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Industrial Hygiene (FIH)
$1195 Member $1550 Non-Member
July 8-11, 2013
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December 9-12, 2013
Protecting workplaces against chemical, physical, ergonomic, and biological hazards
Complete the Fundamentals of Industrial Hygiene (FIH) course to understand the concepts of anticipation, recognition, evaluation, and control of health risks your employees may face including noise, vapors, dusts, and ergonomic challenges.
FIH is a comprehensive overview of 15 industrial hygiene topics. FIH covers the principles, terminology, and practices of industrial hygiene in terms anyone can understand. You’ll be brought up to speed on anatomy and physiology as well as chemical, physical, ergonomic, and biological hazards. You’ll be involved in case studies, interactive discussions, and hands-on equipment demonstrations.
How to distinguish chemical, physical, ergonomic and biological hazards
How to conduct an industrial hygiene needs analysis
When to use a qualified/certified industrial hygienist
Basic anatomy and physiology associated with routes of entry and toxicology
Hazard evaluation techniques
Emerging trends in combustible dust, hexavalent chromium, flavorings-related lung disease, bioterrorism, nanotechnology and pandemic influenza
General engineering and administrative controls
How to use essential monitoring equipment
This 4-day course is for safety, health, or environmental managers with industrial hygiene responsibilities and limited experience or training. Students learn to use tools and techniques to create a healthy, hazard-free workplace, and meet government standards.
Fundamentals of Industrial Hygiene, 5th Edition Hardcover Text
NIOSH Pocket Guide to Chemical Hazards
Tools and Resources CD
Threshold Limit Values for Chemical Substances and Physical Agents & Biological Exposure Indices Guide
Safety and health managers, coordinators, specialists and other full-time safety and health
practitioners; safety committee members; operations managers; loss control managers; human
resources professional, and anyone with safety and health responsibilities
*Continuing Education Unit
A Continuing Education Unit (CEU) is a measure of participation in a recognized continuing education program with qualified instruction and sponsorship. CEU records are widely used to provide evidence of completion of continuing education requirements mandated by certification bodies, professional societies or government licensing boards.
Q: Does OSHA consider computer based training without a hands-on skill component or verification of competent skill performance acceptable for meeting basic first aid and CPR requirements of OSHA First Aid Standards?
A: Online training alone would not meet the requirements of these training standards ...
These standards require training in physical skills, such as bandaging or CPR. The only way these skills can be learned is by physically practicing them. For a full copy of the letter please click here...