Bring the Noise! Industrial Hygiene Monitoring and Exposure Limits

In this webinar, we will explore the definitions of Industrial Hygiene and the importance of an effective Industrial Hygiene Monitoring Plan and how the plan can be implemented to reduce hazards recognized and evaluated. We will identify various hazard sources and the information needed to identify and engineer out these hazards such as chemical, physical, radiation, noise, and biological hazards. We will review toxicity versus hazards and explain the differences.

Furthermore, we will look at creating an Industrial Hygiene Survey Report and how this can formulate a more robust Industrial Hygiene Monitoring Plan utilizing engineering controls, administrative controls, and personal protective equipment (PPE).

Personal and Area monitoring will be identified and examined, as well as Biological Monitoring and Medical Surveillance. We will discuss how to sample, whom to sample, when to sample, length of sampling, sampling strategy, and methods of sampling.
The regulatory aspects and definitions of sampling parameters will be examined, in addition to regulatory limits [Permissible Exposure Limits (PEL) and Action Level (AL) for various media (hexavalent chromium, lead, respirable crystalline silica, and noise)].

To learn more details on IH Monitoring and Exposure Limits, sign up for our webinar on September 1, 2021, where we will discuss how to develop an effective Industrial Hygiene Monitoring Plan for your facility.

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