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Oklahoma State University

EMC- Industrial Hygiene, Safety, and OSHA Regulations and Employee Right to Know

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2017 Nov 07 Tulsa, OK $299 Pay By Credit Card Bill Me

The Science and art devoted to the recognition, evaluation, control and anticipation of those environmental factors or stresses, arising in and from the workplace, which may cause sickness, impaired health and well being, or significant discomfort and inefficiency among workers or among citizens of the community.”

-The American Industrial Hygiene Association

Topics Covered:

  • Chemical Hazards
  • Toxin Classification (Asphyxiates, Anesthetic, Irritants, Sensitizer, Systemic Poisons and Halogenated Hydrocarbons)
  • Basics of an Industrial Hygiene Program
  • Routes of Exposure
  • Chemical Exposure to the Human Body
  • Human Respiratory System
  • Types of Exposures
  • Common Engineering Controls
  • Best Practices Control Measures
  • Chemical Evaluation/Sampling Equipment
  • Aspects of Common Safety Programs
  • Elements of Adequate Respiratory Protection Programs
  • Noise Hazards
  • Best Practices for Thermal Hazard Protection
  • Basic Chemical Properties
  • Best Practices for Bio-Hazard Protection
  • Toxicological Terminology

Who needs this seminar ?

Any person(s) who:

  • Is responsible for Industrial Hygiene and/or Environmental Health & Safety issues
  • Is responsible for implementing a Respiratory Protection Program
  • Is preparing to take a professional certification exam (CHMM, CHMP, REM, AEP, RHCMM or CEA)