Fundamentals of Industrial Hygiene
Understand the concepts of anticipating, recognizing, evaluating and controlling industrial hygiene hazards your employees may face.
Worksites can harbor chemical, physical, ergonomic and biological hazards. In this four-day course, you’ll gain a practical understanding of industrial hygiene issues and how to address them. Taught in an interactive classroom format supported by testing and a case study project, you’ll build the confidence and skills needed to anticipate, recognize, evaluate and control industrial hygiene hazards. This is an essential course, especially for those with limited industrial hygiene training or experience.
What You Will Learn
- 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
- Fundamentals of Industrial Hygiene Participant Guide
- Fundamentals of Industrial Hygiene, 6th Edition
- NIOSH Pocket Guide to Chemical Hazards
- Threshold Limits Values® and Biological Exposure Indices(R) books
- Tools and Resources CD
- Introduction to Industrial Hygiene
- Anatomy and Physiology
- Recognition of Chemical Hazards
- Recognition of Physical Hazards
- Recognition of Ergonomic Hazards
- Overview of Hazard Evaluation
- Evaluation of Chemical and Biological Hazards
- Evaluation of Physical Hazards
- Evaluation of Ergonomic Hazards
- Control of Hazards
- Industrial Hygiene Case Study
- Emerging Trends in Industrial Hygiene
- Industrial Hygiene Program Planning
Advanced Safety Certificate
The Advanced Safety Certificate program is designed to maximize your effectiveness as a safety leader and help you establish best safety practices for your organization. Advanced courses focus on the technical and management safety skills and best practices needed to take your safety program to a new level. And with each course, you’ll be stepping out on a path toward greater accomplishment and professional recognition.
To attain the Advanced Safety Certificate, you must complete the
Principles of Occupational Safety and Health course and a minimum of 5.2 CEU’s among the approved classes.
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The Iowa-Illinois Safety Council programs strive to accurately meet every applicable Federal, State and Local requirements as well as established best practices. By engaging us you agree that, to the fullest extent permitted by law, Iowa-Illinois Safety Council shall not be liable in contract or tort or otherwise to you or to your company for any of your losses, fines, liabilities, exposures, or any of your incidental, special, indirect or consequential damages of any kind.
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