Event Date/Time: Jun 23, 2014 / 8:00 am - (EST) End Date/Time: Jun 27, 2014 / 5:00 pm - (EST)
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 This intensive one-week program presents the principles and practice of industrial hygiene and its basis in science, engineering, and medicine. Participants learn the skills and concepts needed to protect the health and safety of workers through the control of workplace environmental factors which can cause occupational disease. The program is designed to ensure that participants leave with the knowledge and skills needed to succeed in safety, health, and environmental practice.

Who Should Participate

Anyone in the field of occupational health and safety, or professionals with responsibilities for the health and well-being of workers, will benefit from this program.

  • Chemists
  • Environmental health and safety (EH&S) personnel
  • Industrial hygienists and technicians
  • Line and plant managers
  • Loss control managers and risk managers
  • Manufacturing and facility engineers
  • Occupational physicians and nurses
  • Professionals who need to broaden their scope of responsibilities in EH&S
  • Safety managers and technicians

Learning Objectives:

  • Evaluate work practices and engineering control techniques for the prevention of occupational disease
  • Recognize health hazards in occupational settings
  • Select control measures specific to exposures
  • Determine the physiological and toxicological effects of exposures to industrial hazards
  • Understand the physical and chemical behavior of aerosols and gas mixtures
  • Analyze industrial exhaust ventilation systems
  • Identify methods to measure and control noise stress in the workplace
  • Learn about the effects of ionizing and non-ionizing radiation
  • Detect the sources of ergonomic stress in the factory and office



651 Huntington Avenue
United States

Additional Information

 Course fee: $1695