Event Date/Time: Aug 18, 2008 End Date/Time: Aug 22, 2008
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In-Place Filter Testing Workshop
August 18-22, 2008
Boston, Massachusetts
Harvard School of Public Health
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Learn the latest air-cleaning techniques and regulatory requirements for in-place filter testers. This practical program is an essential component of preparing individuals to test and certify systems containing HEPA filtration and gas adsorption systems. The program takes an interactive approach to teaching, allowing participants to operate a variety of testing equipment and apply theory during lab tours, interactive exercises, and breakout group sessions.

To register or for more information:
Visit: www.hsph.harvard.edu/ccpe
Call: 617-384-8692
Email: contedu@hsph.harvard.edu

Please mention your Reference Code in all correspondence: IPFT08-CAL05

Please Note: This is a limited capacity program. Please be sure to register early to ensure your place at this program.

If contact information is requested, please use:
Shelley Akers


677 Huntington Avenue
United States

Additional Information

Who Should Attend * Nuclear facility engineers * Industrial hygienists * Research & development personnel * Safety officers * Nuclear facility managers * Health physicists * Biosafety officers * Terrorism protection engineers * Pharma safety professionals * Clean room designers and operators * Hospital physical plant managers * Hospital facilities managers What You Will Learn * Air-filtration and adsorption theory * Certification of nuclear and non-nuclear air-cleaning systems * Instrument calibration and operations necessary for accurate in-place testing of filters and adsorbers * NRC regulations as they pertain to nuclear air- and gas-cleaning systems * NRC regulatory impact on PWR and BWR power plants * Nuclear field testing in relation to ASME nuclear standards N-509 and N-510, Regulatory Guide 1.52, and nuclear code AG-1 * Airflow measurements * In-place testing of HEPA filters and gas adsorption units * Aerosol technology * Various facets of ventilation systems Continuing Education Credit * 16 credits, American Academy of Health Physics (AAHP) * 4.5 Industrial Hygiene CM Points, American Board of Industrial Hygiene * 3.2 CEUs, Harvard School of Public Health The CEUs earned in this program may be applied towards the following credits: * Board Certified Safety Professional (CSP) Continuance of Certification (COC) Points * Certified Hazardous Materials Manager (CHMM) Maintenance Points * Construction Health and Safety Technician (CHST) Certification Maintenance Points * National Registry of Radiation Protection Technologists (NRRPT) Maintenance Points * Occupational Health and Safety Technologist (OHST) Certification Maintenance Points * Other specialty CEUs may be available The Harvard School of Public Health has an Education and Research Center (ERC) that is funded by the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH).