Health Science Associates (HSA) will be hosting the AIHA Teleweb: “The Fundamentals of Chemical Protective Clothing” on February 16, 2011.
They invite you to share in the next AIHA Teleweb at their location in Los Alamitos. HSA is registered for this webinar. The AIHA Teleweb is on February 16, @ 11:00 am, please arrive by 10:45.
If you’d like to join the webinar, contact HSA soon to secure your place, seating is limited.
This TeleWeb will be ABIH approved for 0.42 IH certification maintenance (CM) points, has been awarded 0.25 continuance of certification (COCs) points and provides 0.25 continuing education units (CEUs).
Registration is only $65.00. We will provide the viewing space, all the printed materials, and lunch. Peer discussion and networking time has also been set aside after the webinar.
Please call HSA at (714) 220-3922 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information and to reserve your seat.
Donald F. Groce, Best Glove
Don is a technical product specialist and a research chemist. Before joining Best, he worked for the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention on chemical toxicology studies that included Agent Orange Study, PCBs and PBBs. He is a noted speaker and expert on a variety of occupational and workplace hazards, including latex allergies and chemical exposure-related illnesses. He is a part of the local Citizen’s Meth Task Force and serves on the NFPA 1999 Technical Committee for Emergency Medical Services and the American Industrial Hygiene Association’s Protective Clothing and Equipment Committee.
Don Linville, Hepaco
Don is an Industrial Hygienist who is also a recognized AIHA Fellow. He has had many dangerous positions with Hepaco, an environmental hazmat company. Don worked extensively on the Gulf Oil Spill Crisis this past year. Don Linville has over 30 years experience providing technical direction to both private sector and government agencies regarding all aspects of health and hygiene with emphases on industrial hygiene, health and safety. Specific program establishment and maintenance, as well as required training, including Incident Command, HAZWOPER, Blood-Borne Pathogens, Air Monitoring, Personal Protective Equipment Selection and Care, and Haz Mat site control are included in areas of expertise.
Who Will Benefit: Industrial Hygienists and Safety Officers
- Understand the hierarchy of control in the Industrial Hygiene process
- Recognize categories of hazards
- Identify exposure routes
- List regulations and standards affecting PPE selection
- Read and interpret permeation and degradation charts
- Describe the capabilities and limitations of CPC
- Select the appropriate PPE for a specific situation