ON-DEMAND WEBINAR
Simplifying Industrial Hygiene: Breaking Down the Silos


One of the key issues facing OHS professionals is the need to do more with less. This trend is not going away anytime soon. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, many companies have been forced to lay off or furlough workers and share job responsibilities across disciplines in order to survive. Now more than ever, OHS professionals are required to expand their knowledge and skills to be able to manage programs outside of their normal silos, including Industrial Hygiene. While some view this discipline as a “black box” that requires a degree in IH or chemistry, managing it is actually very similar to overseeing safety. By breaking down the steps and relating the metrics to other risk management processes, OHS professionals can run an effective and efficient program. Additionally, by relating the matrices to safety, management will better understand the risk and benefits of an IH program.

During this presentation, participants will learn:

  • Ways to break down the Industrial Hygiene for non-IH professionals
  • How IH fits in with other risk management programs
  • Tips for managing exposure risks & monitoring health effects

If you're interested in other webinars, check out our Webinars page.

Industrial Hygiene 101 for non-IH professionals!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

ON-DEMAND WEBINAR
Simplifying Industrial Hygiene: Breaking Down the Silos


One of the key issues facing OHS professionals is the need to do more with less. This trend is not going away anytime soon. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, many companies have been forced to lay off or furlough workers and share job responsibilities across disciplines in order to survive. Now more than ever, OHS professionals are required to expand their knowledge and skills to be able to manage programs outside of their normal silos, including Industrial Hygiene. While some view this discipline as a “black box” that requires a degree in IH or chemistry, managing it is actually very similar to overseeing safety. By breaking down the steps and relating the metrics to other risk management processes, OHS professionals can run an effective and efficient program. Additionally, by relating the matrices to safety, management will better understand the risk and benefits of an IH program.

During this presentation, participants will learn:

  • Ways to break down the Industrial Hygiene for non-IH professionals
  • How IH fits in with other risk management programs
  • Tips for managing exposure risks & monitoring health effects

If you're interested in other webinars, check out our Webinars page.


Industrial Hygiene 101 for non-IH professionals!