Comprehensive Industrial Hygiene: The Application of Basic Principles (description)

"Comprehensive Industrial Hygiene"

Category:Musculoskeletal Medicine, Occupational Health, On-Site Care/Wellness Programs, Public Health, Radiology, Risk Management, Toxicology
Address:677 Huntington Ave Boston, Massachusetts, United States of America 02115
Event dates:6/13/2011 - 6/17/2011 (This event has already taken place)
Event web site:http://
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"The quality of this program lies in the caliber of the faculty. Who better to learn from than the professionals who literally ‘wrote the book’ on Industrial Hygiene?" — Michelle G. Astuccio Industrial Hygienist OccuHealth, Inc. Mansfield, MA
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Where Theory Informs Practice and Practice Informs Theory


Topics to be Covered:

  • Robert F. Herrick, MS, ScD, CIH
  • Stephen N. Rudnick, MS, ScD, CIH
  • Mark A. Bennett
  • Jack T. Dennerlein, PhD
  • Louis J. DiBerardinis, MS, CIH, CSP
  • Michael J. Ellenbecker, ScD, CIH
  • Thomas H. Gassert, MD, MSc
  • Rose H. Goldman, MD, MPH, SM
  • Elizabeth R. Gross, MS, MA, CIH
  • William J. Hanson, MS
  • John L. Henshaw, MPH, CIH
  • Victor Hillman, CIH, CSP, MS
  • Martin R. Horowitz, MS, CIH, CSP
  • Frederick W. Malaby, CIH, CSP
  • James J. McDevitt, PhD, CIH
  • Donald K. Milton, MD, DrPH
  • Arthur D. Schwope, MS, Chem Engr.
  • Jacob Shapiro, PhD, CHP
  • James H. Stewart, PhD, CIH, CSP
  • Peter A. Valberg, PhD
  • Properties of Aerosols Important for Industrial Hygiene Practice
  • Portals of Entry: Pulmonary Deposition and Clearance of Particles
  • Occupational Asthma
  • Respirators
  • Toxicity and Occurrence of Metal Fumes and Dusts
  • Occupational Exposure to Solvents
  • Exposure Modeling
  • Measurement of Airborne Contaminants — Part I: Air Sampling Strategies
  • Measurement of Airborne Contaminants — Part II: Gas / Vapor Sampling
  • Measurement of Airborne Contaminants — Part III: Particle Sampling
  • Lung Disease from Mineral and Organic Dusts and Fibers
  • Chemical Protective Clothing
  • Principles of General and Local Ventilation
  • Ergonomics and Musculoskeletal Disorders in the Workplace
  • Recognition of Occupational Hazards
  • Industrial Health Management with Case Study
  • Hazards in the Health Care Industry and the Workplace
  • New Developments: Nanotechnology
  • Future of Industrial Hygiene and Occupational Health
  • Indoor Environmental Quality with Case Study
  • Ionizing and Non-Ionizing Radiation
  • Update on OSHA Regulations Pertaining to Industrial Hygiene Practice
  • Noise
Organizer phone:617.384.8692
Offering type:Interactive Seminar
Specialty:Public Health
Event frequency:Every Year
First Meeting:1997
Total events:13+
Est. attendance: 60
Target audience:Educators
Other target audiences:Industrial Hygienists, EHS professionals,
Host Sponsor:Harvard School of Public Health Center for Continuing Professional Education
Est. # of exhibitors:
Currency:US Dollars
CE Credits: 3.4 CEUs, Harvard School of Public Health 5.51 Industrial Hygiene CM points, American Board of Industrial Hygiene 32 CECs, American Academy of Health Physics Credit amounts are subject to the final agenda. The CEUs earned in this program may also be applied towards the following credits: Occupational Health and Safety Technologist (OHST) Certification Maintenance Points Construction Health and Safety Technician (CHST) Certification Maintenance Points Certified Hazardous Materials Manager (CHMM) Maintenance Points Board Certified Safety Professional (CSP) Continuance of Certification (COC) Points National Registry of Radiation Protection Technologists (NRRPT) Maintenance Points Other appropriate credits
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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 explore how to use key concepts and principles to identify potential workplace health hazards, select methods for the assessment of exposures to hazards, evaluate the consequences of excessive exposure, and institute techniques for prevention and control of occupational disease.


Registration Fee Details:

$1,595.00: if payment received by June 6, 2011
$1,695.00: if payment received after June 6, 2011

Other items that tuition includes:

Travel and hotel arrangements:

The Courtyard Marriott, Brookline 40 Webster Street Brookline, MA 02446 617.734.1393 $179/single/double occupancy + 11.7% tax 
Contact Person:Enrollment
TitleEnrollment Coordinator
Organizer Address 1677 Huntington Ave
Organizer Address 2CCPE Dept. A
Organizer CityBoston
Organizer State: (US)Massachusetts
Organizer State/Province: (Outside US)
Organizer Zip or Postal Code02115
Organizer CountryUnited States of America
Organizer Phone617.384.8692
Organizer Fax617.384.8690
Structural makeupEducational
Host Sponsor; Other SponsorsHarvard School of Public Health Center for Continuing Professional Education
Event Site/VenueHarvard School of Public Health
Event sold out?No
Multiple locations or dates?No
Statistics available for most recent event held in:NA
Average number in event attendance of:Immunologists
Number in attendance of:
total attendance #: 60
Any other event statistics?Boston
Target BoundariesInternational
Is Registration contact information the same as Organizer Contact above?No
Registration Contact: Enrollment
Registration E-Mail:
Registration Phone: 617.384.8692
Registration Fax: 617.384.8690
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Can one register for your CE on your web site?Yes
Can registration be made by snail (regular) mail?Yes
Online housing reservations: 
Do you have additional written or AV materials for sale?No
If so, are they available for non-attendees as well as those attending?NA
Is full tuition necessary to ensure registration?Yes
Will there be shuttle service available?Yes

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