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OSHA Guide to Industrial Hygiene

Dates: February 25-28, 2020

Meets: First Three Days 8:00-5:00; Last Day 8:00-12:00

Location: ABC Central Texas

Fee: $595.00

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OSHA #521
OSHA Guide to Industrial Hygiene


26 Hours | $595

Contract Price: $8,000


Description:

This course is intended to increase your knowledge of OSHA regulations related to industrial hygiene as well as relevant industrial hygiene practices and procedures. Specific topics such as permissible exposure limits, respiratory protection, engineering controls, hazard communication, sampling instrumentation, hearing conservation, workplace health program and other industrial hygiene issues will be addressed.


Learn to:

  • Define terms relating to OSHA health requirements
  • Recognize potential health hazards in the workplace
  • Perform basic health hazard evaluations using OSHA sampling procedures
  • Recommend suitable strategies for controlling hazardous conditions
  • Describe the elements required for an effective workplace health program


Topics covered:

  • Air contaminant sampling
  • Air sampling workshop
  • Compliance with air contaminant standards
  • Compliance with hazard communication
  • Compliance with hazardous waste standards
  • Compliance with the asbestos standard
  • Compliance with the bloodborne pathogens standard
  • Compliance with the noise standard
  • Compliance with the respirator standard
  • Compliance with ventilation standards and laboratory ventilation
  • Detector tube sampling
  • Hazard violation workshop
  • Health hazard recognition
  • OSHA ergonomic guidelines
  • OSHA recordkeeping


Note:

  • Participants must present a government-issued photo ID in order to attend this training.

Fee: $595.00
Hours:26.00
CEUs:2.60

ABC Central Texas

2600 Longhorn Blvd., Suite 105 (Training Room 1)
Austin, TX 78758

C S Coordinator


John (Rex)David Coffman

Rex is an award-winning trainer/facilitator in the fields of environmental health and safety, and has had the opportunity to work with, educate and coach safety and environmental professionals, students and military personnel both academically and professionally for 15 years. Rex is a seasoned environmental professional with more than 30 years of leadership in the implementation, management and facilitation of complex environmental permitting, compliance and enforcement proceedings at the federal, state and local levels of government. He is also very experienced in the legislative and regulatory processes, and has provided technical comments on several major federal and state environmental rules, and has offered expert testimony before the Texas Senate Natural Resources, and the Texas House of Representatives Environmental Regulation Committees. Rex received his MS in Interdisciplinary Studies (Environmental Engineering, Public Administration and Business) from the University of Texas at Arlington, and his BS in Mechanical Engineering Technology from Texas Tech University. Rex has also been very fortunate to assist in providing educational success and leadership at a number of exceptional educational organizations including the University of Texas at Arlington, and Tarrant County College as well as with a number of private firms. Rex is a Veteran of the United States Navy having served proudly aboard USS Long Beach, CGN-9 where he was the Launcher Captain of the aft Mark 10 "Terrier" Guided Missile Launching System.