W501 Measurement of Hazardous Substances

Overview
This course describes the general approach to health risk assessment, including the role of atmospheric monitoring, selection of the appropriate equipment to measure specific airborne contaminants and devising a suitable sampling strategy.

Objectives
To provide attendees with an understanding of the techniques for assessing exposure to hazardous substances in the workplace and with an understanding of how exposure information can be used to assess risk.
Attendees will also be able to present the results in a form that would be useful for health risk assessment purposes which will enable management to comply with relevant legislations.

Who should attend?
Personnel managing workplace safety and health, workplace safety and health professionals, and consultants and professionals who are involved in the management of hazardous substances

Course Outline

  1. Risk Assessment
  2. Air Sampling Theory and Practice
  3. Air Sampling Equipment
  4. Sample Analysis
  5. Hygiene Standards
  6. Biological Monitoring
  7. Calculation, Interpretation and Presentation of Results

Course Assessment: Attendees are assessed with a 40-question short answer open-book written examination with an allowed time of 120 minutes at the conclusion of the course.

Certification:
BOHS will issue a certificate of successful course completion to candidates who have successfully completed the course.
This course is an accredited course by the British Occupational Hygiene Society (BOHS) as an essential training for the foundation level qualification for the International Occupational Hygiene Certificate.
Language pre-requisite:

Whilst there is no pre-requisite for this course IELTS 4-5 is recommended to ensure quality comprehension of the subject matter.
Duration: 5 days
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Registration: Contact us to book the course at least 3 weeks prior to a course commencement.
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