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Dust Monitoring training for Air and Climate

  • Continuous Personal Dust Monitor (CPDM) Training

    As of February 1, 2016, mine operators will be required to use the Continuous Personal Dust Monitor (CPDM) to sample for respirable coal mine dust on working sections of underground coal mines and other areas approved by the District Manager. In addition, the CPDM must be used to sample air for all Part 90 miners, and may be used for sampling at ...

    By Mine Safety and Health Administration (MSHA) based in Arlington, VIRGINIA (USA).

  • Training

    Once your dust extraction system is installed and ready to use, your operators will need to be trained on every aspect of the system. The Minden team can provide on-site training to each operator to help them understand the system and maximise efficiency. This training will cover each component workstation and the running of the system. It will ...

    By Minden Systems Ltd based in Braunston, UNITED KINGDOM.

  • Dust Monitoring Training

    Training Course for Dust Monitoring – Theory and Practical Dust Monitoring. The fallout dust monitoring section of the course aims to train the trainees so that they are able to do the following: Understand what fall-out dust monitoring achieves and what is collected. This will include discussion around the legislative requirements and will ...

    By DustWatch cc based in Sun Valley, SOUTH AFRICA.

  • Sampling Respirable Aerosols

    Respirable aerosol sampling is performed using a cyclone and filter sampler. Sampling for respirable aerosols should be performed in the same manner as sampling a filter except:1. Calibrate each pump at the flow designated by the type of cyclone being used with a representative cyclone and filter in line. Note that the filter is mounted upside ...

    By Analytics Corporation based in Ashland, VIRGINIA (USA).

  • Exposure Assessment Strategies and Statistics Course

    This intermediate self-study course introduces key concepts including: exposure groups, sampling designs, interpreting exposure monitoring data, Bayesian statistics and dermal exposure assessment. One of our most popular and highly rated courses, the workshop also gives participants the opportunity to apply concepts to real-world scenarios ...

    By The American Industrial Hygiene Association (AIHA) based in Falls Church, VIRGINIA (USA).

  • ProNuSs - Program

    To make use of the program as simple and straightforward as possible, the analysis of accident impacts has been divided into individual modules for the determination of physical properties, calculation of mass flow rates, gas dispersion etc. The results of the individual calculations are then transferred to the subsequent modules. However, care ...

  • Sampling & Evaluating Airborne Asbestos Dust

    Attendees will learn methods for the collection and quantitation of ambient air samples and personnel exposure. Attendees must pass the written final exam, complete in-class practical projects and quizzes, evaluate the required number of samples; and demonstrate proficiency in microscope alignment, calibration, and use. Class meets from 8:00 a.m. ...

    By Health Science Associates (HSA) based in Los Alamitos, CALIFORNIA (USA).

  • OH Training Course

    The course has three main sections. Fallout dust monitoring theory. Fallout dust monitoring practical. Miscellaneous occupational hygiene topics. Gravimetric sampling, isokinetic sampling, ventilation, noise, illumination, ergonomics, fire and safety, and others.

    By DustWatch cc based in Sun Valley, SOUTH AFRICA.

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