Industrial Hygiene Courses
Industrial Hygiene courses teach students how to deal with hazardous substances in order to avoid the negative effects on health. This includes the use of personal protective equipment, cleaning procedures in the event of exposure to hazardous materials, first aid procedures and recording an incident of exposure in the workplace.
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The NAMP certified mold inspector provides services to identify potential mold infestation in a house or building. This course will provide you with a fundamental knowledge about Fungi and the potential health risks of toxigenic mold. You will learn the different ways to inspect for and control mold infestation, while ensuring your safety during the process. This course will explain the different tools and personal protective equipment (PPE) used during the inspection process. For each area of a house or building, the course will detail what to inspect, how to access it, and the sampling methods to use if mold is indicated. The course will also explain the testing procedures and legal requirements used by an AIHA certified laboratory. Last, you will learn how to interpret the results of laboratory testing.
Credit Hours: 6.0. Price: $495.
This course presents information regarding the 29 CFR 1910 Subpart Z which deals with hazardous and toxic substances. The information presented will focus on aspects of Subpart Z which deal with keeping hazardous chemicals and material from negatively affecting your health. Topics covered will be use of PPE, cleaning procedures, what to do in the event of an exposure, and procedures in place for conducting first aid and reporting incidents of exposure.
Course Hours: 1.0. Price: $20.
When you complete this lesson, you will recognize the health risks associated with both asbestos and silica. You also will be able to identify ways to prevent exposure to these materials in the workplace.
Course Hours: 1.0. Price: $25.
This course discusses the goals and importance of the Clean Air Act through its legislative history. Amendments have been implemented to these Acts, especially the 1990 Amendments which are covered in great detail in this course. This course also covers how the Clean Air Act is designed to protect people and how well that goal has been accomplished
Course Hours: 2.0. Price: $45.