The AIOH has provided a comprehensive response to the SWA CRIS.
Paul Foley’s presentation during his June webinar detailing requirements for Health Management Plans (HMP) and historic Respirable Crystalline Silica exposures.
Survey of occupational hygienists to support the Regulatory Impact Analysis for respirable crystalline silica. We encourage all members who have experience in managing RCS exposure to participate in this survey.
New Position Paper providing guidance on the assessment, evaluation, and control of occupational exposure to welding and thermal cutting fume.
This AIOH submission was made to the NSW Government and makes a number of recommendation for improving the demolition licensing in NSW.
Our submission provides comments on the guidelines identify the key challenges involved in communicating the risks around asbestos and how to adequately address those challenges.
The AIOH Submission to the 2021 NSW Dust Diseases Scheme commenting on the recommendations to improve worker health protection from RCS.
The AIOH Submission to Safe Work Australia on the measurability of these four chemicals prepared by the Workplace Exposure Assessment Committee.
Australia is grappling with the health implications of lung diseases associated with exposure to respirable crystalline silica and the need for action, including effective workplace monitoring, for the protection of workers.
The AIOH has contributed to the review that will help develop a list of health-based recommendations for WES in Australia. This includes recommendation on the WES values, notations and the list of chemicals.
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