Real-time monitoring delivers unparalleled instant data capture of exposure levels that, when combined with a corresponding video log, enables the link between exposure source and geospatial location. This approach promotes a shift in focus from monitoring to controlling.
Real-time monitoring is both practical and versatile. The outputs enable clear and effective communication, training and feedback for stakeholders and inform the development of control solutions to drive better worker health outcomes. Some of the applications include:
Identifying sources and prioritising control measures
Mapping high exposure areas and tasks
Assessing control effectiveness
Investigating sampling exceedances
Developing visual training packages
Combining multiple inputs for holistic exposure assessment
Managing control performance
Candice Dix and Luke Ripper have both worked extensively with this technology across a broad range of occupational hygiene applications and will share their experiences and lessons learnt along the way.
This Masterclass will cover practical considerations including key benefits and limitations, equipment selection, data capture and processing, interpreting the outputs and communicating the outcomes effectively. Attendees will learn about why, when and how to conduct real-time monitoring and incorporate a video log using the freely available EVADE software. Candice and Luke will also showcase a variety of real-life examples and diverse applications and discuss the future potential of this technology.
Real-time and video exposure assessment is a valuable, accessible tool that enables occupational hygienists to become more effective and responsive in today’s rapidly evolving workplaces.
Register today and you will walk away from this exciting and practical session with a clear view of how to kick start your real-time monitoring journey and future-proof your impact.
Candice is an experienced Occupational Health and Hygiene professional and Certified Occupational Hygienist. Her work in the mining industry over the past 12 years spans across projects, construction, operations, underground, ports and rail networks. Adopting a holistic approach to her work, she has honed her skills in project management and partnering with multidisciplinary teams.
Candice is passionate about driving better worker health outcomes through continuous improvement, harnessing technology and a strong focus on stakeholder engagement. Recently, her work has centered on the effective application of real-time and video technologies to ensure critical controls are in place to protect worker health.
Luke holds a degree in Exercise Science, Graduate Diploma in Occupational Health and Safety and a Masters in Occupational Hygiene and Toxicology. Luke is a certified occupational hygienist with GCG, and is currently the Occupational Hygiene Team Leader for the SEQ Operations. He has been working in occupational hygiene since 2009 following a career in Exercise Science. Over his career Luke has worked in mining, manufacturing, aerospace, defence and construction. Luke currently provides corporate occupational hygiene oversight to multiple top 100 ASX listed companies. More recently Luke has taken on the role of managing the occupational hygiene program on the $5.4 billion Cross River Rail project in Brisbane.
Wednesday 22 September 2021
12:00pm to 13:30pm AEST
AIOH Members : $20 + GST | Non-Members: $45 + GST
This is an online session with a link being provided 48 hours before the event date.
0.1 CM point awarded for attendance
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