The seminar will give occupational hygienists and safety professionals the knowledge to effectively evaluate and control diesel emissions in their workplaces.
This full day seminar will address key concepts for the recognition, evaluation and control of diesel emissions in workplaces. The content focuses on practical and relevant information across the following key areas:
Occurrence of diesel emissions
Health effects of diesel emissions
Exposure Standards for emissions
Sampling & analytical methods
Control of diesel emissions exposure
The future for diesel emissions
The seminar will include a case study exercise and practical information for occupational hygienists and safety professionals to reinforce the major learning outcomes.
Jen Hines | Senior Occupational Hygienist | EHS Solutions
Jen has been working in occupational hygiene since 1998. She has worked for both large business as well as consulting with other companies and through her own Occupational Hygiene company since 2005.
She is a Lecturer at the University of Wollongong for the Work Health & Safety (Occupational Hygiene Specialisation) Program and is a regular facilitator and presenter for the Defence Basic Principles course. She is a Full Member of AIOH and a Certified Occupational Hygienist.
Jen has extensive background and experience in measuring and controlling diesel emissions, with a particular focus on reducing worker exposure via maintenance of diesel engines. She is currently completing her PhD in this area.
Brian Davies | Professor Work Health and Safety | University of Wollongong
Brian has been active in the profession of Occupational Hygiene for 44 years and is currently the Professor of Work Health & Safety at the University of Wollongong where he manages the Occupational Health & Safety research programme.
He has specialised in the measurement & control of diesel emissions and has worked in the steel, mining & aviation sectors. He has played a strong role in the development of several control technologies for diesel particulate in underground coal mines.
06 September | Perth | Crowne Plaza Perth
16 September | Sydney | Stamford Plaza Sydney Airport
17 September | Melbourne | Savoy Hotel, Little Collins
18 September | Brisbane | Novotel Brisbane Airport
19 September | Townsville* | Hotel Grand Chancellor