Stone Benchtops, Bushfire emergencies and Coronavirus
An Occupational Hygiene Perspective
This webinar will unpack the following:
What is the current position with the three issues of our time:
Engineered stone benchtops (silicosis)?
Aftermath of the Australian bushfire catastrophe?
What parallels can be drawn between them?
What role can Occupational Hygienists play going forward?
What role is currently being played by the AIOH and what are some recent initiatives?
Where are the opportunities for improvement?
Dr Barry Chesson AM
Dr Barry Chesson AM is now a mostly retired Managing Director and Principal Consultant of Occupational Hygiene Solutions Pty Ltd. Career highlights have included a long period as Manager - Occupational Hygiene for Alcoa’s WA Operations, a term as Senior Occupational Hygienist with Chevron’s Australian Operations, an Adjunct Associate Professor role at Edith Cowan University, a stint as a UN (ILO) Expert in Environmental Toxicology and a long-term role as an Expert Member of the WA Commission for Occupational Safety and Health.
Friday 12 June 2020
12:00pm to 13:00pm AEST
AIOH/RACI Members : Free
Non-Members: $20 Non-Members
Virtual session. Login link to be provided to all registered attendees before the event.
0.1 CM point awarded for attendance
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