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Mr. Schmoldt CIH, PE, CHMM is an elected member of the ACGIH Physical Hazards -Heat Stress committee and has developed heat stress programs for industrial and governmental agencies. He co-authored articles on practical methods of calculating and performing physiological monitoring for thermal stress.
NIOSH, ACGIH and the OSHA technical manual provide recommendations for managing worker exposure to heat stress. Managing heat stress requires detailed analysis of expected conditions, accurate monitoring and sometimes verification through physiological monitoring of workers. An excel spreadsheet will be presented that organizes and simplifies data collection and analysis.
Dr. Terpin Retired Senior Industrial Hygienist and Emergency Manager at The University of Illinois Chicago (UIC). Dr. Terpin serves on the ASTM F23.65 International Respiratory Protection Committee on Protective Clothing and Respiratory Protection and is a Master level Instructor for FEMA/DHS at the Center for Domestic Preparedness.
OSHA 29 CFR 1910.134 and 1910.134(c)(3) – “The employer shall designate a program administrator who is qualified by appropriate training or experience that is commensurate with the complexity of the program”. This session is designed for individuals who may design, develop, implement, administer a respirator protection program. This course will help participants develop and maintain a respiratory protection program that meets the challenges related to COVID-19 and complies with all state, and federal regulations.
The world of PFAS is moving at an exponential speed and it’s difficult to keep up with this ever changing world. This presentation will include a panel discussion on the dynamic nature of PFAS knowledge and regulation, from a legal, technical, and investor perspective. We will be hosting a panel of speakers that will have an interactive conversation about how these emerging contaminants are affecting landowners, manufacturers, and investors. The current regulatory status of PFAS across federal and state regulations and across various environmental media, will be discussed.
Jack’s varied background provides him with the ability to relate to any audience and his experience—including sport, production, operations and safety—informs his passionate approach and engaging speaking style. Thanks to his dedication and innovation, one of his facilities attained a record of 10 years without a lost-time incident.
Safety leaders and trainers are always looking for ways to engage employees. Since people think in narrative terms, storytelling is a useful teaching tool—it not only engages listeners but helps them retain information. Participants will discover the three basic types of stories and establish credibility as a storyteller by learning how to apply personal experiences to the learning outcomes. All aspects of a business can benefit by learning the construct of effective storytelling. It encourages others to open up and share their own stories, creating two-way learning while increasing their library of stories.
Bio for Andrew Zelby, M.D., F.A.A.N.S.: Dr. Zelby is the Director of Ovation Hand Institute in Chicago. He is a board-certified neurosurgeon who has been performing neurosurgery for the past 26 years. He practices in the western suburbs of Chicago.
This presentation covers: • What is carpal tunnel syndrome? • Who does it effect, what industries and job duties are most susceptible to CTS. • What is the economic burden of CTS on U.S. businesses. • What are the traditional treatment care pathways for someone with CTS • The history of Ovation Hand Institute and the threaded carpal tunnel release procedure (TCTR). • How the TCTR impacts employers – financially and productivity. • Guidance for employers that may want to direct employees with CTS to Ovation Hand Institute for diagnosis and treatment
Understand the economic burden of CTS
Understand the condition and what can be done
How the Ovation Technique is a superior approach
|Details||Day||Time||Session||Session Title||Name||Employer||Length||Skill Level||Track|
|Tuesday 9/21||2:25||T20||Advances in the Diagnosis and Treatment of Carpal Tunnel Syndrome||Dave Rusch||Ovation Hand Institute||1.5 hour||Intermediate||General Safety|
|Tuesday 9/21||8:30||T2||Managing a Respiratory Protection Program in a COVID Environment.||Dennis Terpin||Retured, University of Illinois Chicago||3 hours (Half Day)||Intermediate||Industrial Hygiene|
|Wednesday 9/22||10:15||W11||Source Control vs Respiratory Protection – Masks, Certified Barrier Covers, Surgical Masks, Respirators||Dennis Terpin||Retured, University of Illinois Chicago||75 minutes||Intermediate||Industrial Hygiene|