Carolinas Section Spring Conference 2013
March 6-8, 2013
Wednesday, March 6
Thursday, March 7
Friday, March 8
PDC: Exposure Assessment Professional Judgment
This one day Professional Judgment Course will provide the practicing industrial hygienist with essential background information and hands-on exercises for improving professional judgments for exposure assessment. The presentations and workshops will highlight some of the more common biases encountered in exposure assessment judgments and present effective strategies including mathematical modeling for minimizing these biases. A virtual workplace tour supplemented by exposure assessment data will be provided as part of the interactive workshops, giving participants the opportunity to apply cutting edge modeling free-ware tools and observe first-hand how these tools lead to more accurate professional judgment decisions.
The PDC contains 7.5 hours of technical contact time and is eligible for ABIH CM credit. We estimate 1.25 CM points based on the technical content time and ABIH guidelines. The Spring 2013 Conference contains 6 hours of technical contact time and is eligible for ABIH CM Credit. We estimate 1 CM points based on the technical content time and ABIH guidelines.
Presenter: Susan Arnold, MSOH, CIH
Susan Arnold received a BS in Toxicology from the University of Guelph and an MSOH in Industrial Hygiene from the University of Ohio at Toledo. She is a Doctoral Candidate at the UMN School of Public Health, Division of Environmental Health Sciences. Susan is Principal at EH&S, LLC, with research interests including developing, evaluating and applying exposure models and the role of activity profiles in defining exposure profiles. In addition, she is a former Corporate and Product Safety Industrial Hygienist for Specialty Chemical Manufacturer and the Past Chair of the AIHAŽ Exposure Assessment Strategies Committee and Modeling Subcommittee.
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