CR 318 Utilizing ANSI B11 for Machine Guarding Risk Assessment:
Achieving Acceptable Risk
1:00–3: 20 p.m.
PO 125 Health Care Industries II: Construction, PPE and Other Topics
1:00–3: 30 p.m.
RT 235 Effective Competent Persons for Illness and Injury Prevention
Programs and OSHA Compliance
RT 236 Emerging Technologies and Industries: OSHA's Approach, Activities,
and Audience Exchange
RT 237 Making Changes: Embracing an Uncertain Future and Thriving
RT 238 Using Computer Applications to Demonstrate the IH Business
Case as Part of the Value Strategy
SS 003 Science Symposium: New Paradigms for Exposure and Risk
Assessment —Taking Alternative Temporal Exposure Patterns to Task
PO 126 Reconstruction of Exposures: Methods and Application
PO 127 New Issues in Biological and Chemical Sampling and Analysis
RT 239 Ten Years Later: What Have We Learned from the WTC Attacks?
RT 240 The NIOSH Personal Protective Technologies Program
RT 241 OSHA's I2P2: Should I Be Worried?
RT 242 REACH Is Here: How and Where Its Impact Will be Felt
by IH Professionals
2:30–3: 30 p.m.
CR 319 Slip Simulator Training: Slip-Trip-Fall Prevention
CR 320 EHS, Lean and Six Sigma
CR 321 The Aging Work Force: Occupational Safety, Health, Hygiene
and Wellness Considerations
PO 128 Risk Assessment Methods and Applications
PO 129 Nanotechnology: Assessment and Control
5:00–7: 30 p.m.
Thursday, May 19
RT 243 Effective Adult SH&E Training Techniques: Some Tips
and Lessons Learned
RT 244 Hazardous Drugs in Health Care—State of the Science and
CR 322 Effective Operational EHS Metrics Reviews: Rhythms, Processes
and Driving Results
8:00–10: 20 a.m.
PO 130 Indoor Environmental Quality II
8:00–10: 30 a.m.
RT 245 Health Hazard and Control Banding in the U.S. at a Crossroads:
A Panel Discussion
RT 246 Sampling Strategies in Unusual IH Exposures
RT 247 Emerging Issues with Bioaerosols in the Pacific Northwest
8:00–11: 20 a.m.
PO 133 Biosafety and Environmental Microbiology II: Current Topics in
Bioaersols and Agricultural Health and Safety
PO 134 Ergonomics: Upper Extremity Considerations and Methodological
1:00–3: 30 p.m.
RT 252 Field-Portable and Mobile Analysis and Testing: Developing
and Documenting Competencies
RT 253 Leveraging ES&H Practice with the Latest Technology
RT 254 The GHS Is Coming—Will You Be Ready?
RT 255 Notable Confined Spaces
1:00–4: 30 p.m.
RT 256 Respiratory Protection in Health Care: Changing Standards
and Best Practices
RT 257 Diacetyl and Diacetyl Substitutes—Where Are We Now?
2:30–3: 30 p.m.
CR 325 How to Develop and Sustain an Effective Accident Investigation Program
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