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Webinar Series On-Demand - COVID-19 Aerosol Exposures in the Workplace


Electronic (digital download/no shipping)

Member - $599.00
Nonmember - $899.00


Purchase this entire series! In response to the current pandemic, ACGIH launched a new webinar series, COVID-19 Aerosol Exposures in the Workplace. The series consisted of eight separate webinars, organized around the principles of “Recognition, Evaluation and Control” and focused on aerosol transmission (SARS-CoV-2 particle inhalation) in workplaces, with particular attention on non-healthcare settings. The goal was to explain the nature of human-generated infectious aerosols, their distribution throughout a workplace, methods for identifying and predicting workplace exposures and risk levels, and approaches for limiting exposure using source, pathway and receptor controls. The entire series is worth 8 credit hours.

By the end of this webinar series attendees should expect to:

  • Be able to describe how humans generate infectious aerosols following SARS-CoV-2 infection; the nature, properties and transport of such aerosols in a workplace; and the data supporting aerosol transmission of COVID-19.
  • Be able to identify the probability of COVID-19 person-to-person aerosol transmission for jobs and workplaces and select appropriate controls for eliminating or minimizing exposures.
  • Utilize one-box and similar models for predicting workplace infectious aerosol exposures and select appropriate control measures of minimizing the probability of infection.
  • Describe the differences between face coverings, surgical masks and respirators as source control and personal protective equipment.
  • Conduct a workplace hazard assessment that considers on-going hazards in the context of SARS-CoV-2 transmission.
Individual Webinars – The webinar series included eight webinars. Click on each one for more information and to purchase individually.

Product Details:

Product ID: COV2020
Publication Year: 2020