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2022 ACGIH Learning Pass

Earn all your education contact hours in one convenient and affordable way – ACGIH’s 2022 ACGIH Learning Pass. With 24 webinars presented both live and on-demand, providing over 30 education contact hours, the Learning Pass offers you the flexibility to participate for under $17 per education contact hour! Members save even more, with credit hours averaging less than $10.

ACGIH webinars are taught by OEHS experts and provide you with opportunities to expand your career depth. Confirmed webinars for 2022 include a wide variety of topics such as wearable devices, respirator fit testing, and pandemic facility risk assessment.

*Does not include any special webinar series or courses offered for that year.

Members: $275 (under $10 per education contact hour)
Nonmembers: $495 (under $17 per education contact hour)

Click here to purchase 2022 Learning Pass.

Currently 2022 scheduled webinars included are:

June 1Combustible Dust: An Industrial Hazard

July 13 – ACGIH Velocity Pressure Calculation Method – Making It Easy!

July 27The Industrial Hygiene of Chemical Weapons

August 10
The New Forms of Governance Offer Opportunities to Reduce Occupational Risks and Increase Workers’ Well Being

August 24
Webinar – Industrial Hygiene Programs in the Absence of Industrial Hygienists in EHS Organizations

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September 21 – Lab Cleanouts – A Structured Approach

October 5
Hazardous Materials & Unknown Chemical Field Testing & Classification

October 19 – Considering Flow Paths in Whole Space Ventilation

November 2 – Reviewing the Australian Workplace Exposure Standards

November 16
– Sampling for Respirable Crystalline Silica to meet the new limit values

December 7
How to Effectively Choose and Deploy Technology to Reduce Workplace Injuries: Avoiding the Pitfalls

2021 ACGIH Learning Pass

Earn all your education contact hours in one convenient and affordable way – the ACGIH Learning Pass. Includes 24 Live and On-Demand Webinars presented throughout 2021. If you purchase a Learning Pass today you have immediate on-demand access to all related 2021 webinars, and you’ll be automatically registered for the live webinars scheduled for the remainder of this year. We know that finding time for professional development isn’t easy, so the on-demand education you get with the Learning Pass has no expiration date, allowing you to truly complete them at your convenience.

For one low rate, you can maximize your professional development budget with ACGIH’s Learning Pass.

Price Reduced!

Members: $499 $449 ($14/education contact hour)
Nonmembers: $799 $699 (less than $22/education contact hour)

*Does not include any special webinar series offered for that year.

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Webinars included with The 2021 Learning Pass:

To access previously purchased on-demand webinars, visit learning.acgih.org and login with your ACGIH portal user login information.

The ABCs of EME (Electromagnetic Energy)
The Assessment of Occupational Exposure to Whole-Body Vibration
Beryllium Exposure Risks and Lessons Learned in the US
Engineering Controls to Meet Microgram per Cubic Meter Standards
Ethics and Professional Practice in 2021
The Genesis of VS Plates – How They Start, Change, and Retire
Health and Safety Issues in Natural Disasters
Healthcare Workers’ Exposure to Hazardous Drugs
How to Use Haz-Map: A Relational Database of Hazardous Chemicals and Occupational Diseases
Hydrofluoric Acid & Its Toxic Effects on Industrial Workers
IH During 9/11: A 20-Year Retrospective and Lessons Learned
Introduction of Computational Fluid Dynamics Applied in Industrial Ventilation
Microbial Air and Source Sampling Methods
Natural Occurrences of Asbestos
Novel Method for Pre-Ventilation of Shipping Containers
Occupational Health and Safety Interventions and Research Tailored to Vulnerable Agriculture, Forestry, and Fishing Workers*
OEL Determination APIs (Active Pharma Ingredients) and Intermediates in the Pharmaceutical Industry
A Process Management Approach to Control of Health Hazards from Handheld Power Tools
A Risked-Based Approach to Respiratory Protection Programs During Pandemic Events
Sampling and Analytical Challenges in Meeting Ever-Lower OELs for Metals and Metalloids
A Study of an OSHA Beryllium PEL Exceedance at One Coal Fired Power Plant
Total Worker Health
Understanding and Utilizing Audiometric Data
Updates to the 2021 TLVs®
Worldwide Noise Control Options Database Access – Simplifying Risk Reduction

2021 Individual Webinars

To access previously purchased on-demand webinars, visit learning.acgih.org and login with your ACGIH portal user login information.

The ABCs of EME (Electromagnetic Energy)
The Assessment of Occupational Exposure to Whole-Body Vibration
Beryllium Exposure Risks and Lessons Learned in the US
Engineering Controls to Meet Microgram per Cubic Meter Standards
Ethics and Professional Practice in 2021
The Genesis of VS Plates – How They Start, Change, and Retire
Health and Safety Issues in Natural Disasters
Healthcare Workers’ Exposure to Hazardous Drugs
How to Use Haz-Map: A Relational Database of Hazardous Chemicals and Occupational Diseases
Hydrofluoric Acid & Its Toxic Effects on Industrial Workers
IH During 9/11: A 20-Year Retrospective and Lessons Learned
Introduction of Computational Fluid Dynamics Applied in Industrial Ventilation
Microbial Air and Source Sampling Methods
Natural Occurrences of Asbestos
Novel Method for Pre-Ventilation of Shipping Containers
Occupational Health and Safety Interventions and Research Tailored to Vulnerable Agriculture, Forestry, and Fishing Workers*
OEL Determination APIs (Active Pharma Ingredients) and Intermediates in the Pharmaceutical Industry
A Process Management Approach to Control of Health Hazards from Handheld Power Tools
A Risked-Based Approach to Respiratory Protection Programs During Pandemic Events
Sampling and Analytical Challenges in Meeting Ever-Lower OELs for Metals and Metalloids
A Study of an OSHA Beryllium PEL Exceedance at One Coal Fired Power Plant
Total Worker Health
Understanding and Utilizing Audiometric Data
Updates to the 2021 TLVs®
Worldwide Noise Control Options Database Access – Simplifying Risk Reduction

Basics in Industrial Ventilation

On-Demand Professional Development Course

Learn from Ventilation Experts! Earn 9.25 Education Contact Hours at your Convenience! 

ACGIH is excited to bring you an on-demand learning opportunity – Basics in Industrial Ventilation – a professional development course taught by industrial ventilation experts. This on-demand course includes recorded sessions, handouts, and a test at the end. You will earn a total of 9.25 education contact hours. Also included is an electronic version of Industrial Ventilation: A Manual of Recommended Practice for Design, 30th Edition.

Click here for more information and to order.

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

Get access to ALL the webinars from the COVID-19 Webinar Series! 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. Get On-Demand webinars from this educational series!

Click here to purchase this series. 

To access previously purchased on-demand webinars, visit learning.acgih.org and login with your ACGIH portal user login information.

If you would like to purchase the entire series of webinars at a discounted rate, you can purchase here.

Member Rate: $599;
Nonmember Rate: $899

Members get discounted rates too, on individual webinars. Visit the Member Center for discount codes.

ACGIH is dedicated to providing quality, scientific, educational events. One method of doing this is to offer distance-learning webinars. A webinar, short for Web-based seminar, is a presentation, lecture, or seminar that is transmitted over the Internet. A key feature of a webinar is its interactive elements — the ability to give, receive and discuss information. Webinars are as effective as on-site presentations without the travel expense. An ACGIH webinar can be of various durations and consists of a live presentation given via the Internet with an audio telephone link similar to that of a conference call.

Each webinar may qualify for ABIH CM credit and BSCP Continuance of Certification points. To receive confirmation of attendance, attendees must view the webinar and submit a final exam and evaluation. Each webinar includes one test. Additional tests can be purchased for other attendees.

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