ACGIH Webinars Schedule

October 11
Toxicology Series, Session 3
Genotoxicity, Carcinogenicity, & Epidemiology Data for Use in Setting Occupational Limits
Presenters: Mike DeLorme, PhD

October 25
Toxicology Series, Session 4
Basics of Setting Occupational Exposure Limits and Assigning Notations
Presenters: Bruce D. Naumann, Ph.D., DABT

November 8
The Assessment and Decontamination of an Opioid Contaminated Site and Establishment of Regulatory Standards
Presenter: Michael A. Polkabla, CIH

November 15
Optimizing Respirator Fit Testing: Best Practices for Industrial Hygienists
Presenter: Stephanie Lynch, PhD, CSP, COHC

November 29
IFV – What it is and How to Assess It
Presenter: Martin Harper, PhDz, CIH, FAIHA, CChem, FRSC, FASTM

ACGIH On Demand Webinars

2023 On Demand Webinars

Complimentary Webinar – 2023 Updates to the TLVs and BEIs

Sponsored by:

Bioaerosols Exposure in the Workplace and OSHA Standards

Biomechanics and Epidemiology of Shoulder Injuries

Emerging Infectious Diseases and First Responders

Complimentary Webinar – Engaging and Empowering Employees with Heat Stress Assessment
Sponsored by: 

The Environmental Risk Assessment of Medicinal Products; Implications for Human Health

EPA Chemicals Management in the Workplace Under TSCA:A Case Study

Complimentary Webinar
Global Understanding of Heat Stress and Heat Related Illness for Workers and Communities
Sponsored by: SlateSafety

The Hidden Occupational Hazard: Poor Indoor Air Quality

Human Factors: The Science of Safety

IH Field Survey & Identification Instrumentation Technical Overview (Including Chemical, Biological and Radiological Survey Instruments)

Improving Exposure Assessment  Tools for Emerging Professional’s Skill Enhancement

Industrial Air Cleaning Devices

Introduction of Computational Fluid Dynamics Applied in Industrial Ventilation
(Complimentary to ACGIH Subscribers/$10 for Non-Subscribers)

The New Dimensions of Occupational Health – Impact of Industrial Hygiene

Outcome Based Learning: Strategies For Course Design, delivery, and Evaluation for Virtual Environments

Toxicology Series, Session 1: Principles of Toxicology and Basics of Inhalation Toxicology for the Industrial Hygienist

Toxicology Series, Session 2: Developmental & Reproductive Toxicity & Toxicokinetic & Toxicodynamic Considerations

Understanding Chemical Fume Hood and Laboratory HVAC Systems 

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Professional Development Courses (PDCs)

All of ACGIH’s professional development courses are taught by OEHS experts. You will earn education contact hours with each online course. Click on the courses below for more information and to purchase.

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Webinar Bundles

ACGIH offers bundled webinars conveniently targeted to your field. Get 2 ACGIH webinars related to the specific field and 3 more webinars on current topics in these bundles for one, low price! Bundles may include both live and on-demand webinars. These webinars are taught by OEHS experts that include topics related to environmental health and safety, ergonomics and industrial ventilation. Earn up to 7 education contact hours with each bundle. Click on a link below to purchase.

Webinar Series

ACGIH offers webinar series. You may purchase individual webinars or the entire series. You will earn education contact hours with the series or each online course. Click on the series below for more information and to purchase.

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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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