Silica Dust Safety Webinar
We are excited to announce an upcoming webinar, presented in partnership with Sensidyne LP, a respected organisation that has been designing and distributing advanced instrumentation to ensure worker safety and workplace security on a global scale.
Founded in 1983, Sensidyne was established as a manufacturer and distributor of gas detection and air sampling instrumentation and a major supplier of gas detection tubes. The company vision is “to be the leading provider of trusted air monitoring solutions in the realms of worker safety, loss prevention and air quality”.
During this comprehensive webinar, we will explore the world of Silica, covering its characteristics, the different types of airborne Silica dust, and their associated health risks. We will also delve into the widespread issue of occupational Silica exposure that affects millions of workers across various industries and its significant implications for their well-being. The webinar will provide valuable insights into key topics, including conducting risk assessments, understanding exposure limits, ensuring compliance with safety regulations, and methods for measuring Silica exposure. The webinar will conclude with strategies for preventing and mitigating these exposures.
This webinar is a valuable resource for those working in the health and safety field and anyone interested in expanding their knowledge of personal air quality monitoring in response to airborne hazards.
Our guest speaker is Aaron Apostolico, a Certified Industrial Hygienist and the Product Applications and Research Manager at Sensidyne, LP. Mr. Apostolico brings a wealth of experience in Industrial Hygiene and Environmental Health & Safety. His specific knowledge includes evaluation of safety hazards, accident investigation, risk analysis, safety program audits, safety training, compliance review, and development and implementation of safety programs. He is also proficient in industrial hygiene air monitoring, with evaluation of field test results and management recommendations.
This live webinar will be taking place on Wednesday 31st January at 2pm GMT. Sign up to attend.