AIHA Announces Its Top 10 PDCs

Evaluations for all 63 weekend professional development courses (PDCs) have been tallied from this year’s American Industrial Hygiene Conference and Exposition (AIHce) in Denver. PDC participants gave the following 10 courses the highest ratings overall:

  1. 423 - Ramping Up Your Hearing Protection and Jazzing Up Your Hearing Conservation

    Elliott Berger, MS, INCE Board Certified, 3M Occupational Health & Environmental Safety Division, Indianapolis, IN; Ted Madison, MA Audiology, CCC-A, 3M, St. Paul, MN; Laurie Wells, AuD, FAAA, Associates in Acoustics, Loveland, CO; Lee Hager, Consultant/3M OEHSD, Portland, MI


  2. 420 - Noise Control Engineering

    Dennis Driscoll, PE, Associates in Acoustics, Inc., Evergreen, CO; Thomas Lloyd, Associates in Acoustics, Inc., Parker, CO


  3. 706 - The Art of Safety: Mastering Advanced Communication Techniques

    Gary Phillips, MA, CRSP, CHRP, North West Training & Development, Thunder Bay, ON, Canada


  4. 412 - Exceptional Functional Leadership

    Richard Fulwiler, Ph.D., CIH, CSHM, Technology Leadership Associates, Cincinnati, OH


  5. 102 - Bayesian Statistics: Overview and Applications in IH Data Interpretation and Exposure Risk Assessment

    John Mulhausen, Ph.D., CIH, CSP, 3M Co., St. Paul, MN; Perry Logan, MS, CIH, 3M Co., St. Paul, MN; Paul Hewett, PhD, CIH, Exposure Assessment Solutions, Morgantown, WV; Gurumurthy Ramachandran, Ph.D., CIH, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, MN; Kevin Wallace, CIH, ExxonMobil Production Co., Houston, TX


  6. 601 - A Risk Management and Insurance Primer for IHs

    Robert Emery, Ph.D., CIH, the University of Texas Health Science Center, Houston, TX


  7. 302 - Noise Exposure Assessment: Sampling Strategy and Data Acquisition

    Lee Hager, Consultant/3M OEHSD, Portland, MI


  8. 404 - ASHRAE 110 Testing and Management Practices for Safe and Energy Efficient Laboratory Hood Systems

    Thomas Smith, Exposure Control Technologies, Inc., Cary, NC


  9. 114 - Life Safety Engineering

    Leo Old, MS, PE, CIH, CHFM, St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital, Memphis, TN


  10. 111 - If I’m Teaching, Why Aren’t They Learning? How to Provide World-Class Training That Works

    Jonathan Klane, MS Ed, CIH, CHMM, CET, Klane’s Education Information Training Hub, LLC, Fairfield, ME

Product Showcase

  • Safety Knives

    The Safety Knife Company has developed a quality range of safety knives for all industries. Designed so that fingers cannot get to the blades, these knives will safely cut through cardboard, tape, strapping, shrink or plastic wrap or a variety of other packing materials. Because these knives have no exposed blades and only cut cardboard deep, they will not only protect employees against lacerations but they will also save product. The Metal Detectable versions have revolutionary metal detectable polypropylene knife bodies specifically for the food and pharmaceutical industries. This material can be detected and rejected by typical detection machines and is X-ray visible. 3

  • HAZ LO HEADLAMPS

    With alkaline or rechargeable options, these safety rated, Class 1, Div. 1 Headlamps provide long runtime with both spot and flood options in the same light. Work safely and avoid trip hazards with flexible hands-free lighting from Streamlight. 3

  • Glove Guard® Clip

    Safety should never be compromised, especially when it comes to proper glove usage. The Glove Guard® clip enhances safety by encouraging employees to keep their gloves with them at all times. This reduces the risk of accidents and injuries on the job. By ensuring everyone has their gloves readily available, we help promote a culture of safety and efficiency. The Glove Guard® clip is designed to withstand the toughest work environments. Constructed from robust materials made in the USA, it can endure extreme conditions, including harsh weather, and rigorous activities. 3

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