Industrial Hygiene - Functional Processing of Collected Metrics
Alcoa has, for many decades, pursued a best in class Health and Safety work environment and has demonstrated industry leading performance in this area. This webinar will cover a few aspects from Alcoa’s Industrial Hygiene management program.
Organization and prioritization of Similar Exposure Groups (SEG) remains a challenge in Industrial Hygiene to manage the groups of workers having the same general exposure profile because of the similarity and frequency of the tasks they perform, the materials and processes with which they work, and the similarity of the way they perform the tasks. Structuring and sampling of metrics with similar frequency is critical to optimize work effort.
In this webinar you will learn about:
SEG-setup best practices to facilitate consolidation and assessment workflow
- Key considerations and calculations associated with Occupational Exposure Limits (OEL) and statistics
- Laboratory data collection, processing and analysis
- Exception management, prioritization, sampling, and reporting of SEG metrics
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This webinar occurred on: August 30, 2017
Mark Lachat, Information Technology Automated Solution (ITAS) Project Manager, EHS
Mark is an IT Project Manager and has been with Alcoa for 25 Years. The past 9 years he has been working in the EHS area with Sphera Solutions’ Essential Suite and is the primary support at Alcoa for all Corporate EHS applications. In Essential Suite, he has implemented the Incident Module (that includes Health & Safety, Environmental, Risk Notification and Security Incidents). He has implemented the Industrial Hygiene Module which incorporates several process requirements into customizations.
John Rind, EHS System Manager
EHS Governance COE, Alcoa Corporation
John Rind is the EHS Systems Manager within the Governance Center of Excellence, of the Alcoa Corporate EHS Group. He is responsible for the functional design, development and implementation of Alcoa EHS Information Systems. Prior to his current role, John had roles in EHS Engineering Support, Alcoa’s ISO 14001 Certification program, EHS Integration of Howmet, IVEX, SAPA, and Alcoa Fastening Systems.
John joined Alcoa in 1990 in Alcoa Technical Center’s Environmental Technology Laboratory, responsible for sampling and evaluation of Alcoa’s plant emissions and effluents. In the late 1990s, John worked as the Environmental Control Officer for ATC, managing the environmental aspects of development projects and assisting with transfer of the technology to locations. In 2001, John joined the Alcoa EHS Services Group located in the Alcoa Corporate Center, and supported the Corporate and BU implementation of EHS Management Systems and Water Management technologies.
John completed his bachelor’s degree in Chemical Engineering from the University of Pittsburgh.
Duration: 1 Hour