In-Place Filter Testing Workshop Scheduled at Harvard
The Harvard School of Public Health Center for Continuing Professional Education offers the program In-Place Filter Testing Workshop, August 13-17, 2012. The hands-on, practical solutions to in-place filter testing technology is taught by leaders in the field. Attendees will learn the latest air-cleaning theory, filter testing techniques, and regulatory requirements for in-place testing of HEPA filtration and gas adsorption systems.
In-Place Filter Testing provides nuclear, safety, and industrial hygiene professionals with the tools to apply new knowledge of filter technology to their organizations' projects and plants.
Wide-ranging ventilation topics are covered, including nuclear and non-nuclear applications relevant to industries including anti-terrorism, biotechnology, hospital, clean room, and the military.
"The labs, with their hands-on experience, are what makes this program the best learning I have ever had," said Judith l. Healy, CIH, CSP, Industrial Hygienist, Department of Defense.
Upon completion, participants will be able to:
No aspect of nuclear technology is independent of a need to maintain air purity with a comprehensive filter system. The technology crucial to nuclear air cleaning is rapidly changing, and the regulatory requirements are complex. This program provides theory and essential hands-on training that will provide the experience and knowledge one needs to meet the daily challenges of working with nuclear technology filtration systems.
Learn the latest air-cleaning techniques and regulatory requirements for in-place filter testing. This practical program is an essential component of preparing individuals to test and certify systems containing HEPA filtration and gas adsorption systems.
Who Should Participate: