Portable Ventilation Systems And Their Practical Application
Why Attend This Course
Portable ventilation systems are rapidly becoming ubiquitous in the workplace. Applications range from asbestos abatement to wastewater treatment. With increased attention on confined spaces and other applications requiring portable equipment comes increased risk of accidents. When inappropriately selected or misused, portable ventilation equipment can cause serious health and safety hazards.
Health and safety practitioners have had little influence on the design, selection and use of this equipment. It often just appears on the jobsite from tool cribs and rental agencies, and remains under the direct control of the lowest level of supervision. How can the health and safety practitioner recognize when this equipment is being used appropriately or in optimum fashion? Or, is the detection of air movement through a portable system considered simply good enough?
Textbooks written for fixed ventilation do not mention portable systems. Calculation techniques for predicting airflow and other practices that work for fixed systems do not work with portable systems. A different approach is needed.
Who Should Attend This Course
This course will appeal to health and safety practitioners who have a need to utilize portable ventilation systems or who interact with users of this equipment.
What You Will Receive
• Portable Ventilation Systems Handbook. Portable
Ventilation Systems Handbook is the only book worldwide
• handouts and notes
What Participants at AIHCE Say About the PDC on Portable Ventilation Systems
"great course from real expert"
"good real-world examples that focus you on system improvements!"
"adds considerably to knowledge available for selection and application of portable ventilation equipment"
"book was very good tool for this course" (six attendees)
"It's obvious Neil enjoys the subject. I enjoyed the course."
"great practical course in an area of real value to health and safety professionals"
"Equipment hazards section was particularly useful; it is easy to overlook these issues in the field."