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Sunday, May 15 • 9:00am - 5:00pm
(Workshop) Respirator Fit Testing Appointments LIMITED

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Limited Capacity seats available

$39

Whether using hazardous chemicals in a lab or working with mold-infested artifacts after a flood, the right equipment is needed to ensure protection. This workshop lecture will provide information to help establish and maintain a Respiratory Protection Program for a workplace, as well as understand proper selection, care and use of a respirator. The fit testing session is critical to determining which mask provides an acceptable face-to-seal fit and will include a wide variety of half-mask air-purifying models and sizes to try. Participants wishing to schedule a fit testing appointment must attend the lecture AND complete a medical evaluation within the twelve months prior to fit testing. Fit Testing appointments will be conducted in 20 minute intervals by a Canadian-based Registered Occupational Hygienist and a U.S.-based Certified Industrial Hygienist. Registrants will be contacted by the Health & Safety Committee before the meeting to facilitate scheduling appointments. Medical evaluations and approval forms (Canadian and U.S.) are available on the AIC Health & Safety Committee’s webpage (http://www.conservation-us.org/fittest).

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Sandra Deike

Manager, Health & Safety, Art Gallery of Ontario
Sandra Deike has been practicing Occupational Hygiene for almost 20 years in the education and healthcare sectors, holds ROH, CIH and CRSP designations and is currently the Manager, Health and Safety at the Art Gallery of Ontario.  New to the world of the arts, she has found it to be a challenging but fascinating environment to work in!
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Julie Sobelman

Independent Consultant, Health, Safety and Sustainability, CIH, CSP, LEED AP
Julie is a consulting industrial hygienist based in Vienna, VA. She has over 30 years of professional experience in the recognition, evaluation and control of potential hazards in the work place, in homes and in the surrounding community. She has worked in senior level professional positions with engineering and consulting firms, developing detailed technical experience in construction, facilities management, regulatory compliance, inspection and... Read More →

Sunday May 15, 2016 9:00am - 5:00pm
Room 512 C


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