NYCOSH 2016 SAFETY & HEALTH SERIES: Air Quality Monitoring

Wed, Apr 20, 2016 at 10:00 AM to at 01:00 PM

Air Quality Monitoring


How can you get the most out of air quality monitoring?

Air quality is an issue at almost every workplace and we all want to find out what it is about the air that makes it so. Oftentimes the first inclination is to have someone come in to monitor and assess the air quality. However to address this issue effectively there is more to it than just contacting an industrial hygienist. What can be done to make air quality monitoring more effective? What steps need to be taken before monitoring? What does air quality monitoring actually entail? How do you read a report?  What should be done after monitoring? Our panelists have a wealth of experience with the issue and will lead a discussion on what needs to be done to get the most out of air monitoring.  



David Newman, Industrial Hygienist, NYCOSH

Monona Rossol, Author; Safety Officer for IATSE Local 829, United Scenic Artists and the NY Production Locals 


Sponsored by the New York City Central Labor Council (NYC CLC) and the

New York Committee for Occupational Safety and Health (NYCOSH).


Please register by April 17 via the Eventbrite link


For more information, contact Dwan Williams at 212-227-6440 x10.


These training sessions are made possible, in part, by a grant from the New York State Department of Labor, C015250.  

Have questions about NYC CLC-NYCOSH 2016 SAFETY & HEALTH SERIES: Air Quality Monitoring? Contact NYCOSH


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