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Casella environmental hazard monitoring webinars

Casella have announced their webinar schedule for 2023
Casella have announced their webinar schedule for 2023

Company announces free-to-attend 2023 webinar series on noise, air sampling and vibration

GLOBAL occupational health and workplace hazard monitoring experts Casella have announced their webinar schedule for 2023.

The free-to-attend, accessible webinars cover Casella’s core areas of expertise, including workplace monitoring for noise, dust, gas and vapor hazards, as well as instrumentation usage and best practice. Each webinar will be 30–45 minutes long and will conclude with a Q&A session to recap.


The webinar schedule runs as follows:

7 June – Setting up Air Sampling Pumps: Setting up air sampling pumps and their associated items is paramount to ensuring accurate exposure data. This webinar covers selecting the correct pump, setting up the ‘sample train’ and ensuring accurate flow, as well as best practices to ensure good-quality data.

28 June – Introduction to HAV Monitoring: Hand-Arm Vibration Syndrome (HAVS) is a serious condition that can be prevented with the correct control of exposure. This webinar reviews the terminology about HAV measurement, legislation and exposure limits, as well as how to measure exposure on the tool correctly and subsequently calculate exposure levels.

13 July – Introduction to Asbestos Sampling: Many corporations are dealing with various complex asbestos issues. During this 30-minute webinar, Casella’s experts will provide an overview of the international use of asbestos, both now and historically. Attendees will learn how to recognize the hazardous material, how to sample for it and how to comply with legislation.

7 September – Use of SLMs and Noise Dosimeters; the best practice guide: Casella will cover the principles of when to use a noise dosimeter or sound level meter, and the benefits and drawbacks of each. Attendees will also learn the ‘dos and don’ts’ of each type of instrument, to obtain a best-practice guide and get the most out of their noise instruments.

29 September – Environmental Boundary Monitoring in Construction: Best Practice : Boundary monitors can measure dust, noise, ground vibration, and wind parameters. Getting accurate measurements from these units to ensure quality data for reporting and preventing environmental complaints is critical. This webinar covers the correct siting and installation of monitoring units to ensure compliance with guidance and legislation and ensures an understanding of the operation and maintenance of the sensor in line with best practices.

19 October – Introduction to Dust Sampling: Dust monitoring using air-sampling pumps has several facets that are key to ensuring successful measurements. During this webinar, Casella will share insights on the types of dust to measure and how to select the correct equipment, such as sampling heads or filters. Attendees will also gain insights into the calculation of airborne concentration and, more importantly, exposure.

10 November – Introduction to Air Sampling: Attendees of this webinar will keep up with the ever-changing requirements and the rigour of air monitoring and testing. Airborne hazards from fibres, gases, dust, and vapours can all cause potentially life-threatening illnesses affecting the lungs. Air sampling is a method of monitoring a worker’s exposure to these potential hazards, but what equipment do you need for each scenario?

To sign up for any of these free-of-charge webinars, click here.


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