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Interesting OSHA Health Cases - Facts From the Field, Part 1 (AIHce EXP 2019 OnDemand)

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Recorded at AIHce EXP 2019

Earn 1 Contact Hour

Each year, OSHA conducts thousands of industrial hygiene evaluations throughout the country. Our industrial hygienists evaluate exposures to chemicals, biological agents, muscular skeletal disorders, confined space hazards and other health related hazards in workplaces. We also identify new and emerging health hazards due to changes in technology or the introduction of new products and processes. This session is designed to highlight three OSHA investigations that are outside the norm, or of particular interest. We will review the findings of some of OSHA's most interesting health enforcement cases, serving to enlighten all regarding industrial hygiene practice in American workplaces: 1) Fatal Chemical Exposure from Cured-In-Place Pipe (CIPP) Repair of a Sewer Line 2) Association of Muscular Skeletal Disorders and Medical Mismanagement in the Poultry Industry 3) Accidental Exposure to Methyl Bromide Fumigant Proves Deadly

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Emil Szotko, Michelle Gonzalez, Barbara Smith, United States Department of Labor/ Occupational Health and Safety Administration