Poster Session 402

Monday, May 23 | 2:00 PM – 4:00 PM


Exposure Assessment Strategies, Industrial Hygiene General Practice, Poster

Author Attend Time is 2:00pm-4:00pm on Monday

CS-402-01 Recommendations to Improve Employee Thermal Comfort When Working in 40°F Refrigerated Cold Rooms D. Ceballos, Environmental Health, Harvard University, Boston, MA; K. Mead and J. Ramsey, CDC/NIOSH, Cincinnati, OH.

CS-402-02 Manganese Exposure and the OSHA Standard: The Relevance of the 5.0 mg/m3 Ceiling PEL D. Duffy, Health, Safety & Environmental Services, ESIS, Inc., Chicago, IL.

CS-402-03 Phenol—Side by Side Passive and Active Sampling and Analysis J. Kenny, ESIS Environmental Health Laboratory, Cromwell, CT; K. Bujak, ESIS Inc. Health, Safety & Environmental, Wadsworth, OH; J. Cochran, ESIS Inc., Health, Safety & Environmental, Austin, TX.

CS-402-04 Solder Fume Extraction—Do ADB Remove Abietic Acid J. Lohkamp, A. DiMaggio, and L. Felker, ESIS, Inc. Health, Safety & Environmental, Dallas, GA.

CS-402-05 Chromium—Total Chrome and Hexavalent Chrome Air Concentrations While Welding Carbon Steel J. Kenny, ESIS Environmental Health Laboratory, Cromwell, CT; G. Stratton and M. Newport, ESIS Inc. Health, Safety & Environmental, Andover, CT.

SR-402-06 Reducing Welders’ Exposure to Manganese Welding Fume Using Low Manganese Emissions Flux Core Wire J. Capuzzi, ESIS, Cape May Courthouse, NJ.

CS-402-07 Sensitization to Platinum Salts—Easy to Take the Wrong Approach A. Smith and H. Meeds, ESIS Health, Safety & Environmental, Philadelphia, PA.

SR-402-08 Improving the Accuracy of the Well-Mixed Room Model Used in IH Mod for the Estimation of Exposures to Aqueous Solvents C. Castro Ruiz, D. Bégin, D. Drolet, and M. Debia, Université de Montréal, Montréal, QC, Canada; S. Halle and W. Chouchen, Ecole de Technologie Supérieur, Montréal, QC, Canada.

SR-402-09 Elemental Properties of Coal Slag Bulk Samples and Measured Airborne Exposures at Two Coal Slag Processing Facilities in the United States C. Mugford, R. Boylstein, and J. Armstrong Gibbs, Respiratory Health Division, CDC/NIOSH, Morgantown, WV.

CS-402-10 Auto Correction of Flow Rate in a Personal Air Sampling Pump for Changes in Barometric Pressure R. Roberson and W. Davis, Sensidyne, LP, St. Petersburg, FL.

CS-402-11 Analysis of Metals in Paint Using X-Ray Fluorescence Spectroscopy Y. Zagagi, Golder Associates Inc., Jacksonville, FL.

CS-402-12 Improving Industrial Hygiene: The Benefits of Organization Development S. Milz, Public Health and Preventive Medicine, University of Toledo, Toledo, OH.

CS-402-13 The Quantification of Free Drug and Antibody Drug Conjugate (ADC) Molecules Collected During Surface Industrial Hygiene (IH) Monitoring Procedures N. Tsekhanovskaya, Bioanalytical Services, SafeBridge Consultants Inc., Mountain View, CA.

SR-402-14 Comparison of Active and Passive Sampling Methods for Formaldehyde in Pathology/Histology Labs E. Lee, M. Kashon, and M. Harper, HELD/EAB, CDC/NIOSH, Morgantown, WV; R. Magrm and S. Guffey, West Virginia University, Morgantown, WV.

CS-402-15 Firing Range Residue Hazard Characterization and Cleanup T. Sleight, Bioenvironmental Engineer, U.S. Air Force, Enid, OK.