Poster Session 403
May 24 |
10:00 AM – 12:00 PM
Exposure Assessment Strategies, Industrial Hygiene General Practice, Noise, Poster
Author Attend Time is 10:00 am- Noon on Tuesday
SR-403-01 Comparison Measurements of MDI Isocyanate During the Application of Spray Polyurethane Foam Insulation J. Brown, G. Oishi, O. Shimelis, M. Halpenny, E. Barrey, K. Espenschied, and M. Ye, R&D, Sigma-Aldrich / Supelco, Bellefonte, PA.
CS-403-02 Consultation, Sampling Strategy Development and Performance of Industrial Hygiene Personal and “Worst-Case” Grab Sample Area Monitoring for Identified Hydrocarbons Related to Potential Oilfield Exposures for Routine Tank Gauging Operations J. Koehn, L. McKelvey, and J. Wiley, JK, Inc., Houston, TX; R. Acker, Ackcellent Consulting, LLC, Monument, CO; D. Deutsch, Apache Corporation, Houston, TX.
SR-403-03 Characterization of Naturally Occurring Airborne Diacetyl Concentrations Associated with the Preparation and Consumption of Unflavored Coffee J. Pierce, A. Abelmann, J. Lotter, C. Comerford, and K. Keeton, Cardno ChemRisk, Chicago, IL; B. Finley, Cardno ChemRisk, Brooklyn, New York, NY.
SR-403-04 Occupational Exposure to Vapor-Gas, Dusts, and Fumes Among Rural Residents M. Humann, B. Doney, and P. Henneberger, Division of Respiratory Disease Studies, CDC/NIOSH, Morgantown, WV; B. K. Kelly, The University of Iowa, Iowa City, IA.
CS-403-05 Options for the Placement of Breathing Zone Air Samples Inside a Welder’s Helmet C. Pomerenke, Liberty Mutual Insurance, Boston, MA.
CS-403-06 A Quantitative Model to Predict Allergic Contact Dermatitis from Wearable Technology Products A. Singhal, K. Bogen, R. Kalmes, and P. Sheehan, Exponent, Inc., Oakland, CA.
SR-403-07 A Bayesian Approach for Summarizing Real-Time Exposure Data with Left Censoring E. Houseman, Oregon State University, Corvallis, OR; M. Virji, Division of Respiratory Disease Studies, CDC/NIOSH, Morgantown, WV.
CS-403-08 Noise Exposure Assessment in a Dog Grooming Operation R. Higley, G. Gruenwald, and T. Knepper, ESIS, Corona, CA.
CS-403-09 Evaluation of Noise Exposures During High Pressure Washing, Piglet Vaccinating and Room Relocation at a Hog Farrowing Facility D. Weber, Liberty Mutual Insurance Company, Glastonbury, CT.
SR-403-10 Evaluation of Noise in a Division 1 College Football Stadium M. Valigosky, A. Ames, J. Taylor, F. Akbar-Khanzadeh, and S. Milz, University of Toledo, Toledo, OH.
SR-403-11 Environmental Noise Evaluation After Implementation of Controls Near a Higher Education Research Facility A. Ames, M. Valigosky, C. Barber, F. Akbar-Khanzadeh, and S. Milz, University of Toledo, Toledo, OH.
SR-403-12 Sound Level Area Assessments Using Noise Mapping G. Battista and M. Sheehan, West Chester University, West Chester, PA; R. Morrison, The Dow Chemical Co., Collegeville, PA.
SR-403-13 The Benefits of Quantifying the Parent Product and Its Urinary Metabolites when Assessing Occupational Exposure to Antineoplastic Drugs C. Hon, School of Occupational and Public Health, Ryerson University, Toronto, ON, Canada; C. Barzan, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, BC, Canada.
SR-403-14 Development and Administration of a Pilot Environmental Health Survey in Lucas County, Ohio E. Zgodzinksi, S. Eitniear, G. Bingham, J. Niese, and B. Sherrick, Toledo-Lucas County Health Department, Toledo, OH; A. Ames, M. Valigosky, S. Milz, and F. Akbar-Khanzadeh, University of Toledo, Toledo, OH.