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Introduction to Air Sampling Webinar by Casella

Introduction to Air Sampling

Keep up with the ever-changing requirements and the rigor of air monitoring and testing. Airborne hazards from fibers, 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 how do you go about this? What equipment do you need for each scenario? Join us on this webinar to explore the options and the best practices. There will be a Q&A at the end should it be needed.

Date: March, 17


Introduction to Asbestos Sampling Webinar by Casella

Introduction to Asbestos Sampling

Casella will provide a quick insight into the international use of asbestos, both now and historically. We will cover what is asbestos, the health risk associated with asbestos, how to recognize asbestos, and how to sample for it. Many corporations are dealing with various complex asbestos issues. What are the risks of working with asbestos and is your company compliant with local legislation? The webinar will run for approximately 30 minutes for additional time for questions at the end.

Date: August, 11

Setting up Air Sampling Pumps Webinar by Casella

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. The webinar will run for 30 minutes with time at the end for questions.

Date: June, 23

Introduction to HAV Monitoring Webinar from Casella

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.

Date: July, 21

Introduction to Dust Sampling Webinar from Casella

Introduction to Dust Sampling

Dust monitoring using air sampling pumps has a number of different facets covered during this webinar. These include types of dust to measure and the selection of equipment such as sampling heads or filters. Calculation of airborne concentration, and more importantly exposure, also reviewed over this webinar. A Q&A session will then be held at the end if required.

Date: September, 15

Use of SLMs and Noise Dosimeters Webinar from Casella

Use of SLMs and Noise Dosimeters; the best practice guide!

Casella cover the principles of when to use a noise dosimeter or sound level meter, with the pros and cons of each. The ‘dos and don’ts’ of each type of instrument and reviewed, giving a best practice guide to get the most out of your noise instruments. The webinar will run for 30 minutes with time at the end for questions. 

Date: October, 20

Introduction to Sampling for Vapours and Dusts Webinar from Casella

Introduction to Sampling Gases & Vapors

Personal sampling of vapors and gases requires knowledge to select the correct sampling media and to select the right accessories and flow rates. Sources of information are covered as well as how to set up the sample train, selecting the correct air-sampling pump and how to calibrate the equipment. The webinar will run for approximately 30 minutes for additional time for questions at the end.

Date: November, 24

Here is what you can expect:

The webinar will be provided over a ‘Webex’ service and you will receive an invitation to the webinar once you have registered. Please remember click the attached link in the invitation email to add this to your calendar!

Webinars will last for approximately 30 minutes and questions can be asked throughout via an inbuilt chat system, but there will also be time at the end for questions as well. A recording of the webinar will also be made available to attendees.

Prefer to speak to someone direct to reserve your spot? You can always contact us directly via email on or call into the office on (800) 366 2966.