Join us during your lunch breaks and enjoy insightful content from our sponsors ACS Chemical Safety, Draeger, DuPont, Industrial Scientific Corporation, SKC, and VelocityEHS.
Lunch & Learn sessions are your chance to learn about the latest research and technology affecting the OEHS industry, directly from the experts.
Sessions are approximately 60 minutes long, accompanied by chat capabilities throughout the presentation allotted for Q&A. You can also view each session recording directly after they've aired for the duration of the conference. Just navigate to EXP+ via the virtual event lobby!
The schedule for Lunch & Learns will be available the week of April 26.
Schedule at a Glance
Monday, May 24 | 12:30 p.m. - 1:30 p.m. CT
Lunch & Learn with SKC
Covering Your Bases: OEHS Sampling Solutions for Biomonitoring, Air, and Surface/Dermal
Join SKC’s top experts for this exciting learning session that will help you cover your bases. Be the first to hear about new point-of-care benzene biomonitoring and its applications; learn the latest enhancements in popular sampling media and new air sampling products; and see a video demonstration of fast, easy methods for on-the-spot determination of dermal exposures.
Lunch & Learn with Industrial Scientific
Bridging the Gap Between Safety and Operations
As data collection and reporting tools become more robust, safety, IH, and operations professionals can now use insights from connected devices to improve workplace safety and operational productivity. In this session, you'll gain an understanding of how, why and what data points can be used to identify areas for future improvements in your facilities. From understanding worker exposures to automating incident workflows, knowing time spent in specific work zones, and tracking assets, connected safety devices are helping to bridge a gap between safety and operations.
Tuesday, May 25 | 12:30 p.m. - 1:30 p.m. CT
Lunch & Learn with Draeger
Keeping CSE Safe: OSHA 1910.146 Review & Best Practices
Over 2 million workers enter permit confined spaces annually. Complying with OSHA 1910.146 is mandatory, but is it enough? What are the 5 most frequently cited standards? What is RPP and does your facility have it properly implemented? Do PEL and LEL apply with CSE?
Lunch & Learn with DuPont
Get the Facts in 2021: Flame Resistant (FR) Face Coverings for Industrial Workers
At DuPont, we’re committed to providing materials for flame-resistant (FR) PPE that can help provide the workforce with the protection they need to do their jobs safely. We have continued to monitor the COVID-19 situation and continue to receive a variety of questions regarding FR face coverings. For this reason, we would like to invite you to a webinar with our DuPont Thermal Apparel Specialist, Allie Fletcher. During the webinar, we will provide an update on the latest face mask guidance, face mask selection criteria, FR, and face mask standards to consider in the industrial space. additional resources and FAQs.
Wednesday, May 26 | 11:45 a.m. - 12:45 p.m. CT
Lunch & Learn with VelocityEHS
7 Steps to Improve Your Industrial Hygiene Program
There’s a growing trend in recent years of companies downsizing or eliminating their in-house IH professionals, and placing greater reliance on EHS generalists and third-party consultants to manage their IH programs. Even with a formal technical background in IH, managing an IH program can be intimidating — but it doesn’t have to be. Whether you’re a veteran CIH or completely new to the field, there’s a simple but comprehensive approach you can apply to your IH program that will help you do industrial hygiene right. During this session, we’ll explain the seven critical components of a comprehensive IH program. With the right knowledge and tools, you can establish a process-based, holistic IH program framework based on continuous improvement principles and AIHA best practices.
Lunch & Learn with ACS Chemical Safety
RAMP Up Your Safety Education and Practice
Join the American Chemical Society (ACS) and its society publisher division, ACS Publication, to discuss the latest, most interesting safety tools and resources. Kali A. Miller, Ph.D., Managing Editor of ACS Chemical Health & Safety, will present relevant journal content and best practices in getting your manuscript published. She will also discuss how to start and sustain a student laboratory safety team. Tammy Hanna, Ph.D., Director of New Product Innovation, will then present on the ACS Center for Lab Safety.