EXAIR Webinar Oct. 15 at 1pm EDT- Compressed Air Safety and NIOSH Hierarchy of Controls

It’s that time of year, where I get to do a deep dive into a topic and present a webinar on how EXAIR can help your end of use compressed air!

You can see our past Webinars on our website, you just need to create an account. https://www.exair.com/index.php/productline/webinars

Some of the past webinars covered topics like, Understanding Static Electricity, Optimize Your Compressed Air System in 6 Simple Steps, Intelligent Solutions for Electrical Enclosure Cooling, Intelligent Compressed Air Solutions for OSHA Compliance. You can still watch these recorded webinars at the link above!

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Our Next Webinar is about the Hierarchy of Controls, the hierarchy of controls is a strategy that originates from NIOSH. In this webinar we will explain the main elements of the HIERARCHY OF CONTROLS and illustrate how to reach the highest level of control with important compressed air safety standards.

Worksite hazards can be mitigated in a wide variety of ways, but how do workers or their employers determine which way is the most effective and safe for their circumstances? This is when the NIOSH hierarchy of controls strategy is implemented along with Elimination through substitution.

Photo courtesy of http://www.cdc.gov

The idea behind this hierarchy is that the control methods at the top of graphic are potentially more effective and protective than those at the bottom. Following this hierarchy normally leads to the implementation of inherently safer systems, where the risk of illness or injury has been substantially reduced.

You can register for Compressed Air Safety and NIOSH Hierarchy of Controls on Oct 15, 2020 1:00 PM EDT at:

https://exair.co/webinar-28-fall2020

After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar.

Jordan Shouse
Application Engineer

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