Learning Pavilions

​​The Expo Learning Pavilions are special areas within the AIHce EXP Expo Hall, reserved for product demonstration presentations during select hours. There are two presentation areas, each with seating for approximately 50 attendees. There is no need to register for a seat!

Presentations can be physical demonstrations of equipment, instrumentation, technology, research development, or other materials. Exhibitors will also teach attendees a new skill or application, or show how a product can solve a workplace problem or issue. These demonstrations will be roughly 10 to 15 minutes, with an additional 10 minutes allotted for a Question-and-Answer period.

Monday, May 20​​

9:35 a.m. - 10:00 a.m.
​Integrating Cloud-Based Monitoring Into Your Portable Gas Detection Program

MSA | Safety io

Learning Pavilion - Expo Hall

MSA recently launched Safety io, a software service company with cloud-based tools that enable you to focus on safety, not detectors. Now is a great time to learn how Safety io’s industrial services (Grid Fleet Manager & Live Monitor) can complement your safety program by assisting with compliance and changing worker behavior.

10:10 a.m. - 10:35 a.m.
Meet The Future of Area Monitoring

MSA

Learning Pavilion - Expo Hall

A world-class industrial safety product shouldn’t be bulky and hard to use. That’s why MSA is redefining area monitoring with a solution that just works and performance you can trust.

10:45 a.m. - 11:10 a.m.
Harnessing the Internet of Things to Enhance Worker Protection

3M

Learning Pavilion - Expo Hall

3M Connected Safety is platform that connects people, information, and systems to help improve productivity, increase worker situational awareness, and run an efficient health and safety program. The platform is an expanding eco-system of software programs, analytics, and digitally enabled personal protective equipment (PPE).  The 3M Connected Safety, Inspection, and Asset Management system is a cloud-based web and mobile application for tracking workers, areas, PPE, and other safety equipment using RFID tags, barcodes, or other unique identifiers.

12:15 p.m. - 12:40 p.m.
Solving Air Quality Issues in the Workplace

Gasmet Technologies

Learning Pavilion - Expo Hall

The Model DX4040 portable FTIR gas analyzer can identify “ unknown” gases within minutes of arriving at site by searching the NIST/EPA© reference library of over 5,000 gases. Measuring 25 gases simultaneously at sub-ppm levels, the DX4040 is also a cost-effective solution for performing workplace exposure assessments.

12:50 p.m. - 1:15 p.m.
3M: FIRE! Oh Wait, It’s Just ID​LH

3M

Learning Pavilion - Expo Hall

3M™ Scott™ (known for the NFPA® Air-Pak™) offers industrial versions for use in IDLH environments. These systems contain features established in the fire service but tailored to industrial IDLH situations. This talk describes the Air-Pak™ 75i SCBA and the Ska-Pak™ AT Combination ESCBA/SAR and industries where they provide worker protection.

1:25 p.m. - 1​:50 p.m.
Improve Your D​iagnostics With Mycometer’s New Relative Mold Content (RMC)

Mycometer, Inc.

Learning Pavilion - Expo Hall

Mycometer presents a new concept allowing rapid, reproducible, and representative air sampling results for mold. The concept consists of 1) standardized protocol for activated sampling and 2) double parallel sampling with analysis of both total mold and total allergens. This allows determination of the Relative Mold Content (RMC) which is a strong predictor of mold problems.

2:00 p.m. - 2:25 p.​m.
The Ergonomics of Ex​oskeletons in the Workplace

Chubb Global Risk Advisors

Learning Pavilion - Expo Hall

Exoskeletons are an emerging technology in the workplace, which are designed to reduce torque load on joints (e.g. upper arms, shoulders, low back, knees), enhance strength capacities, and mitigate risk from the strain that can increase the probability of musculoskeletal disorders (MSDs). This presentation will cover the ergonomic pros and cons associated with these wearable powered devices.

2:35 p.m. - 3:00 p.​m.
Sentinel XT Clear PAPR - Clear Solutions For Mission Critical Protection

ILC Dover

Learning Pavilion - Expo Hall

Are you facing the urgent need or desire to replace an aging or discontinued PAPR? If so, we offer a unique solution which delivers the mission critical protection you require. Learn how the Sentinel XT Clear PAPR can provide you with; Superior field of view, 12-hour run time, reduced weight - less than 2.2 pounds, and up to 8 cfm (33% greater than standard) air flow. 


Tuesda​y, May 21

9:10 a.m. - 9:35​ a.m.
Journey to SGS Ga​lson's Innovative EDGE Through IOT

SGS Galson

Learning Pavilion - Expo Hall

The Internet of Things (IOT), networking smart devices to enable data collection and exchange, improves both home and office life. Now SGS Galson brings IOT to the IH industry. Learn how the EDGE (Enhanced Data Generation Exchange) offers you a single client portal login and state-of-the-art developments in real-time monitoring.

9:45 a.m. - 10:1​0 a.m.
Personal Wearable​ Real-Time Silica Monitoring Grabs Momentum

Nanozen

Learning Pavilion - Expo Hall

The use of direct-reading instruments to conduct real-time monitoring and Silica Assessment grabs momentum, with the release of OSHA New FAQ’s of Jan/2019. Nanozen DustCount 8899 V-2 is the most convenient way to monitor silica dust in the worker’s personal breathing zone.

10:20 a.m. - ​10:45 a.m.
Improve Your D​iagnostics With Mycometer’s New Relative Mold Content (RMC)

Mycometer, Inc.

Learning Pavilion - Expo Hall

Mycometer presents a new concept allowing rapid, reproducible and representative air sampling results for mold. The concept consists of 1) standardized protocol for activated sampling and 2) double parallel sampling with analysis of both total mold and total allergens. This allows determination of the Relative Mold Content (RMC) which is a strong predictor of mold problems.

10:55 a.m. ​- 11:20 a.m.
Resin Acids –​ Are Your Workers Protected?

Chubb Global Risk Advisors

Learning Pavilion - Expo Hall

In 2018, ACGIH issued a Notice of Intended Change to withdraw the Rosin Core Solder Thermal Decomposition Products (Colophony) and proposed a new TLV for Resin Acids, as total Resin Acids to characterize chemical components during hand soldering. Exposures for Colophony (as Abietic acid) may not be detected, but when measured as total Resin Acids, may prove otherwise.

11:30 a.m. - 11​:55 a.m.
Aura - A New Way​ to Capture Whole Personal Air Samples

Restek

Learning Pavilion - Expo Hall

Restek has developed a whole air sampling device that is now written into NIOSH Method 3900, which is designed to capture a whole air sample in the breathing zone of a subject that doesn't require bulky/heavy/noisy pumps. Simply attached Aura to an evacuated air sampling canister and begin sampling for up to 8 hours, and interrupt sampling by disconnecting Aura at any time.

12:15 p.m. ​- 12:40 p.m.
Advantages o​f Real-Time Aerosol Monitoring

TSI Inc.

Learning Pavilion - Expo Hall

Real-time measurements make it simple to quickly and cost-effectively monitor exposure levels and record the critical data needed to drive immediate corrective action. Learn how TSI instruments protect workers by integrating live data into personal exposure monitoring, work area exposure, and walk-through source monitoring.

12:50 p.m. - 1:15 p.m.
What Diffusive​ Samplers Can Do That You Didn’t Know

Assay Technology Inc.

Learning Pavilion - Expo Hall

Discover what our air samplers can do for you.  Sample more vapors on our air monitors than on any competing badge. Methanol? Yes. Acetic acid? Yes.  Nitrous oxide? Yes. Learn about the easy way to sample problematic vapors.  Bring your difficult chemical(s) and see what we are able to do for you.

1:25 p.m. - 1:5​0 p.m.
A Digital Genesis: The Birth of an IH Website

EMSL Analytical, Inc.

Learning Pavilion - Expo Hall

In order to serve their customers better, EMSL has embarked on a new journey to enhance our customer's experience through the use of digital platforming. This presentation will highlight our most recent accomplishment, a dedicated industrial hygiene website that will provide an all-inclusive experience to its users.


Wednesday, May​ 22

8:30 a.m. - 8:55 a​.m.​
How Smart C​ompanies Build Worl​d-Class Ergonomics Processes

VelocityEHS Humantech

Learning Pavilion - Expo Hall

The Humantech industrial software as a service (SaaS) application is used by some of the world’s largest companies to manage workplace ergonomics. It is built on three key components: 1. LEARN: Users build knowledge quickly with interactive online training modules; 2. DO: Assessment tools enable users to identify and fix problem jobs; 3. MANAGE: Process owners can monitor the progress and activities of their team.

11:15 a.m. ​- 11:40 a.m.
Quieter Is Bet​ter - Debunking The Noise Control Urban Legends

Noise Control Engineering LLC

Learning Pavilion - Expo Hall

Excessive noise in the work place is dangerous. Not only could exposures to high levels result in hearing loss, tinnitus, and costly disability claims, but loss of focus, concentration, and situational awareness - all increase likelihood of accidents. This presentation documents the effectiveness and advantages of engineering controls.

11:50 a.m. - 12​:15 p.m.
Gas Detection 101 & Beyond

Draeger Inc.​

Learning Pavilion - Expo Hall

What does it mean when error code 105 displays? How do you know when you need to calibrate? Proper gas detection can save your life.  And those around you. In this seminar we will provide practical information on gas detection products with a focus on single and multi-gas detectors.​

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