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Chemical Controls in Industry

Chemical Controls in Industry

Jakarta  | 18 – 19 December 2008 | 3,500,000

BACKGROUND

ILO – Chemicals have become a part of our life, sustaining many of our activities, preventing and controlling many diseases, increasing agricultural productivity. However one can not ignore that many of these chemicals may, especially if not properly used, endanger our health and poison our environment. It has been estimated that approximately one thousand new chemicals come onto the market every year, and about 100.000 chemical substances are used on a global scale.

These chemicals are usually found as mixtures in commercial products. One to two million such products or trade names exists in most industrialized countries. More substances and rising production mean more storage, transport, handling, use and disposal of chemicals. The whole lifecycle of a chemical should be considered when assessing its dangers and benefits.

The environment may be affected, chemicals may pollute the air we breathe, the water we drink, and the food we eat. They may have entered into forests and lakes, destroying wildlife and changing the ecosystems. Chemicals are not all of equal concern. The assessment of health risks of chemical substances is a continuous process where information of the chemical hazards is made available through a variety of

sources. Remember: chemicals have power, and that is why they have become an important part of our life. Respect that power and handle them with care.

OBJECTIVES

This course will enable you to:

  • Develop an understanding of recognition methods and control methods for Chemicals exposure;
  • Identify jobs that can potentially pose a risk of adverse of health to chemical exposure;
  • Plan workplace noise surveys and personal noise exposure measurements;
  • Understand chemical health risk assessment (CHRA) and identify needs for further action;
  • Develop and implement an effective for Controlling Workplace exposure

COURSE PROGRAMMES

  1. Chemical Health Risk Assessment
  2. Chemical Controlling Workplace
  3. Substitution, Isolation, Ventilation
  4. Housekeeping and Spill Clean Out
  5. Personal Protective Equipment (PPE)
  6. Chemical Sampling (Air & Wipe)
  7. Health Surveillance

TRAINING METHODS

Partisipatif, group discussion, individual exercise, group exercise

WHO SHOULD ATTEND?

Courses are aimed at workers, supervisors, managers, health and safety committee members, health and asfety representatives,Human Resources (HR) professionals, industrial hygienists, occupational health and safety nurses and others with an interest in controllingchemical exposure in the workplace.

DURATION

14 hours effective

TRAINER

Abdul Baktiansyah, Dr, MS.


Beliau sangat berpengalaman dalam Kesehatan Kerja (Health) selama hampir 30 tahun. Pendidikan formal beliau didapat dari Fakultas Kedokteran Universitas Airlangga pada tahun 1979, dan Magister of Science dalam Kedokteran Okupasi dari Bagian Ilmu Kesehatan Masyarakat, Fakultas KedokteranUniversitas Indonesia (2004), beliau juga sering mengikuti berbagai training baik itu di dalam maupundi luar negeri yang berkaitan dengan Kesehatan dan Keselamatan Kerja. Perjalanan Karir beliau sebagaipraktisi kesehatan kerja dimulai sejak tahun 1982 – 2005, dimana beliau pernah mengemban jabatansebagai Chief Medical Officer pada PT. Ekspan Kalimantan dan kemudian menjadi Occupational Health & Industrial Hygiene Coordinator pada PT. Medco Energy E&P. Sekarang

SCHEDULE

18 – 19 December 2008

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