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Local Exhaust Ventilation Control Failures

  • 2022-06-02
  • 12:00 - 13:00
  • Online

Join us and Engineering New Zealand, together with Health and Safety Association of New Zealand, for Lessons to be learnt 5 | Local Exhaust Ventilation Control Failures
Local exhaust ventilation (LEV) is an engineering system frequently used in workplaces to protect employees from exposure to substances hazardous to health.  Here we will discuss the reasons why so many LEV systems actually fail to protect workers from being exposed and the potential costs to the workers.

About the speaker: 
Derek Miller is a Certified Occupational Hygienist (COH™) based in Auckland. He is a Fellow of the New Zaland Occupational Hygiene Society (NZOHS), a past member of the Governance Group HASANZ and a founder of FAMANZ.  He is currently a Board member of the Asian Network of Occupational Hygienists (ANOH) and the International Occupational Hygiene Association (IOHA).  He believes that professionals need to better understand each other and share knowledge to help protect workers.

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