Webinar: Update from Standards Australia Committee EV007 “Methods for the Examination of Air” 7 March, 2018
This webinar provides an update on the recent and planned activities of the Standards Australia Committee EV007. Chairperson, Frank Fleer, will outline the changes to the low volume sampler standards and detail the world first standard for measurement of air quality in road tunnels. This webinar is also an opportunity to hear about the upcoming draft standard for equivalence between ambient particulate matter monitoring methods and the new project covering data validation and reporting. This event is a must attend for people wanting to keep up to date in the field of air quality measurement.
This four day course, presented by odour experts Ms Jenny Barclay and Dr Ian Evanson, provides a comprehensive grounding in all aspects of odour. The course covers odour theory, measurement, sampling, modelling and odour control. Key topics include olfactometry, odour sampling from point and area sources, odour intensity surveys, modelling and results interpretation, industry emission rates and the theory and design of odour control equipment. The course is structured to enable day registrations if you are time limited, or wish to focus your training. Registrations available to 5 March 2018.
This course introduces the key aspects of air quality management, including the science behind the behaviour and effects of air pollution. The course covers air quality principles and describes how pollutants are assessed through modelling, monitoring and emission inventories. Participants will receive the course workbook and an electronic copy of the CASANZ Publication Air Quality Regulations and Odour Management in Australia and New Zealand. Early bird closes 6 March 2018. Registrations available to 3 April 2018.
This course is intended for air quality professionals working, or planning to work, in the assessment of air pollution impacts. At the end of the course, participants will understand the basics of regulatory air dispersion modelling and use screening and refined models for permit/works approvals/consent conditions applications and risk assessments. Early bird registration closes: 2 March 2018. Registration closes: 27 April 2018.
This course presents the theory, methodology and case studies for assessing human health risks from airborne air toxics. The course builds the risk assessment framework from air dispersion modelling through to multi source and multi pathway risk assessment, concluding with uncertainty assessment and sensitivity analysis. The course includes hands on examples in a computer lab classroom using the program IRAP-h View. Early bird registration available until 2 March 2018, registration available until 27 April 2018.