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.

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March 7, 2018
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Maximum 60 minutes
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3
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Webinar: 1 pm AEDT (Australian Eastern Daylight Time)   View map

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Standards Australia Committee EV007 is responsible for developing standards for air quality measurement.  The technical committee works on a number of projects each year which may include drafting new standards or revising existing standards.

This webinar will be presented by Mr Frank Fleer, EV007 Chairperson, and will provide an overview of the work conducted in 2017 and projects planned for 2018.

The webinar agenda is as follows:

  • Published revisions to AS 3580.9.9: PM10 measurement using a low volume sampler
  • Published revisions to AS 3580.9.10: PM2.5 measurement using a low volume sampler
  • The new standard for measurement of road tunnel air quality, AS/NZS 3580.18
  • Upcoming draft of AS/NZS 3580.9.17: demonstration of equivalence for ambient particulate matter monitoring methods
  • Exciting new project developing a standard for data validation and reporting which will link with most existing air quality measurement standards.
  • Overview of the many air quality measurement standards

Frank is a Past President and Fellow of CASANZ, a Past Chairperson of both the CASANZ Measurement and Odour SIGs and was the Society’s representative on the NEPC Advisory Group during the development of the National Environment Protection (Ambient Air Quality) Measure and PM2.5 Advisory Reporting Standard.  He is currently Chairperson of Standards Australia Committees EV007 “Methods for Examination of Air” and EV-007-1 “Stationary Source Emission Testing”, and co-Chairperson of NATA’s Life Sciences Accreditation Advisory Committee.

Members: $15
Non-members: $30

This webinar attracts registration fees to cover the cost of the webinar service and the administrative time required to manage the event.

A recording of the webinar will be available to purchase if you are unable to participate at the scheduled broadcast time.

Jacinda Shen Training Co-ordinator

jacinda@casanz.org.au