How do you monitor for ambient particulate matter? Which method should be used? Which equipment is best for the job? How long should the monitoring program run for? How many measurement points are appropriate? This course answers all these questions and more. In an intensive one-day training program, expert presenters will detail options for TSP, PM10, PM2.5 and deposited dust sampling, describing the standard references, method advantages/disadvantages and provide experience-based advice. The course is supplemented by a tour of the Department of Water and Environment Regulation (DWER) air monitoring workshop, where course participants will view instruments, calibrations, sample media and monitoring station commissioning activities.
This course adjoins the Australasian College of Toxicology and Risk Assessment (ACTRA) 11th Annual Scientific Meeting and Continuing Education Day: What’s the Matter? Toxicity and health effects of particulate matter. ACTRA and CASANZ members will receive reciprocal member benefits for the training course, conference and continuing education day. Register now to complete your professional development in this important topic.
Significant early bird discounts available extended until 29 August 2018.