Casella Announces Extensive Webinar Schedule on Noise, Air Sampling and Vibration for OSH Specialists

Building a culture of occupational health and safety is vital for all businesses and is key to ensuring not just workplace compliance, but sustainable competitive advantage.

To manage risks and to meet today’s standards in occupational health, the first place to start is to make sure you assess and measure risks accurately, and the best way to begin is by gaining a thorough understanding of the solutions and equipment available for monitoring these risks. This knowledge is at the core of building a viable and successful program for workplace safety.

Not sure where to start with occupational health? Want to get in-depth knowledge and expertise?

Casella has announced its schedule of webinars for 2020

Throughout 2020, Casella is running monthly free webinars covering key elements and best practices  in its core knowledge base and product areas: Introduction to Workplace Noise, Use of Sound Level Meters and Noise Dosimeters, Introduction to Personal Dust Monitoring, Setting up Air Sampling Pumps, Introduction to Personal Sampling of Vapours and Gases and Introduction to Hand Arm Vibration.

The full schedule of Casella 2020 webinars is available from the Casella website and registration is free.

Suitable for all levels of experience, the courses are ideal for those new to workplace health and safety, or as a refresher course for current practitioners.

“The webinars enable participants to gain substantial knowledge and confidence in each topic and a broad understanding of equipment, controls and best practices. At Casella, we’re dedicated to reducing occupational and environmental health risks through effective monitoring solutions. Our continuing innovation and training support ensures the next generation have the latest technology and expertise in occupational and environmental risk measurement,” said Tim Turney, global marketing manager at Casella.

For more information, visit  www.casellasolutions.com.

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