September 18, 2016
Finally, our new website is active. The site enhancements include a News section, a personal Blog, and a user’s support Forum. The News section will contain training and software announcements. I intend on starting and maintaining a blog on occupational exposure assessment issues. However, it is the addition of a user’s forum that is most exciting. In the Support/Forums section users of the IHDataAnalyst (commercial and student versions), as well as users of my other software products, can view a FAQ section, respond to questions, and post questions of their own. I will monitor the forum for new questions and respond as needed. Over the next several months I hope to update all of the text and add new sections. Suggestions will be appreciated.
Soon to arrive … my personal blog containing my accumulated wisdom regarding the analysis and interpretation of occupational exposure data. Possibly the world’s shortest blog? Now to await inspiration. You might as well get a cup of tea, this could take awhile.
To provide environmental, health, and safety (EHS) professionals with training, publications, and software, all designed to facilitate the collection, analysis, interpretation, and management of occupational exposure data. To provide consulting services regarding the statistical analysis and interpretation of occupational and environmental data, the design of performance-based sampling strategies, and litigation support.
Exposure Assessment Solutions, Inc. (EAS) was founded with three objectives: First, develop and provide data analysis and other software to the EH&S community. Second, provide onsite and online training opportunities regarding data analysis, data interpretation, and exposure sampling strategy design. Last, provide both general consulting and litigation support services regarding the statistical analysis of corporate occupational and environmental concentration datasets.
Paul Hewett Ph.D. CIH is the founder, president, and principal of EAS. Previously, Paul worked for NIOSH (Division of Respiratory Disease Studies), specializing in the measurement and characterization of pneumoconiosis producing dusts. His credentials include a masters in industrial hygiene from Central Missouri State University (1978), a doctorate in industrial hygiene from the University of Pittsburgh, School of Public Health (1991), as well as numerous peer reviewed publications addressing exposure data analysis and interpretation issues.
Medgate, a global provider of Enterprise EHS Software Solutions, and EAS, the developer of IHDataAnalyst, have added Bayesian Decision Analysis and other data analysis functions to the Medgate Industrial Hygiene suite.