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TEAS – TASK EXPOSURE ASSESSMENT SIMULATOR – Model a single task, a repeating task, or a full-shift job (as a series of tasks) – Select from various 1Box and 2Box “Well-mixed Room” Models, with and without LEV – Predict task, full-shift TWA, STEL, and Ceiling exposures from one file – State of the art probabilistic modeling and sensitivity analysis – Model calibration and generation rate prediction – Create detailed reports and customized graphs A trial version and subscriptions (6 and 12 month) will be available in June. Send an email to EASInc@EASInc.co to be placed on the mailing list for updated information.  (Insert “TEAS” on the subject line.)  (Click “Read More” for pictures.)


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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.  


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