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.)
Perry Logan (3M) and I will be presenting a PDC on “Forecasting Exposures Using the New Well-Mixed Room Models” on the Sunday prior to the 2019 AIHCE in Minneapolis: Click here for the 2019 AIHCE Bring an old fashioned scientific calculator and a dozen pieces of paper, a Windows 7 or 10 laptop, and a desire to estimate past and predict present and future exposures using state-of-the-art “Well-mixed Room” models and Monte Carlo Simulation methods. PDC 410: Forecasting Exposures Using Well Mixed Room Models – NEW! Sun, 5/19: 8:00 AM – 5:00 PM Professional Development Course Minneapolis Convention Center (MCC) CM Credit Hours: 7 Description: The new one and two box Well Mixed Room (WMR) models will be introduced, along with a systematic approach to calibrating a WMR model. Software (Windows only) will be provided that allows the user to quickly […]
Perry Logan and I will be presenting a PDC on “Forecasting Exposures Using the New Well-Mixed Room Models”. See the course description at IOHA 2018 (replaces the AIHA Fall Conference this year): https://ww2.aievolution.com/aih1802/index.cfm?do=ev.pubSearchEvents We need several more student to meet the minimum number. If you are interested you must register by COB July 22.
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.