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Learn how to design and implement a stormwater management plan at your facility. Join Jon Arnold, as he discusses the need for a stormwater management plan and what you need to know before finalizing your plan. Join us LIVE on April 16, 2015 at 2:00 pm ET. Learn More >>>
This webinar will discuss the need for stormwater management plans and how to do the initial elements of the plan. We will touch on usual stormwater management rules and where to get details that may affect your facility. We will then show how to map the facility campus and determine the watershed and basins within the property boundaries. Finally, we will give ideas on what types of stormwater control devices to use given the nature of the facility.
Join us LIVE on April 16, 2015 at 2:00 pm ET.
This webinar is a 1 hour lecture and 30 minutes of Q&A.
Mr. Arnold has extensive regulatory, research, and teaching experience in water resources. He was involved in the very earliest stormwater sampling and characterization, and has since performed research in stormwater runoff and nonpoint source pollution. He wrote a statewide manual on stormwater management for regulators, consulting engineers, and municipal and commercial users as stormwater management utilities were being established.
Daylight Saving Time (United States) 2015 begins at 2:00 AM on Sunday, March 8th. If you are currently attending one of our online review courses or plan to attend the ASP Blueprint Webinar on March 11th, please verify the CURRENT TIME in the right sidebar of the Bowen EHSSM Member Center starting March 8th.
One of the most frequently asked questions from those who are considering pursuing the Certified Industrial Hygienist® (CIH®) credential or preparing for the examination is what resources and references have Diplomats found useful in the past? This information can be extremely beneficial before taking the 5 1/2 hour written exam which consists of 200 multiple choice questions designed to assess the knowledge and skills required to function as a certified practitioner in the field.
While the American Board of Industrial Hygiene® (ABIH®) does not endorse specific references or study aids, it has compiled a list of those items named by previous examinees who passed the examination.
References most cited included:
- Fundamentals of Industrial Hygiene, National Safety Council - ACGIH
- The Occupational Environment: Its Evaluation, Control, and Management, AIHA
- The TLV/BEI Booklet, ACGIH
Other study resources commonly noted included:
- The Industrial Hygiene Reference and Study Guide, AIHA
- Industrial-Occupational Hygiene Calculations, A Professional Reference, 2nd Edition, James H. Stewart, et. al.
- CIHprep V9.0 Certified Industrial Hygiene Professional Certification Training, Datachem Software
- CIH Review Course Materials
Examinees also noted more specialized references which focus on specific rubrics, such as:
- Industrial Ventilation: A Manual of Recommended Practice, ACGIH
- Toxicology Principles for the Industrial Hygienist, AIHA
- Recognition of Health Hazards in Industry: A Review of Materials and Processes, ACGIH
"Recognizing the resources and references that have been cited by those who successfully completed the CIH examination can be useful information for those preparing to take the exam during the upcoming spring or fall exam periods," said Nicole Greeson, CIH, Chair of the American Board of Industrial Hygiene. "This information, along with a list of training and review courses that were also cited in surveys of past examinees, can be found at the ABIH website."
To see the complete list of resources along with those publications recommended, please visit: http://abih.org/become-certified/prepare-exam.
About the American Board of Industrial Hygiene
Since 1960, ABIH, a not-for-profit corporation, has been the world's largest, premier organization for certifying professionals in the practice of industrial hygiene. ABIH is responsible for ensuring high-quality certification including education, experience, examination, certification maintenance and ethics enforcement. Currently, more than 6800 people are certified to use the CIH designation.
Source: ABIH Webwire February 17, 2015
To purchase many of the ABIH recommended resources, visit The Bowen Learning Network Bookstore.
Implementation of IHMM's new Annual Certification Maintenance Fee Policy will soon become effective. Starting March 1st, 2015, IHMM will begin the decertification process of certificants whose Annual Certification Maintenance Fee has been in arrears for 12 or more months. Certificants who become decertified will have to restart the certification process and will receive a
new credential number once certified again. A former certificant can start the process of regaining his or her credential by contacting Madison Bridner, Certification Manager at 301-984-8969 ext. 19,
Why do I have to pay my Annual Certification Maintenance Fee?
As stated in the 2013 summer volume of IHMM Today, "A candidate's payment of their Annual Certification Maintenance Fees ensures that IHMM has the necessary financial resources to
maintain member records, that the certification continues to remain current with the latest developments in the industry, and enables the organization to continue to be a functional, dynamic
entity far into the future in support of its members."
Learn more about the IHMM's policy >>>
For those industrial hygiene professionals that have made 2015 the year that they plan to take their careers to the next level by becoming a Certified Industrial Hygienist® (CIH®), an important date is coming up. Applicants for the CIH program have until February 1st to submit their completed applications in order to be eligible to take the spring examination.
In addition to submitting a completed application form, those applying are reminded to also have the following documents and forms successfully submitted by the February 1st deadline:
- College or University Degree Transcripts
- IH Related Course Documentation
- Work Experience Documentation
- Professional Reference Questionnaires
The Spring Exam window is April 1 through May 31, 2015. See upcoming Bowen EHSSM CIH Exam Prep Courses >>>
We are committed to your success!
Emergency Management protects communities by coordinating and integrating all activities necessary to build, sustain, and improve the capability to (1) mitigate against, (2) prepare for, (3) respond to, and (4) recover from threatened or actual natural disasters, acts of terrorism, or man-made disasters. This Bowen EHSSM online course is an introductory course providing a practical approach, using current and well-known case studies, to discuss and develop a mishap response plan and provide the framework to establish/conduct simulated exercises.
We have partnered with The University of Iowa and its Heartland Center for Occupational Health & Safety in providing high quality professional development for health and safety experts. Through the Heartland Center we are now offering CEU (continuing education unit) credit for our online classes and workshops. We believe this partnership will give those looking to advance their career the additional resources and opportunities needed to do so.