Technical day – Contaminated surfaces: how to act to prevent? INRS, April 8, 2021 – April 8, 2021, Paris.
Technical day – Contaminated surfaces: how to act to prevent?INRS, Thursday April 8, 2021 at 9:30 amTechnical day – Contaminated surfaces: how to act to prevent?
On April 8, 2021, INRS is organizing an online technical day dedicated to the prevention of risks associated with surfaces contaminated by chemical agents.
During his activity, the employee is in contact with polluted surfaces which could contaminate him and present a risk to his health: transfer by inhalation, cutaneous route and / or by ingestion. The evaluation of surface contamination requires the implementation of specific methods of sampling and interpretation of the results.
On April 8, 2021, INRS is organizing a technical day dedicated to this prevention issue. The objective is to present the techniques for sampling and measuring pollutants on surfaces, their applications and their limits.
This technical day, only broadcast live on the internet, is aimed at prevention specialists, occupational physicians, health, safety and environment (HSE) personnel in companies.
[Programme de la journée](https://www.inrs-surfacescontaminees.fr/upload/Programme_V4.pdf)On registrationOn April 8, 2021, INRS is organizing an online technical day dedicated to the prevention of risks associated with surfaces contaminated by chemical agents.
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