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TSI Hosted Webinar

Effects on Human Health, Ecological Impacts and Outdoor Dust Monitoring Applications

Part II: Effects on Human Health, Ecological Impacts and Outdoor Dust Monitoring Applications

04 Nov 2020 11:30 AM - 12:30 PM (CET) Webex Webinar

*Dieses Webinar ist leider nur in Englisch verfügbar.*

TSI is pleased to invite you to a webinar series on aerosol basics and environmental dust monitoring.
You will learn about different particle sizes and the dangers they pose as well as the applications that typically require an outdoor dust monitoring scheme for compliance purposes.

Aerosol Basics and Environmental Dust Monitoring

Key takeaways:

  • Understanding the basics of dust particles and the dangers they present
  • What are the regulatory drivers and industry guidance
  • How to assess the need for monitoring
  • Best practices to ensure reliable and robust real-time data capture

Who should attend:

  • Anyone involved in the planning application process who needs to submit either a dust management plan or construction environmental management plan
  • Persons working within pre-construction teams who submit planning applications
  • Local authorities, air quality assessors, environmental and planning consultants
  • Any profession that needs to implement a monitoring protocol for the detection and measurement of fugitive emissions such as PM10 and PM2.5 so as to demonstrate compliance with a condition listed within an Environmental Permit

For UK registrants: This one hour webinar is CPD accredited.


Hosted by

Myles Quigley

Myles Quigley iMyles Quigleys a product manager at TSI for environmental and exposure monitoring. Since joining the company in 2018 he has worked closely with both industry and government to understand the legislation and customer requirements that drive this space. Prior to joining TSI he worked as a Global Product Manager in various industries such as building automation and renewable energy. Myles started his career as a graduate Building Services Engineer before making his move into product management fifteen years ago. During this time he has worked with numerous universities and research institutes, including KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Stockholm and Dresden University of Technology, and many more.