On-Demand Webinars

Bowen EHS On-Demand Webinars are recorded live. Perfect for the busy EH&S professional preparing for a certification exam or looking for credit hours to maintain certification. A Bowen EHS® Premium Membership is required to view all webinars. Premium Members have access to On-Demand webinars for 12 months after live date. 

Join us for the second webinar in our two-part series discussing the changes made to the CSP Exam Blueprint. The Board of Certified Safety Professionals announced October 31st as the release date of the new CSP9 Exam Blueprint. Part one provided an overview of the blueprint changes. Part two will go into more detail about the new subjects and domains found on the updated blueprint. We will cover Ethics, Research Methodology, Data Retention, Business Continuity/Contingency Plans, Leading/Lagging Performance Indicators, Life Safety, Transportation of Hazardous Materials, Epidemiology, and discuss the domains to concentrate on.

This webinar is perfect for those who started preparing for the CSP exam, but will not purchase or sit for the exam until October 31st or later.

Late last year, The Board of Certified Safety Professionals (BCSP) announced the release of a new Certified Safety Professional (CSP®) exam blueprint expected to be in place by late 2016. This webinar will focus on the new areas and concepts found in the 9 domains of the CSP9 blueprint. We will discuss the major changes and help you develop a plan to prepare for the new exam. UPDATE: The CSP9 blueprint will be released October 31, 2016.

Many EH&S professionals do not work with radiation on a regular basis. Those outside the academic healthcare setting are not usually exposed to many aspects of radiation safety. This webinar will introduce you to radiation safety in a research and healthcare environment. We will review some basic ionizing radiation safety principles, discuss in detail specific radiation hazards in these environments, and cover common health physics practices in these settings.

The renewable bio-economy is growing in the US. With growth comes new safety challenges and learning. This webinar briefly introduces five renewable biofuel/power sectors: ethanol, biodiesel, renewable diesel, biogas and biomass pellets. Process overviews, production trends and reported safety incidents are presented along with some takeaways.

We will explore how ethical leaders have a tremendous impact on how people in their organizations behave and what they achieve. Additionally we will discuss the interaction between organizational culture and ethical practice, specifically in the field of occupational health and safety.

We will explore common motivating factors that contribute to unethical decision making within the EHS professions and discuss ethical expectations from organizations such as the BCSP and ABIH. Additionally, we will explore what is at risk, not only as a professional but how unethical decisions and actions may affect areas of one's personal life. Finally, the session will provide common actions one may take when faced with a decision that may be ethically questionable.

Dilution ventilation equations provide us with an effective method for employee exposure modeling when we consider how supply air mixes with and purges a given concentration from a room. This webinar will review the techniques used for simplifying and solving dilution ventilation problems to help you work them confidently and efficiently. This webinar is a 1 hour lecture and 30 minutes of Q&A.

Whether it’s a pesky mouse pulling cheese from a mouse trap or a heroic would-be rescuer following a coworker into the same space that claimed her friend, we all take risks to achieve our end goal; to survive. That means survival for ourselves and survival for all those around us.

Unlike a mouse trap, a confined space’s hazards do not go away after the trap has been tripped. Like a mouse trap, however, entry into some confined spaces can result in the same shortcoming that our pesky friend suffered; a lack of survival. The cheese in a confined space can be a task, a dropped or forgotten tool, a coworker, or the thing that gets cats; curiosity.

In this introductory course, we’ll discuss the basics of confined spaces. We’ll look at what they are and the risks they can carry. On one hand, our pesky friend’s lack of knowledge trumped its core mission; survival. We, on the other hand, are not mice. This webinar is a 1 hour lecture and 30 minutes of Q&A.

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