Golder Upcoming Events: Air Emissions Management Workshop, Understanding and Managing Industrial Hygiene Risks, and Fire Safety Training Workshop

  • March 26-28: Air Emissions Management Workshop
  • April 10-11: Understanding and Managing Industrial Hygiene Risks
  • April 25: Fire Safety Training Workshop


26-28 March, 2014

Air quality in many of China’s urban areas has generally improved over the last five years. However substantial reductions in air emissions are still required in order to meet human health and environmental objectives. In addition to increasingly tighter controls of criteria pollutants such as particulates, sulfur dioxide and oxides of nitrogen, the government is also developing policies to control a wider range of pollutants, placing pressure on industrial facilities to assess and control emissions in a more comprehensive manner.

Developing a better understanding of the methods to identify, assess and control emissions from your facility can help ensure compliance with current regulations and help you to plan for investments required to comply with future requirements. A comprehensive understanding of emissions can also assist in responding to complaints from the community or other third parties.



Industrial Hygiene (IH) is the science and technology that aims to identify, evaluate and control the occupational health risks in the workplaces.
Applying serious IH concepts has been critical for companies to protect worker health, maintain regulatory compliance, and address social responsibility issues in China, from manufacturing operations to supply chain.
Golder IH workshops are characterized by discussion of practical down to earth IH issues encountered by thousands of EHS professionals in everyday life. Real life scenarios discussed reflect presenters extensive experience on literally hundreds of IH projects for multinational clients in China.

APRIL 25 ,2014

Risk is generically defined as the uncertainty of loss. Fire loss is usually measured as number of deaths or dollars of property damage, but includes significant intangible losses such as business interruption, mission failure, degradation of the environment, and destruction of irreplaceable cultural artifacts. Many of fire tragedies could be prevented if only people took the necessary fire prevention methods such as undergoing a fire risk audit/ assessment. Fire risk assessment, which identifies fire hazards and risks in your facilities, can help you control, reduce or eliminate them altogether to make your workplace or business area fire safe. Fire risk assessments are carried out by fire safety experts and professionals who have undergone training and education in fire safety. In order to help facilities keep pace with the national fire safety related laws and regulations and improve the management of fire risks, Golder has developed a one-day fire safety training course.


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