Dustfall created through mining, farming, foundries and other industrial activities, needs to be monitored in order to meet legislative requirements. On our 2 day course, we look at various requirements for successful dustfall monitoring and management, including but not limited to

  • Overview of air quality monitoring and management
  • Understanding South African legislation and its requirements
  • Requirements to meet the ASTM D1739 standard
  • The three key elements in the dustfall motoring process:
  • Sampling (including designing a comprehensive dustfall monitoring network)
  • Laboratory work (Implement a system using appropriate equipment)
  • Reporting
    • Show you how to conduct analysis
    • Structure and prepare monthly reports
  • Overview of air quality monitoring and management
  • Understanding the role of the SANAS (ISO17025) quality system accreditation
  • Determining compliance

Book now for R 6 840 plus VAT, Early bird discount: Pay only R 5 700 plus VAT if booked before 20 April 2018. A certificate of attendance will be issued.

Venue: 562 Ontdekkers Road, Roodepoort, Johannesburg

To book email info@gesza.co.za or go to www.gondwanagroup.co.za

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