What do I do with all this data?

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So you know by now that taking one sample to show that you’re safe isn’t enough. But how many samples is enough? and what if one of those samples is marginally over the Workplace Exposure Standard, but most of them are non-detect? Is that OK? What do you do?

If you don’t know the answer to these questions, and you can get yourself to Melbourne on Monday April 14th, you will be surrounded by the people that have the answers to all of these questions and more.

The Victorian Chapter of the AIOH is hosting a session on Statistics, which promises to be an interactive discussion on the application of compliance statistics in relation to occupational hygiene data.

You can register here…and if you’re not already a member of the AIOH, I recommend signing up so you will know all about these sessions that occur throughout Australia!

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