Webinar: Health Effects and Control Technologies for Non-Ionizing Radiation

Ramon Lopez, PhD of Indiana University talks to our customers about the health effects of non-ionizing radiation on workers and how to control their exposure levels.

In this 65-minute webinar, he covers:

  • Health effects from exposure across the non-ionizing radiation spectrum
  • Regulations and consensus standards regarding worker NIR exposure
  • Identifying the areas of concern for worker exposure
  • Methods of measuring NIR exposure
  • Control measures to safeguard workers against NIR exposure
  • Ask the expert: Your questions answered

Recorded Friday, January 12, 2018 at RAECO Rents

Download the presentation slides [1.2MB PDF]

About the speaker: Ramon Lopez PhD is an assistant research professor at Indiana University's Fairbanks School of Public Health, where he teaches courses in environmental health and environmental calculations. From 2009 to 2014, he worked on a U.S. Air Force-funded project testing non-ionizing radiation technologies for performance and safety.

Dr. Lopez is a Certified Industrial Hygienist, and serves as vice-chair of the AIHA Non-Ionizing Radiation committee volunteer group. He holds a Bachelors Degree in Applied Mathematics from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, a Masters of Science in Hazardous Substances Academic Training and Industrial Hygiene from the University of Illinois Chicago, where he also completed is PhD in Occupational Safety.

We welcome Dr. Lopez as a speaker, and thank him for sharing his time and expertise with RAECO Rents customers.