Sponsored by Vallen. Companies are assessing the biohazards that are present in their environment, and refining their policies, procedures and personal protective equipment (PPE) to protect their workers. Please join us for a webinar hosted by DuPont’s Alex Bradley and Mark Tartaglia as they discuss protective apparel considerations for biohazards, including:
- Biohazard classifications and biosafety levels
- OSHA’s Bloodborne Pathogen standard
- Protective apparel for pandemic response
- DuPont protective apparel solutions and tools
What you will learn:
- Gain better understanding of biohazards, biohazard classifications and biosafety levels
- Apply hazards risk assessment
- Identify key protective apparel considerations
- Review DuPont’s protective apparel portfolio and SafeSPEC™ online selector tool
Dr. Alex Bradley
Dr. Alex Bradley is a principal investigator for DuPont and biological barrier protection project leader. He was a postdoctoral fellow with the Council on Science and Technology at Princeton University as well as a fellow with the American Association for the Advancement of Science at the U.S. Department of State. Bradley owns multiple patents and has authored numerous publications and industry presentations. He received an Engineering Excellence Award from Dupont in 2014 and represents DuPont as a subject matter expert on several safety industry committees.
Mark Tartaglia, M.S.P.H., CIH
Mark Tartaglia has over 30 years of experience working in the occupational and environmental health and safety field. His industry experience includes pharmaceutical, chemical and environmental services. He began his career as a research scientist before attending graduate school for occupational/environmental health and industrial hygiene. His experience includes leading the development of OEHS programs in different size organizations. He has subject matter expertise in industrial hygiene, risk assessment and the implementation of employee exposure controls. Mark has a B.S. in Biology from the University of Connecticut and a M.S. in Public Health from the University of Massachusetts, Amherst.