ENROLL AT https://aiph-dohs.ellc.learn.army.mil
|Course Title||Core Competency||Enabling Learning Objectives|
|Taking IH Field Notes the DOEHRS-IH Way!||Army IH Business Practice||After taking this class students will be able to:|
List examples of data collected during period and baseline IH surveys.
1 Demonstrate use of the data collection tools/forms provided during this class.
2 Recognize data that is/is not collected during IH periodic surveys.
|Course_Level||Course Length||Terminal Learning Objectives (TLOs)||TLOs addressed this class|
|This is a BASIC level course.||37 min||1 Apply current knowledge of the industrial hygiene scope of work, mission, inspection and survey techniques, health standards, action levels, regulations, policy and guidelines to evaluate the adequacy of compliance or conformance with all applicable occupational health standards and Federal regulations.|
2 Knowledge of principles and practices related to managing the internal and external operations of Army Industrial Hygiene to effectively accomplish mission objectives and goals, achieve customer satisfaction, develop strong relationships with other Army and external entities, and adhere to agency wide programs, policies, and procedures.
3 Knowledge, capabilities and practices associated with formulating, planning, implementing, managing, tracking and evaluating work and its associated requirements and risks, ranging from one-time projects to program-level work.
4 Ability to grasp the essence of new information, Masters new technical and business knowledge, Recognize own strengths and weaknesses, and pursues self-development.
|3 Knowledge, capabilities and practices associated with formulating, planning, implementing, managing, tracking and evaluating work and its associated requirements and risks, ranging from one-time projects to program-level work.|
This Blackboard Learn self-development course supports the industrial hygiene work environments and industrial processes competency bydemonstrating use of the Basic Characterization, Periodic Survey, and Recording and Reporting tasks of the DoD Exposure AssessmentModel. This course is designed to teach students how to record field data for the Defense Occupational and Defense Occupational andEnvironmental Health Readiness System-Industrial Hygiene (DOEHRS-IH) web-based application. Not every staff member has access to theweb-based program or tablet computers while in the field. This course will provide information, templates, and examples. IndustrialHygiene staff members who will be actively entering data into the DOEHRS-IH application at an Industrial Hygiene Program Office are theprimary target audience, however the tools provided will be useful for any OHS professional. The instructor demonstrates use of a toolwhich will aid industrial hygienists in collecting and recording occupational health hazard data in the DOEHRS-IH data repository.
(DO NOT ENROLL USING THIS PHC TRAINING WEBSITE- ENROLLMENT IS ON BLACKBOARD ONLY)
Registration Location: Blackboard Learning site: https://aiph-dohs.ellc.learn.army.mil
How to self-enroll in Blackboard? Here’s how:
1. CLEAR YOUR CACHE
Go into "Tools" then "Internet Options"
-delete history and cookies,
-then under Browsing History select "Settings" then click "View Files"
select all and then hit the Delete Key. That deletes all stored cookies.
-Then click the content tab and clear ssl slate (you may need to refresh
your browser-depending on which version of IE you have)
2. Visit the PHC Blackboard site.
On the left of the screen-log in with CAC
In the upper middle of the screen click on "Browse Catalog"
Search Entire Catalog-Course
Scroll to course, hover mouse over, & click on the down arrow
Click on "ENROLL"
Click "Submit"DO NOT ATTEMPT TO REGISTER FOR THIS COURSE AT THIS WEBSITE. You must register at the PHC Blackboard learning site: https://aiph-dohs.ellc.learn.army.mil
Slide Deck notes pages will be available on Blackboard prior to the start of the course. You may wish to print these and have them available during class. Bring materials to take notes (pens, pencils, highlighter, self-stick tabs, etc.) A scientific calculator is required.
CERTIFICATES, CEUs & POINTS:
Certificates are issued to students who achieve a passing score. Attendance of all online module sections is required in order to receive a certificate for the module. ABIH provides CM points for this module to those who are eligible. CEUs are issued by Career Program 12 for this module to those who meet all passing requirements.