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Basic Industrial Hygiene (BIH) is now called Fundamentals of Industrial Hygiene. This is not a PHC course. This course is an AMEDD Center and School course. The POC for this course is Mr. Scott "Nick" Nichelson. Please email him for information at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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A. The6H-F11/322-F11, is conducted at the US Army Medical Department Center and School (AMEDDC&S), Joint Base San Antonio Fort Sam Houston (FSH),Texas. The course is designed to provide individuals trained in the fundamentals of industrial hygiene. The BIH course is also designed to provide an overview of industrial hygiene to the Principles of Military Preventive Medicine (6A-F5) science track officers.
B. Scope. This course provides classes in the recognition, evaluation, and to a lesser extent, control of occupational health hazards associated with an industrial environment. During the course, the student is afforded the opportunity to establish a working knowledge of industrial hygiene equipment and apply the fundamental principles of the practice of industrial hygiene, conduct field hazard recognition surveys, research data on hazardous chemicals, interpret field survey reports, and become familiar with the Defense Occupational and Environmental Health Readiness System-Industrial Hygiene (DOEHRS-IH) system. The 6H-F11/322-F11, FIH Techniques course, is a 2-week resident course. Upon completion of the course, graduates are expected to demonstrate, under the direction of an IndustrialHygiene Program Manager, entry-level skills in industrial hygiene.
C. Prerequisites. The 6H-11/322-F11, FIH Techniques course, is open to Active Army, Army Reserve/National Guard (ARNG) Component, and Department ofthe Army Civilian (DAG), Army Civilian Training,Education, and Development System Career Plan 12 personnel. Enlisted students must: 1) be in the Military Occupational Specialty (MOS) 68S (Preventive Medicine Specialist) or currently serving in an industrial hygiene position; 2) be in the grade E-5 or above (may be waived); and 3) have a Skills Technical score of 105 or higher. Officer students must be in the Medical Functional Area 67C or must be serving in an industrial hygiene position. Other service personnel and AMEDD international students are eligible for attendance with permission from the course director. All military students must meet height/weight standards in accordance with (IAW) Army Regulation (AR)600-9, The Army BodyComposition Program. A security clearance is not required.