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webinar schedule

ISI is the Belgian official distributor

Being a local distributor of major brands such as Svantek, Wavecontrol, Casella or Hanwell means being informed every day about the latest developments in the field and having the desire to learn, again and again.

We attend the majority of the webinars organised by our partners to be informed of their latest news and promotions, with the aim of providing you with a precise and perfectly adequate response to your needs as occupational/industrial hygienists and health and safety managers.

We inform you about latest updates and news thanks to Webinars and personalized follow-up

We invite our customers to follow these webinars as regularly as possible for informative and educational purposes. You will find below a non-exhaustive list of upcoming webinars organized by our partners.

  • Casella’s Webinars :
    • August 13th @ 10am & 3pm : Use of SLMs and Noise Dosimeter; the best practice guide!
      • Covering the principles of when to use a noise dosimeter or a sound level meter, with the pros and cons of each. The ‘dos and don’ts’ of using each type of instrument are reviewed, giving a best practice guide to get the most out of your noise measurements. The webinar will run for 30 minutes with time at the end for questions.
    • August 27th & 22nd December @ 10am & 3pm : Introduction to Hand Arm Vibration
      • Hand-Arm Vibration Syndrome (HAVS) is a serious condition that can be prevented with the correct control of exposure. This webinar reviews terminology about HAV measurement, legislation and exposure limits, as well as how to measure exposure on the tool correctly and subsequently calculate exposure levels.
    • September 10th @ 10am & 3pm : Introduction to Workplace Noise
      • This webinar covers acoustic terminology such as weightings and parameters, as well as noise dose calculation and how this varies around the world, plus considerations when selecting instruments. The webinar will be 30 minutes with additional time at the end for questions. 
    • September 15th @ 10am & 3pm : Setting up Air Sampling pumps
      • Setting up air sampling pumps and their associated items is paramount to ensuring accurate exposure data. This webinar covers selecting the correct pump, setting up the ‘sample train’ and ensuring accurate flow, as well as best practice to ensure good quality data. The webinar will run for 30 minutes with time at the end for questions.
    • October 27th @ 10am & 3pm : Introduction to Personal Dust Monitoring
      • Dust monitoring using air sampling pumps has a number of different facets covered during this webinar. These include types of dust to measure and the selection of equipment such as sampling heads or filters. Calculation of airborne concentration, and more importantly exposure, are also reviewed over this 30-minute webinar. A Q&A session will then be held if required.
    • July 16th and November 10th @ 10am & 3pm : Introduction to Personal Sampling of Vapours and Gases
      • Personal air sampling of vapours and gases requires knowledge to select the correct sampling media and to select the right accessories and flow rates. Sources of information are covered as well as how to set up the sample train and select the correct air-sampling pump and how to calibrate the equipment. The webinar will run for approximately 30 minutes with additional time for questions at the end.
  • Wavecontrol’s Webinars (CET GMT +2 for Europe) :
    • July 13th English @ 9.30am & 5pm : Webinar EMF Assessment of Welding Equipment
      • In this webinar, we will look at EMF assessment of welding equipment as related to human exposure. The webinar will be based on the application note on welding processes and the IEC 62822 standard covering resistance welding, arc welding equipment and allied processes.
    • July 16th English @ 9.30am & 5pm, Spanish @ 3.30pm : Webinar MonitEM-Lab | Indoor Monitoring
      • In this session, we will talk about the MonitEM-lab from Wavecontrol, a unique solution that allows for permanent monitoring for indoor applications. We will cover its excellent features, working principles and the numerous applications with some examples and live demonstration.
    • July 28th English @ 9.30am & 5pm, Spanish @ 3.30pm : Webinar SMP2
      • The SMP2 offers an unrivalled combination of 3 features : Broadband measurements (DC to 60 GHz), Frequency spectrum analysis (DC to 400 kHz) and Static field measurements. In this webinar, we will talk about the SMP2 and it exceptional features such as automatic probe detection, its display functionalities, technical capabilities and unique tools for facilitating EMF measurements for excellent user experience. We will discuss the software and communication platforms for efficient data management and remote control. There will also be live demonstration on how to use the SMP2.