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Carl Johnson:Speaker Introduction

Date:2017-05-27Author:
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      卡尔•约翰逊


      工业卫生专家

      3M公司


      他的工作是与3M全球的工厂、新收购公司、产品研发人员和业务部门领导合作,提高工作场所和产品的健康与安全。

      他主要的研究方向是听力保护、工业噪声控制和化学品暴露评估。

      他是AIHA噪声委员会的前任主席。约翰逊先生目前是AIHA噪声评价委员会和AIHA学员与新晋专业人士委员会的会员。

      约翰逊先生是明尼苏达大学医学伦理机构审查委员会成员。他获得明尼苏达大学环境科学与化学学士学位以及工业卫生硕士学位。他是注册工业卫生师(CIH)和注册安全师(CSP),也是明尼苏达工业卫生学院的兼任教授。


      演讲摘要:《卓越的听力保护计划和职业噪声暴露评价》

      在全球各地,噪声性听力损失是一种很常见的职业伤害。听力损失对劳动者的影响是终身的。本次发言将主要讨论与职业噪声暴露评价相关的劳动者健康和安全改善点,以及改善听力保护计划的机会。与此同时,着眼于当前的趋势和数据,并分享关于降低发病率和改善未来的听力保护计划的一些机会点的讨论。


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Carl Johnson


Industrial Hygiene Specialist

3M's Corporate Industrial Hygiene


In this role, he works with 3M facilities, new acquisitions, product developers, and business leaders around the world to improve workplace and product health and safety. 

His primary research interests are in the areas of hearing conservation, industrial noise control, and chemical exposure assessment. 

He is the past chair of the AIHA Noise Committee. Mr. Johnson is an active member of both the AIHA Exposure Assessment Committee and the AIHA Student and Early Career Professionals Committee. 

Mr. Johnson is a member of the Medical Ethics Institutional Review Board at the University of Minnesota. He obtained his B.S. in Environmental Science and Chemistry, M.S. in Industrial Hygiene from the University of Minnesota. 

He is a Certified Industrial Hygienist (CIH) and a Certified Safety Professional (CSP).  Mr. Johnson serves as an adjunct professor at the University Of Minnesota School Of Public Health.  


Topic:Hearing Conservation Program and Occupational Noise Exposure Assessment Excellence


Noise induced hearing loss is a common workplace injury around the world. The loss of hearing has a lifelong impact on the individual worker. This presentation will focus on opportunities to improve employee health and safety related to the assessment of human exposure to occupational noise as well as the opportunities for improving hearing conservation programs. While focusing on current trends and data, a discussion of the many opportunities to reduce injury rates and improve future hearing conservation programs will be shared.