The Essentials of Air Sampling from Strategy to Solutions

by | Sep 15, 2021

Webinar introducing a workflow approach to guide the user from the strategy decision to the sample media selection process for air monitoring methods.

If you're looking for a course that will guide you, the user, from the strategy decision to the sample media selection process using a workflow approach for air monitoring methods, this on-demand webinar will meet your needs. For further details and to register, click below.


Duration: Approximately 60 minutes

Environmental Health & Safety professionals are tasked to monitor, assess, develop, and execute air sampling strategies based upon contaminant risk levels in indoor, outdoor and workplace environments. Using a workflow approach, this course will guide the user from the strategy decision to the sample media selection process – when to use active or passive sampling devices, air sampling considerations, and the limitations of laboratory instrumentation to achieve the desired solution for their application.

By viewing this presentation you will learn...

  • a practical workflow approach to selecting air monitoring methods and related air sampling media devices to fit your applications
  • the fundamental differences between active and passive sampling devices, when to use or not to use them noting the advantages and disadvantages of each type
  • how analytical instrumentation plays a role in selection of air sampling media devices and their capabilities.

The Presenter

Kristen_Shultz_80Kristen Schultz
(MilliporeSigma, Bellefonte, PA, USA)

Kristen Schultz holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Biochemistry from the Pennsylvania State University and a Master of Business Administration in Marketing from the New York Institute of Technology. She is the Global Franchise Product Manager for Air Monitoring & GC Consumables. Prior to Merck, she worked in quality assurance and control (QA/QC) management; HAACP; equipment and process validation (IQ/OQ/PQ); and manufacturing management in the food/beverage, life sciences and medical device industries.

The life science business of Merck KGaA, Darmstadt, Germany operates as MilliporeSigma in the U.S. and Canada.


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