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About the Author:
Mike Harris received an earned research Doctorate from Louisiana State University in 1979 and is President of Hamlin & Harris, Incorporated in Baton Rouge, Louisiana.
In 2002 Dr. Harris was named “Friend of the American Industrial Hygiene Association Press” and in 2003, his book, “Welding Health and Safety: A Field Guide for the OEHS Professional” was selected as “Critic’s Choice” for best non-committee AIHA publication.
He is lead author of Chapter 42 “Confined Spaces in “The Occupational Environment – Its Evaluation and Control” and Editor of “Essential Resources in Industrial Hygiene, A Compendium of Current Practices, Standards and Guidelines.”
Mike is also co-author of “Field Guidelines for Temporary Ventilation of Confined Spaces with an Emphasis on Hotwork” with Stephanie Carter and Lindsay Booher.