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Occupational Health | Bulletin | No.OH0008 V 1 | 29 February 2024

Webinar series to support high-quality spirometry

Resources Safety and Health Queensland (RSHQ) conducts ongoing regulatory activity to ensure spirometry under the Coal Mine Workers’ Health Scheme (the Scheme) is performed to a high standard. These important tests aid in the early detection of occupational respiratory diseases like coal workers’ pneumoconiosis and silicosis.

RSHQ has found some areas where spirometry can be improved and recently held a three-part webinar series on the mandatory requirements of the 2022 TSANZ Standards for the delivery of spirometry for resource workers. Three case study recordings on spirometry interpretation were also included.

These resources are provided to assist RSHQ approved spirometry practices deliver high quality spirometry in accordance with their obligations under the Scheme.

All recordings are now available to view via the links below.

Accessing the webinar recordings

Spirometry Webinar 1 – Writing a Spirometry Procedure Manual - https://youtu.be/HExbjjd6EX4

Spirometry Webinar 2 – Performing Spirometry Quality Control - https://youtu.be/ZbpFqzjMUiE

Spirometry Webinar 3 – Requirements of a Spirometry Report - https://youtu.be/eju4P3BYtWQ

Accessing the case study recordings

Spirometry Interpretation – Case Study 1 - https://youtu.be/ylSX4agbMcw

Spirometry Interpretation – Case Study 2 - https://youtu.be/ZbWrQIkEtrY

Spirometry Interpretation – Case Study 3 - https://youtu.be/JTYnJDDn2bk

Further information

For further information or questions about the recordings, please call (07) 3199 4853 or email jarrod.warner@rshq.qld.gov.au.

Authorised by Patrick Jensen - Other delegate

Contact: Jarrod Warner, Manager, Clinical Quality , 07 3199 4853

Issued by Resources Safety & Health Queensland

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