This two-day workshop was designed to educate attendees on the best practices and state-of-the-art approaches for developing compliant operator enclosure air quality. It is focused on the engineer control requirements, design requirements, and the standard and regulatory landscape which drive operator enclosure air quality. Attendees will develop a working knowledge of cab fundamentals allowing them to successfully navigate ISO 23875. The workshop tuition includes the ACTW workbook and a fully illustrated guide through the material.

Course topics include:

  • review of ISO 23875 with Amendment 1

  • integration of HVAC, particle and gas filtration, and enclosure subcomponents for ISO 23875 compliance

  • ISO, EN, and national standards which impact operator air quality

  • advanced cab theory topics, e.g., cab pressurization, filter balance theory, air quality testing methods, and best practice.

  • field case studies

  • in-class working group consulting and design assignments

  • real-time interaction with a fully functional cab


The workshop is designed for:

  • industrial hygienist

  • manufacturer design engineers

  • maintenance engineers

  • reliability engineers

  • cab technicians

  • HVAC technicians

  • aftermarket retrofit technicians

  • anyone with interest in operator enclosure air quality