Occupational Hygiene in OHS

Overview

Occupational Hygiene in OHS

Occupational hygiene is the science of recognition, evaluation and control of workplace hazards that may result in illness, disease or injury. This course provides students with basic knowledge of airborne hazards, physical hazards, and biological hazards, the common routes of entry for workplace hazards, and related occupational illness and disease. Topics include indoor air quality, ventilation, measurement and sampling for occupational hygiene, and occupational exposure limits. Students also learn about the role of an occupational hygienist within the occupational health and safety team. At the end of the course, students are able to implement occupational hygiene prevention and protection programs.
Course Code:
SFTY-1080
Area of Interest:
Education, Community & Social Services

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