ENV 215 - Industrial Hygiene
This course will provide the student with a basic understanding of the role of the industrial hygienist in protecting workers from occupational injury or disease. This course focuses on understanding how agents such as chemicals, particulates, noise, heat stress, radiation and repetitive motion cause occupational injury or disease, and how best to evaluate and control those hazards. A hands-on evaluation of a workplace is performed. This course builds upon the experience of the instruments used in ENV 214 .
Co-requisite: ENV 110
Prerequisite: ENV 214
Credits: 3(Lec: 2 Lab: 3)
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