Courses

EH 262: Introduction to the Work Environment

The course comprises introductory lectures and discussions on key aspects of industrial hygiene and occupational health covering recognition, evaluation and control of health hazards at work. Consideration is given to chemical, physical and biological hazards, and the criteria for the evaluation of each. 
Notes: While intended primarily for students planning a career in occupational health, this course provides background to the subject for students studying environmental issues and is strongly recommended for students intending to take ID263.

Professor: 

Robert Herrick
James Stewart

Season: 

Fall

Days: 

M

Time: 

1:30-3:20

Course ID: 

190190

Research Areas: 

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