Workplaces typically represent many unseen but highly hazardous risks. These include air quality, sound pressures, temperature extremes, workstation design, and more. Knowing basic identification and management principles to deal with these common workplace hazards will enable a much more effective health, safety and environmental management program. Topics include: Fundamental Concepts and Principles, Routes of Entry of Harmful Agents, Noise, Particulates, Temperature Extremes, Biological Hazards, Solvents, Methods of Control, and Personal Protective Equipment.

Students interested in taking this course can contact uFred@lambtoncollege.ca for more information on registering.

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