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S201 Introduction to Industrial Hygiene
Transcript of S201 Introduction to Industrial Hygiene
Clinical Assistant Professor
Industrial Hygiene Lab Director
Majors and Organizations
American Society of Safety Engineers
American Industrial Hygiene Association
Tips for success
Complete all assigned readings from the text.
Review the syllabus and check oncourse before class to keep updated on relevant announcements.
Keep in mind that the power point presentation only provides a summary of key points and concepts contained in the text.
Complete all exercises, questions and activities contained in the power point.
Participate in class discussion and have fun!
Requited text: Vincoli, W. Jeffery, Basic Guide to Industrial Hygiene, John Willey & Sons, Inc.: Toronto, 1995.
Course Description: This course introduces the student to the basis concepts, principles, and techniques in the practice of industrial hygiene. The Industrial Hygiene is concerned with the identification, evaluation, and control of environmental workplace stressors such as physical, chemical and biological hazards Intro activity
Obtain an index card and record the following information about your classmate.
Name, academic major, state or country you were born.
What do you hope to learn this semester?
Something interesting about yourself.
Introduce your classmate.
Table of contents
Chapter 1 background and overview
Chapter 2 regulatory agencies and requirements
Chapter 3 est. an industrial hygiene program
Chapter 4 Understanding human health
Chapter 5 air contaminates
Chapter 6 toxic chemicals and corrosive agents
Chapter 7 Hazards to exposure to energy
Chapter 8 Biological hazards
Chapter 9 ergonomic hazards
Chapter 10 Sampling and monitoring
Chapte11 Industrial hygiene laboratory services
Chapter 12 Additional assistance