Diploma in Occupational Hygiene - Revised
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The skin is the largest organ of the body and is made up of multiple layers of epithelial tissues, and guards the underlying muscles, bones, and internal organs. This course will teach you how different parts of the body are at risk of developing health issues due to inadequate occupational hygiene. You will learn how toxins enter the body as well as study the general approaches used to control health risks. You will also learn the most effective types of control measures used to prevent exposure to hazardous agents.
A fundamental difference between chemical and biological hazards is that biological agents, whether bacteria, viruses, or molds, have the ability in the right conditions to rapidly replicate themselves. This course will teach you about biological hazards and how chemical and biological agents can be harmful to you. You will study noise and vibrations, thermal environment, and workplace environment. You will learn how to carry out a behavioral intervention to ensure a safe working environment. In addition, you will look into careers that are associated with occupational hygiene.
The increase in industrial activities has been driving more and more employees to become exposed to hazards in the workplace. This is why it is important to know how to monitor and assess different hazards to ensure their health and safety. Taking this course will help you understand human physiology and industrial diseases. You will also learn about the fundamentals of toxicology and hazardous substances, and more! So check out this course today, and start enriching your knowledge about occupational hygiene, health and safety, and workplace safety.
After completing this course, you will be able to:
- Explain the functions of occupational hygiene
- Identify examples of hazardous substances
- Explain the process of assessing health risks
- Describe the types of air cleaning devices
- List the three physical states of matter
- Define the process for sampling airborne particulates, gases, and vapours
- Explain the three main categories of biological agents and the differences between them
- Explain the psychological responses to the thermal environment
- List the various types of non-ionising and ionising radiation
- Explain how occupational hygiene affects your personal development
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