Students develop an understanding of industrial hygiene terminology, principles, and practices by examining four key processes in an effective industrial hygiene effort – anticipation, recognition, evaluation, and control. Discussions on when to use a qualified industrial hygienist are held throughout the course.
Upon completion of the course, students will be able to recognize and evaluate potential and existing chemical, physical, ergonomic, and biological hazards; employ general engineering and administrative controls; and conduct an industrial hygiene walk-through survey.
- Air sampling/indoor air quality
- Biological and chemical hazards
- Physical hazards
- PPE/respiratory protection
- Standards and guidelines
- Interactive activities include:
- Small and large group discussions
- Problem analysis through case studies
- PPE demonstrations and hands-on practice
- Development of on-the-job plans
- Opportunities to share with other professionals
Safety, health, environmental, and management personnel with industrial hygiene responsibilities but limited training or experience in industrial hygiene.
National Safety Council - Nebraska Chapter
3111 Oak View Drive, Omaha, NE