Occupational Hygienist, HRHSE Health Safety and Environment
- (780) 289-6275
2-10 Materials Management Building
8415 - 117 St NWEdmonton ABT6G 2R3
Contract Instructor, Faculty of Extension - Health Safety Environment & Planning Unit
EXOS 4571 - Strategic Operations and Management
Managing health and safety requires an in-depth understanding of how to effectively coordinate safety with other business units and business priorities. Learn how OHS professionals can use their knowledge and skills to integrate health and safety throughout their organization. Gain an understanding of foundational organizational theory with a focus on practical applications of business acumen. Explore key concepts such as governance, operational and strategic planning, project management, legislative requirements, management system review, stakeholder accountabilities, and managing others.
EXOS 4622 - Fundamentals of Occupational Hygiene
Occupational Hygiene is the science devoted to the recognition, evaluation and control of workplace hazards that may result in illness or injury. This introductory course is designed to provide a basic understanding of some of the key concepts in Occupational Hygiene, including routes of entry of contaminants into the body, classification of hazards, occupational exposure limits, and methods of controlling workplace exposures. In addition, the student will be introduced to methods of evaluation including the development of sampling strategies.