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MNTC 308 Safety and Occupational Health W/S/OL | 3


Lecture: 3
Lab: 0
Tutorial: 0
This course is designed to help develop skills and knowledge about industrial occupational health and safety practices, in general, and to relate their applications to the mining industry in particular. The course will affirm a societal rationale and framework for the implementation of due diligence in health, safety and environmental control. The course will consider the five principal categories of workplace environmental factors that may lead to ill health/death, and introduces the strategies and techniques of exposure assessment, relative to both regulatory and professional standards, and control as part of the Anticipation -Recognition -Evaluation -Communication -Control sequence. In addition to providing the basic tools for undertaking occupational health risk assessment/management, the course will review fundamental industrial, chemical, (non - toxicological) hazards and risks and provide the basic tools for undertaking occupational health risk assessment and management. Available Online. Must be enrolled in the BTECH program.

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