PBHL301 : Introduction to Environmental and Occupational Health

This course surveys the history of environmental and occupational health, the continuum from exposure to disease, controls in the workplace, health hazards, legal and regulatory issues, and methods incomprehensive workplace health improvement. Topics may include concepts in current and emerging environmental health issues such as water pollution, sanitation, pesticides, hazardous waste, energy usage, and climate change. Occupational and workplace topics may include health issues as diverse as radiation, biological hazards, injury prevention and social considerations such as stress and harassment.

Prerequisites

PBHL201 Introduction to Public Health.

Recommended Prerequisites:

Overview

Program

Credits

3