Environmental Health Hazards

Environmental health hazards may be biological, chemical, physical, biomechanical or psychosocial in nature. Environmental health hazards include traditional hazards of poor sanitation and shelter, as well as agricultural and industrial contamination of air, water, food and land. Environmental health risks result from people interacting with hazards in the surrounding environment. In order to prevent environmental health hazards affecting our health, it is very important to be aware of the hazards and to take steps to manage the risks. Some majorly deals with general environmental health hazards, and not extremes of climate, occupational hazards, chemical hazards, physical hazards and hazards associated with food also may be the reason.

The health effects of toxic substances and hazardous wastes are not yet fully understood. Research to better understand how these exposures may impact health is ongoing. Meanwhile, efforts to reduce exposures continue. Reducing exposure to toxic substances and hazardous wastes is fundamental to environmental health.

  • Environmental Health and Biological Hazards
  • Environmental Health and Chemical Hazards
  • Environmental Health and Physical Hazards
  • Environmental Health and Mechanical Hazards
  • Environmental Health and Psychological Hazards

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