Occupational Health hazards and safety

Biological agents including micro-organisms and toxins produced by living organisms, can cause health problems among workers. Influenza is an example of a biological hazard that affects a large population of workers. Occupational Health hazards results from exposure in the workplace to a physical, chemical or biological agent in such a way that his normal physiological mechanisms are affected and the health of the worker is impaired.

  • Identifying and handling biological agent threats
  • Occupational health hazards and illnesses
  • Microbiology of the built environment
  • Domestic and Indoor Microbiology
  • Contamination and cross contamination on hospital surfaces and medical equipment

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