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environmental toxicology training

  • Toxicology: An Introduction Course

    This course is presented as an introduction to the field of toxicology. It is aimed at a wide audience, including scientists, engineers, environmental technicians, pesticide applicators, regulators, and anyone wanting to gain a better understanding of the effects of chemicals to human beings.

    By Eduwhere based in Chapel Hill, NORTH CAROLINA (USA). from Toxicology: An Introduction Course Training line

  • CEM 403- Environmental Risk Assessment

    This course begins by examining the definition of risk in the context of environmental management, and compares expert and layman approaches to risk assessment. Course content looks at exposure measurement, toxicology, and epidemiology as ways to assess environmental risk in terms of effects on human health and safety. Difficulties inherent to ...

    By School of the Environment-University of Toronto based in Toronto, ONTARIO (CANADA).

  • Chemical Exposure Training

    This module discusses Hazardous chemicals in general terms with an emphasis on exposure pathways, toxicology, exposure limits and chemical exposure monitoring. Among the major hazard categories discussed are: caustics and corrosives, toxics, carcinogens, flammables and reactives. Legal limits verses recommended limits are discussed in layman's ...

    By Technical Safety Institute based in Fallbrook, CALIFORNIA (USA). from Chemical Exposure Training Training line

  • Toxicology: Pesticides Course

    There is increasing public concern over protecting human and environmental health from the potentially harmful effects of the intended and unintended release of chemicals. Of all the classes of chemicals, pesticides appear to be of highest concern by the public, yet the public has a poor understanding of the basic principles underlying the risk of ...

    By Eduwhere based in Chapel Hill, NORTH CAROLINA (USA). from Toxicology: Pesticides Course Training line

  • HAZWOPER 24 Hour Training

    The 24 Hour HAZWOPER training is applicable to the 'Occasional Site Worker' on a controlled or uncontrolled hazardous waste site. Examples of this type of employee would include truck drivers, surveyors and administrative personnel who have little or no chance of exposure to the wastes involved, or employees who are regularly on site with no ...

    By HAZMAT Plans & Programs, Inc. based in Aurora, COLORADO (USA).

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