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    from the perspectives of anticipation recognition evaluation and control Identify occupational health hazards that may exist in the workplace including ergonomic chemical biological radiological and physical hazards Illustrate how the principles of physics chemistry and biological sciences apply to the practice of industrial hygiene Discuss the history and regulatory background of industrial hygiene including related standards published by agencies such as OSHA MSHA ANSI and NIOSH Evaluate types of hazard

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    fire prevention Describe fire prevention organizations and associations Relate fire prevention laws rules regulations and codes to jurisdiction authority Define the functions of a fire prevention bureau Describe inspection practices and procedures Explain the standards for professional qualifications for fire marshal plans examiner fire inspector fire and life safety educator and fire investigator Explore opportunities in professional development for fire prevention personnel Examine the history and philosophy of fire prevention

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    properties of gases liquids and solids Identify the common units of measurement used in the practice of environmental health and safety and fire science EHS FS such as concentration temperature and pressure Describe the chemistry of some common elements including oxygen ozone hydrogen fluorine chlorine phosphorus sulfur and carbon as applicable to their industrial uses and hazards Apply the principles of chemical interactions to emergency response incidents that occur at home in the workplace or in public sites Identify the hazard classes as outlined by the Department of Transportation DOT and the basic DOT hazardous material regulations related to the identification classification labeling marking and transporting of hazardous materials and response to hazardous material incidents Describe key chemical specific factors or properties that should be considered when managing or responding to incidents involving corrosive materials acids and bases water reactive substances pyrophoric materials toxic substances oxidizers organic compounds and polymeric materials Describe the hazards regulations and precautions that should be taken when handling storing using or transporting DOT regulated explosive and radioactive materials Demonstrate the ability to use resources such as the DOT Emergency Response Guidebook ERG to determine emergency response actions and or management techniques to mitigate hazardous material

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    for posture material handling repetitive motion factors heat stress noise and vibration Examine and evaluate organizational or management centered ergonomic factors for training skills and cognitive task analysis Define the ergonomic factors intrinsic in evaluating accidents human errors and safety related incidents Illustrate and assess the ergonomic factors in computer work station design Discuss and identify key components of cost benefit analysis in human factors and ergonomic design Summarize key

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    processes commonly used in accident investigation to include Event and causal factors analysis Construct an Events and Causal Factors Chart Identify and describe the theoretical fundamentals of Root Cause Analysis Identify and describe tree analysis techniques and how they apply to accident analysis and hazard prevention Identify and describe how corrective actions are generated from the accident analysis process Identify describe and apply the fundamentals and importance of follow up

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    Safety and Health Administration OSHA rulemaking enforcement and adjudication processes Evaluate occupational safety and health regulations and laws Evaluate OSHA s approach to applying the General Duty Clause in enforcement actions Assess employee rights related to workplace safety Describe OSHA citation classifications and related penalties Outline employer rights and responsibilities following an OSHA inspection Examine affirmative defenses used to contest alleged violations Explain enforcement and the judicial review process of

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    Occupational Safety and Health Administration s OSHA construction standards and related safety practices Describe OSHA s multi employer worksite policy Examine common construction hazards and hazard control methods Discuss social demographic issues related to construction safety Apply safety and health management concepts to construction safety Discuss workers compensation programs as they apply to construction settings Evaluate useful training and hazard communication strategies for construction sites PreRequisites None Textbook s NO

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    in the community in terms of vocation Integrate their deepest convictions with the fulfillment of their vocations Evaluate the meaning of their lives in terms of service to others instead of the accumulatio n of wealth and possessions PreRequisites None Textbook s When all you ve ever wanted isn t enough The search for a life that matters Publisher Simon Schuster 11 01 2002 Author Kushner H ISBN 9780743234733 Price

    Original URL path: http://www.waldorf.edu/waldorf/courseinformation/courseinformation.aspx?coursenum=REL%204035 (2016-02-13)
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