Many workers in the pharmaceutical, chemical, consultancy and other industries are aware of the BOHS (British Occupational Hygiene Society) Occupational Hygiene Modules. On completion delegates will understand the processes that give rise to hazardous substance exposure in the workplace, and learn about the methodologies and technologies required to control them. They will understand the effectiveness and limitations of local exhaust ventilation systems, and be able to perform the necessary measurements in order to determine if they are operating effectively.
These modules are intended either for those who need expertise in a particular area of Occupational Hygiene, or for those who wish to complete the six modules (four core and two optional) as a group, as a route to gaining a professional qualification as an Occupationa Hygienist.
* Hazardous Substance Use and Processes
* Workplace Control Principles
* Process Design and Principals
* Ventilation Systems and Performance Assessment
* Personal Protective Equipment
* Administrative Elements