Biological Health Hazards
Biological health hazards agents include viruses, bacterial, fungi, other microorganisms and their associated toxins. These organisms are widespread in the natural environment. Because many microbes reproduce rapidly and require minimal resources for survival, they are a potential danger in a wide variety of occupational settings.
This course discusses the biological health hazards that workers may find, such as exposure to silica, asbestos, hazardous chemicals, excessive noise and extreme temperatures.
This programme is delivered over two days and can be offered at our offices, in-house or distance learning.