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RYERSONOHS 322Eric LiberdaFall

OHS 322 Study Guide - Comprehensive Final Exam Guide - Xenobiotic, Metabolism, Toxicology

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Learning objectives: history of toxicology, basic concepts of exposure, basic concepts of dose, dose-response relationships. What is toxicology: the sc
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RYERSONOHS 718Dave MestonFall

OHS 718- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 113 pages long!)

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For a health and safety management system to operate there must necessarily be some programs which are fundamental, basic or core in that they enable t
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RYERSONOHS 208Peter StrahlendorfSpring

OHS 208- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 56 pages long!)

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Upon completion of the course, the student should: Understand basic legal terminology: categories of law, principles, and concepts -- being able to giv
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RYERSONOHS 208Dwight BarrattWinter

OHS 208- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 46 pages long!)

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Law is a form of social control in the sense that it can be used to influence and change peoples" behaviours. There are some behaviours that society wi
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RYERSONOHS 208Busuyi ArosoWinter

OHS 208- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 80 pages long!)

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Ohs module 1 notes legal concepts 1 define law simply as a set of rules made by the government that are enforceable in the court of law. Law is a form
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RYERSONOHS 208Dwight BarrattWinter

OHS 208- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 35 pages long!)

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Law is a form of social control in the sense that it can be used to influence and change peoples" behaviours. There are some behaviours that society wi
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RYERSONOHS 608Peter StrahlendorfSpring

OHS 608 Study Guide - Final Guide: Residual-Current Device, Ventricular Fibrillation, Live Wires

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RYERSONOHS 208Peter StrahlendorfWinter

OHS 208 Final: OHS208 - Unit 9 - Right to Know – WHMIS Chemical Control

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RYERSONOHS 208Peter StrahlendorfWinter

OHS 208 Study Guide - Final Guide: No Liability, Subrogation, Lump Sum

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Wsia, 1997: changed name in 1997 from workers" compensation act, workplace = it"s not just workers, safety = prevention, insurance = it"s not welfare.
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RYERSONOHS 208Peter StrahlendorfWinter

OHS 208 Study Guide - Final Guide: Occupational Hygiene, Canada Labour Code, Occupational Safety And Health

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Unit 7: health and safety committees (the right to participate) Canada labour code: policy health and safety committees. For the purposes of addressing
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RYERSONOHS 208Peter StrahlendorfWinter

OHS 208 Study Guide - Final Guide: Trade Secret, Due Diligence, Endangerment

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Government inspectors and officers, compensation boards, appeal boards, safety associations and others are all part of a system , external to the workp
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RYERSONOHS 208Peter StrahlendorfWinter

OHS 208 Study Guide - Final Guide: Developmental Disability, Police Services Act Of Ontario, Endangerment

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Unit 8: federal jurisdiction refusal to work if danger. 128(2) no refusal permitted in certain dangerous circumstances. Note: certain occupations requi
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