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RYERSONOHS 508StaffSpring

OHS 508 Chapter Notes - Chapter 8: Stapes, Logarithmic Scale, Dimensionless Quantity

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Sound is produced by a vibrating object which sets up a corresponding series of pressure fluctations in the air molecules, which then move in the form
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OHS508 Chapter 7: OHS508 WEEK 7 TEXTBOOK NOTES

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Part of the digestive system transfer nutrients, water, and electrolytes from external environment to interventla environment. Toxic chemicals always f
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OHS 508 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Foxygen, Nitrogen Dioxide, Herbicide

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1 litre of air and we breathe approx. 15bpm, multiply this by 60 per hour (which is approx. 900 l per hour) and then by 24 hours, we inhale approx. Res
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OHS 508 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Permissible Exposure Limit, Occupational Hygiene, Occupational Safety And Health

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OHS 508 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Membrane Transport Protein, Mutagen, Ames Test

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Toxicology study of the effects of an agent on a living organism. Distinguishment between toxicity and hazard, hazard regarded as the probability that
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OHS 508 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Toluene Diisocyanate, International Labour Organization, Occupational Disease

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Modern workplaces have many challenges, one is to ensure safe and healthful working conditions. Goal: prevent work-related injury, illness and death, a
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OHS 508 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Ethylene Glycol, Odor Detection Threshold, Dry Cleaning

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Particulates are one of two broad categories of air contaminants, the other is gases and vapours. Particulates that become airborne are also called aer
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OHS 508 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Formaldehyde, Haloalkane, Hydrophile

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Thickness of this layer is different in different areas of the body. Top layer is composed of dead cells called stratum corneum, the keratin layer, or
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