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PREREQUISITE:
This module and all other modules in the Occupational and Nanotechnology Health and Safety Series require that you first complete PubH X600: Occupational and Nanotechnology Health and Safety Pre-course Survey  There are 19 modules in the series. You will only need to complete the survey one time regardless of the number of modules you chose to complete.

(This module is one of 5 units comprising the first section of METPHAST: Introduction to Occupational Hygiene.  There are 15 modules on Nanotechnology Health and Safety, as well. See the section "Additional Information" for more details about these modules.)

In this module you will learn the definition of aerosols, the concepts of particle diameter, size distributions, how to derive surface area and mass from the number of particles, and how to measure concentrations.

Objectives

By the end of the module, learners should be able to:

  • Define "aerosol" and related terms
  • Interpret summary properties of particle distribution
  • Predict the relationship between aerosol source and particle size
  • Describe approaches to measuring airborne particles

For questions regarding course registration, materials, and content, please email cpheo@umn.edu or call 612-626-4515.

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Section Title
Introduction to Occupational Hygiene: Introduction to Aerosols
Type
Online, self paced
Dates
Oct 12, 2017 to Oct 12, 2037
Delivery Options
Self Paced Online  
Course Fee(s)
No Fee non-credit $0.00
Drop Request Deadline
Oct 05, 2017
Transfer Request Deadline
Oct 05, 2017
Section Details

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This module is one of 5 units comprising the first section of METPHAST online learning modules--Introduction to Occupational Hygiene including:

  • Occupational Hygiene Principles
  • Risk Assessment Principles
  • Occupational Health and Safety Regulation and Guidelines
  • Introduction to Aerosols
  • Importance of Particle Size

There are 14 additional modules on Nanotechnology Health and Safety including:

  Introduction to Nanotechnology

 Exposure to Raw Nanomaterials

 Exposure to Nanomaterials in Products

 Nanomaterials in the Environment

 Nanoparticle Health Effects

Sampling Instrumentation for Airborne Nanomaterials

Sampling Strategies for Airborne Nanomaterials

Assessing Dermal Exposures to Nanomaterials

Standards and Regulations Pertinent to Nanomaterials

Work Practice & Administrative Controls and PPE for Nanomaterials

Engineering Controls for Nanomaterials

Air Cleaners for Nanoparticles

Special Situations and Affiliated Hazards for Nanomaterials

 

Disposal of Nanomaterials

 

 

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