Health Hygiene


Standard References
It is difficult to create a comprehensive list of references for Occupational Hygiene. Firstly, a list is required for the practices and methodologies involved with the profession of Occupational Hygi ...
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Examples of occupational hygiene careers
Compliance officer on behalf of regulatory agencyProfessional working on behalf of company for the protection of the workforceConsultant working on behalf of companiesResearcher performing laboratory ...
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Examples of occupational hygiene
See the Related Journals listed above for many examples of the science underlying occupational hygiene and its practical applicationAnalysis of occupational hygiene effects can lead to worker protecti ...
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Professional Credentials
Australia__In 2005, the Australian Institute of Occupational Hygiene (AIOH) has accredited professional occupational hygienist through a certification scheme. Occupational Hygienists in Australian cer ...
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Occupational hygiene peer-reviewed literature
There are several academic journals specifically focused on publishing studies and research in the occupational health field. The Journal of Occupational and Environmental Hygiene (JOEH) has been publ ...
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Professional Societies
The development of industrial hygiene societies originated in the United States, beginning with the first convening of members for the American Conference of Governmental Industrial Hygienists in 1938 ...
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The basis of the technical knowledge of occupational hygiene is from competent training in the following areas of science and management.Basic Sciences (Biology, Chemistry, Mathematics (Statistics), P ...
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General Activities
The occupational hygienist may be involved with the assessment and control of physical, chemical, biological or environmental hazards in the workplace or community that could cause injury or disease. ...
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Workplace Assessment Methods
Although there are many aspects to occupational hygiene work the most known and sought after is in determining or estimating potential or actual exposures to hazards. For many chemicals and physical h ...
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The Social Role of Occupational Hygiene
Occupational hygienists have been involved historically with changing the perception of society about the nature and extent of hazards and preventing exposures in the workplace and communities. Many o ...
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Occupational hygiene
Occupational (or "industrial" in the U.S.) hygiene is the control and prevention of hazards from work that may result in injury, illness, or affect the well being of workers. These hazards or stressor ...
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Oral hygiene and systemic diseases
Several recent clinical studies suggest oral disease and inflammation (oral bacteria oral infections) may be a potential risk factor for serious systemic diseases, such as:Cardiovascular Disease (Hea ...
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Smoking and chewing tobacco are both strongly linked with multiple dental diseases. Regular vomiting, as seen in bulimia nervosa, also causes significant damage.Caffeine products are known to cause te ...
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Food and drink
Foods that help muscles and bones also help teeth and gums. Breads and cereals are rich in vitamin B while fruits and vegetables contain vitamin C, both of which contribute to healthy gum tissue. Lean ...
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Cleaning of teeth__See also: Tooth brushingTeeth cleaning is the removal of dental plaque and tartar from teeth to prevent cavities, gingivitis, gum disease, and tooth decay. Severe gum disease causes ...
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