Environmental Health (Graduate Studies) 612

Environmental Health (Graduate Studies) 612 ENVH612
Environmental Management III 3 (3-0-0-0)

An overview of infection control and emergency preparedness, and the public health concerns relating to solid and liquid waste management systems. A review of the solid waste disposal system will include municipal waste systems, biomedical waste, composting, and incineration. Liquid waste management will include discussions on municipal wastewater treatment and private liquid waste disposal. Infection control principles will be discussed, allowing for the control and reduction of communicable disease transmission within institutions. The principles, practices and theory of emergency preparedness and planning to deal with all public health emergencies will also be discussed.

Note: Open to students in the Graduate Diploma in Environmental Public Health Practice or by permission of the department.

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