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ENVS2540 - Hazardous Chemicals Handl/Safe
Fall 2011

This is a three-credit undergraduate course and is one in a series of undergraduate courses in Environmental Health and Safety. This course involves a great deal of reading and writing about hazardous chemicals, their use in the workplace, their effects on the environment, and their exposure hazards. Students will be expected to participate in specific hazardous chemical discussions that address their use in the industrial environment, regulatory requirements, human exposure hazards, and precautions that should be used when possible exposure exists.
Prerequisites: BIOL1310, BIOL1315, CHEM1210 and CHEM1215
3 Credits

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