Fighting infectious diseasesInfectious, or communicable, diseases are a major global health concern. Managing and preventing the spread of diseases takes a concerted public health effort to deal with deadly outbreaks, epidemics and pandemics.
Physical and Biological Hazards of the WorkplaceProvides updated information on protecting workers from proven and possible health risks from manual material handling, extremes of temperature and pressure, ionizing and non-ionizing (magnetic fields) radiation, shiftwork, and more Details major changes in our understanding of biological hazards including Ebola, Chikungunya, Zika, HIV, Hepatitis C, Lyme disease, MERS-CoV, TB, and much more
Infectious diseases, research and treatmentCovers all aspects of infectious and sexually transmitted diseases in humans, including research, prevention, immunization, diagnosis, management, and treatment, bacterial, viral and fungal infections, relevant pathophysiology, genetics and epidemiology.
COVID-19--Practicing prevention in the workplace.A range of challenges are faced when COVID-19 prevention measures are to be followed at the workplace. Most of the sectors demand people to work in close proximity and many a time the management does not have contingency measures to tackle such a crisis.
Mould ExposureThis video shows how mould can grow quickly on damp materials such as cardboard, paper, wood, and drywall. As mould grows, it releases spores into the air. Exposure to mould spores can affect your health, especially if you have allergies, asthma, or a weak immune system.
Biological Hazards - ComcareBiological hazards are organic substances that pose a threat to the health of humans and other living organisms.
Biological Hazards - University of WABiological hazards can pose the potential risk of contracting infectious diseases. When working with biological agents knowledge of appropriate safety protocols and procedures is essential.