W507 Health Effects Of Hazardous Substances – Malaysia

13 Aug 2018 to 17 Aug 2018 / Kuala Lumpur

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Occupational Health and Safety Training Programme

W507 Health Effects of Hazardous Substances

Module W507  Health Effects of Hazardous Substances provides basic information on intake, metabolism, distribution, and elimination of toxic substances in the body, and provides detailed knowledge on health effects of hazardous chemicals, exposure limits, and control strategies for reducing exposure to chemicals.

This is an essential tool for any industrial hygiene and environmental professionals in making informed decisions to reduce or eliminate exposures to toxic substance.

Learning Objectives

  • Definitions of commonly used toxicological terms
  • Main routes by which hazardous substances can enter the body, and the factors which influence their absorption, distribution, storage, and elimination
  • Main sources of information on hazardous substances and processes
  • Main features of the principal target organs affected by hazardous substances at work, and the factors which influence the degree of harm
  • Describe the main routes of exposure and health effects of hazardous substances commonly encountered in the workplace
  • Basic interpretation of the results from epidemiological studies Industrial processes involving hazardous substances

Upon Completion

  • Participants will receive a certificate from the BOHS after passing the exam
  • Participants will earn 40 contact hours of formal industrial hygiene training which may be applicable towards qualification to sit for the Certified Industrial Hygienist (CIH) examination

About the Certificate Programme

The Occupational Hygiene Training Association (OHTA) offers internationally recognized industrial hygiene training programs. OHTA training modules are supported by the International Occupational Hygiene Association (IOHA),recognized by the American Board of Industrial Hygiene (ABIH) and earn certificates from the British Occupational Hygiene Society (BOHS). Attendees will earn up to 40 hours of IH education credits. Those who are already certified by the ABIH can earn CM points required to maintain their CIH designation.


If you have a group of six or more, then we can design a bespoke programme to meet your business needs, including a session’s pack with examples, models, user-driven content and custom case studies to suit your business objectives.



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