IH 1: Describe patterns and mechanisms of occupational/environmental diseases based upon interpretation of epidemiologic evidence and knowledge of toxicological/physiological interaction of hazardous agents with the human body.
IH 2r: Recognize and identify sources of chemical, physical, biological, and ergonomic stressors, and predict qualitative and quantitative aspects of the generation of these stressors
IH 3r: Design programs or procedures to reduce or eliminate occupational and environmental hazards, including the recommendation and evaluation of controls in accordance with the hierarchy of controls.
IH 4: Select and use appropriate strategies and methods for quantitative and qualitative exposure assessment, and apply statistical principles to the collection and interpretation of industrial hygiene, safety, and environmental data.
IH 5: Communicate effectively with all levels of an organization, with the public, and with professional peers concerning health and safety.
IH 6: Interpret and apply relevant occupational and environmental regulations and standards.
IH 7: Understand ethical responsibilities and the impacts of professional practice in the organizational, societal, and global contexts of public health.
IH 8r: Make a business case for occupational/environmental health and safety programs, and promote teamwork, management systems, and workplace culture to develop and sustain such programs.
IH 9: Demonstrate research and critical thinking skills necessary to maintain and enhance one’s professional competence throughout one’s career.
IH 10: Identify vulnerable populations at disparate risk of adverse occupational and/or environmental health outcomes based upon societal inequalities.
Approved by Industrial Hygiene Constituent Committee and OEH Faculty 4/21/2022