Occupational hygienists are involved at the interface of people and their workplaces using science and engineering to prevent ill health caused by the work environment and specialise in the assessment and control of risks to health caused from workplace exposure to hazards.
The term Occupational Hygiene is generally defined as “the art and science dedicated to the Anticipation, Recognition, Evaluation, Communication and Control of environmental stressors in, or arising from, the work place that may result in injury, illness, impairment, or affect the well-being of workers and members of the community”. These stressors are normally divided into the categories Biological, Chemical, Physical, Ergonomic and Psychosocial.
Where there is the potential for injury or illness to arise from the presence of Biological, Chemical, Physical, Ergonomic and Psychosocial hazards, then the PCBU (Person Conducting Business Undertaking/business owner) must determine the level of risk.
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