OEH Seminar: Perspectives on mitigating exposure to engineered nanomaterials in the workplace
Friday, December 7, 2018 12:30 pm to 01:30 pm
Gage Building, Room 108, 223 College Street (enter off Ross Street), University of Toronto
Environmental and Occupational Health
In Person; Webinar
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Occupational exposure to engineered nanomaterials is an issue of concern, as production and application of nanotechnology grows rapidly. This presentation provides an overview of the unique properties of engineered nanomaterials and the potential for exposure in the workplace. Out of a variety of national and international perspectives on reducing occupational exposures, two approaches are the most widely applied. One is the Harmonized Tiered Approach to assess potential exposures in workplaces. The other is the Control Banding Approach, which refers to the selection of control measures based on hazard and exposure.
Presenter: Dr. Pat Rasmussen
Dr. Pat Rasmussen is a Research Scientist with Health Canada, where she has focussed on nanotechnology research for the past ten years. Pat obtained her MSc degree from the University of Toronto and her BSc and PhD degrees from the University of Waterloo, and has been an Adjunct Professor at the University of Ottawa since 1999.
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