Biological Health Hazards
Biological health hazards include bacteria, viruses, parasites and moulds or fungi. They can pose a threat to human health when they are inhaled, eaten or come in contact with skin. They can cause illness such as food poisoning, tetanus, respiratory infections or parasite infection. We provide expertise and resources on monitoring and controlling biological hazards that are transmitted through food, air or water.
PHO Rounds: Legionella Outbreak Investigations: A Practical Approach, Part III
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This three-part series provides a practical overview of public health investigations of legionellosis, including assessment of the epidemiology, potential environmental sources, appropriate clinical and environmental testing, and environmental control and remediation.
Updated 16 June 2021
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