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ENVH13002 Environmental Health Risk Management
This course integrates the aspects of environmental health theory and practice covered within other environmental health courses by focusing on current management and policy issues; strategies; tools and approaches. Students will develop an understanding of the different environmental health roles and responsibilities within the three levels of government and how this relates to the current issues facing environmental health managers. During residential school students will be able to apply a range of strategies, tools and approaches to the risk assessment and management practices related to a range of environmental health issues. These issues include: emergency management; communicable disease surveillance and control and indigenous environmental health policy.
Course at a glance
|Requisites:||Prereq: ENVH11001 Health & the Environment|
|Student Contribution Band:||2|
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