The Radiation Protection Act 2003 makes provisions for protection of people against the risks from ionising radiations. What is the health effects associated with exposure to sources of non-ionising radiation widely used in everyday life. Your answer must comprise three instances of such type of radiation and precautions to be observed.
Name two analytical techniques commonly employed in Industrial Hygiene. Demonstrate your answer with two typical instances.
Name five (5) elements of a typical local exhaust ventilation system and their respective functions.
The standard service illuminance for particular work activities is given in lux. What units are employed in calculating lux and which instrument is employed to appraise the lighting level in a workplace?
What are the units commonly employed in occupational exposure limits for quantifying the concentration of dust particles, gases or vapours and fibres?