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Course materials for GENAG 711 are  intended solely for noncommercial educational uses. Reproduction and redistribution are permitted only with the written permission of the author. If you have questions, please contact Mitch Ricketts: mrickett@ksu.edu

All official course materials are located on the K-State Online web site for GENAG 711. Materials on this site serve only as unofficial examples of course content.

Syllabus

Unofficial Syllabus

IMPORTANT: The official syllabus changes each semester. The official syllabus is located on the K-State Online web site for this course

Health Hazard Project

Unofficial Health Hazard Project Instructions

Important: Instructions for the Health Hazard Project are subject to change each semester. The official version is located on the K-State Online official course web site.

Alternative Assignments

Unofficial Alternative Assignment Instructions

Important: Alternative assignment instructions are subject to change each semester. The official version is located on the K-State Online official course web site.

Learning Units

Important: Official course materials are subject to change each semester and are located on the K-State Online official course web site.

Unit 1 Introduction [Under construction]

Unit 2 Respiratory system and airborne hazards [Under construction]

Unit 3 Skin and dermatological hazards [Under construction]

Unit 4 Auditory system and hazards to hearing [Under construction]

Unit 5 Eyes and hazards to vision Some Instructional Videos are Online for this Unit

Unit 6 Industrial toxicology [Under construction]

Unit 7 Ionizing radiation Many Instructional Videos are Online for this Unit

Additional Content: Musculoskeletal disorders and ergonomics [Under construction]

Additional Content: Biological Hazards [Under construction]

Additional Content: Thermal stress [Under construction]

Additional Content: Nonionizing radiation [Under construction]