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Grantee Name: William Marsh Rice University Grant Number: SH-21008-10 Grant Year: 2010

The grantee presented training on the safe handling of nano materials. The target audience were workers whose primary responsibility was safety within small-to-medium sized chemical companies that manufacture or process nano materials. Training materials include PowerPoint presentations and a student manual.

Nanotechnology Industry

Title Length Format File Size
Introduction to Nanomaterials and Occupational Health
Module 1: Introduction to Nanotechnology and Nanomaterials 30 slides PPTX* 4.2 MB
Module 2: What Workers Need to Know about Nanomaterial Toxicology 28 slides PPTX* 967 KB
Module 3: Assessing Exposures to Nanomaterials in the Workplace 49 slides PPTX* 8.8 MB
Module 4: Controlling Exposures to Nanomaterials 81 slides PPTX* 8.8 MB
Module 5: Risk Management Approaches for Nanomaterial Workplaces 56 slides PPTX* 1.8 MB
Module 6: Regulations and Standards Relevant to Nanomaterial Workplaces 38 slides PPTX* 2.3 MB
Module 7: Tools and Resources for Further Study 26 slides PPTX* 3.4 MB
Introduction to Nanomaterials and Occupational Health Student Manual 92 pages PDF* 6.6 MB

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