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J. Grant Esler

Visiting Lecturer
Department of Civil Engineering Technology, Environmental Management and Safety
College of Engineering Technology

585-475-5028
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J. Grant Esler

Visiting Lecturer
Department of Civil Engineering Technology, Environmental Management and Safety
College of Engineering Technology

Education

BS, Boston University; MPH, University of Michigan; CIH, CPE, CSP

585-475-5028

Currently Teaching

ESHS-620
3 Credits
This course is an overview of the occupational safety management tools and techniques utilized in today's industry. Topics examined include OSHA requirements, record keeping, guarding, electrical safety, material handling, welding, fire prevention, excavation, medical surveillance, worker's compensation, inspection techniques, auditing, committees, incentives, and voluntary programs.
ESHS-611
3 Credits
This course will provide students with an overview of the fundamentals of industrial hygiene. Emphasis will be on the toxicological effects of various industrial substances, on the body, monitoring and personal sampling for these substances and personal protection against such substances. Students who have completed ESHS-511 Occupational Health may not receive credit for this course.
ESHS-512
1 Credits
Weekly labs and associated reports develop skills and understanding of calibration and use of air sampling equipment and other instrumentation to assess workplace health hazards. Hands-on practical hazardous material response. Students who complete the course will receive OSHA HAZWOPER 40 hour certification.
ESHS-320
3 Credits
This course is an overview of the occupational safety management tools and techniques utilized in today's industry. Topics examined include OSHA requirements, record keeping, guarding, electrical safety material handling, welding, fire prevention, excavation, medical surveillance, worker's compensation, inspection techniques, auditing, committees, incentives, and voluntary programs.
ESHS-150
3 Credits
This course presents an overview of the principles of environmental sustainability, health and safety that allows students to think critically about current environmental sustainability, health and safety issues.
ESHS-511
3 Credits
This course will provide students with the the fundamentals of industrial hygiene and public health. Emphasis will be on the toxicological effects of various chemical, biological, and physical insults on the body, monitoring and personal sampling for these substances, personal protection, and controls against such substances will be covered.
ESHS-225
3 Credits
This course is designed to cover construction health and safety hazards and will study OSHA regulations in depth. Students get to handle and investigate construction safety issues, the OSHA standards addressing trench excavation, scaffolding, temporary electric circuits, fall protection, HAZCOM, underground construction are studied.
ESHS-797
3 Credits
This course provides an opportunity for students to demonstrate their capabilities developed through their course of study to design, develop, and/or evaluate an EHS management related project culminating in a written report or manuscript and presentation.
ESHS-530
3 Credits
Discussion of machine safety with emphasis on hazard analysis, risk estimation, safeguarding techniques, and electrical safety. Particular attention will be paid to applicable OSHA, ANSI, NFPA, and EN standards as they relate to wood, metal, films, and automation. Elements of the course will change regularly to reflect emerging issues in industry.
ESHS-630
3 Credits
Discussion of machine safety with emphasis on hazard analysis, risk estimation, safeguarding techniques, and electrical safety. Particular attention will be paid to applicable OSHA, ANSI, NFPA, and EN standards as they relate to wood, metal, films, and automation. Elements of the course will change regularly to reflect emerging issues in industry.