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sanitarian

 [san″ĭ-tar´e-an]
a public health worker skilled in surveillance of food services, water and air pollution, and sewage planning and control.

san·i·tar·i·an

(san'i-tār'ē-ăn),
One who is skilled in sanitation and public health.
[L. sanitas, health, fr. sanus, sound]

sanitarian

/san·i·tar·i·an/ (san″ĭ-tar´e-an) one skilled in sanitation and public health science.

sanitarian

(săn′ĭ-târ′ē-ən)
n.
A public health or sanitation expert.

sanitarian

Etymology: L, sanitas, health
a health professional who is an expert in the science of public health.

san·i·tar·i·an

(san'i-tar'ē-ăn)
One who is skilled in sanitation and public health.
[L. sanitas, health, fr. sanus, sound]

sanitarian

one skilled in sanitation and public health science.
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I believe that every professional using the title of environmental health specialist, sanitarian, or similar title, or are administering regulatory environmental health services on behalf of a unit of government, should be credentialed as an environmental health specialist or sanitarian.
ADH sanitarians inspected each prison's kitchen and dining facilities after receiving reports of illness.
Sanitarians working in the field use a wireless Internet connection to receive new assignments.
Curious students can explore topics of interest in greater detail through vignettes presented by an epidemiologist, laboratorian, or sanitarian (i.
There were certainly limitations on the numbers which could be served by haphazard, independent systems without significantly increasing environmental depredations, as sanitarians discovered in the 1870s and later.
If others confirm the Wisconsin data, Snyder says, sanitarians may have to alter their advocacy in favor of wood, But, he adds, considering how slowly practices change in the food business, 10 years after such confirmatory data came in "sanitarians would probably still be requiring [retail establishments] to use J.
Included are ecologists, ergonomists, health and regulatory inspectors, health physicists, industrial hygienists, pollution control engineers, public health microbiologists, safety professionals, and sanitarians.
Grenawitzke is past president of the National Environmental Health Association and past president of the American Academy of Sanitarians.
The Sanitarian (original title of the Journal until 1962) was first published by the National Association of Sanitarians (changed to NEHA in 1970) in June 1938.
In addition to serving as the 2008 president of the West Virginia Public Health Association, Bayer was chair of the West Virginia Board of Registration for Sanitarians and previously served as president of the West Virginia Association of Sanitarians.
The PCT Media Group (Cleveland, OH), the publisher of Pest Control Technology and a division of GIE Media, has begun the publication of Quality Assurance & Food Safety (QAFS), a new quarterly magazine targeted to quality assurance managers, sanitarians and food safety professionals.