sanitarian


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sanitarian

clean and wholesome; a specialist in public sanitation and health
Not to be confused with:
sanatorium – a hospital for the treatment of chronic diseases, such as tuberculosis or mental disorders
sanitarium – an institution for the preservation or recovery of health; a convalescent hospital; a health resort
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san·i·tar·i·an

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

(ˌsænɪˈtɛərɪən)
adj
of or relating to sanitation
n
(Environmental Science) Also called: sanitarist a sanitation expert
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san•i•tar•i•an

(ˌsæn ɪˈtɛər i ən)

adj.
1. sanitary; wholesome.
n.
2. a specialist in public sanitation and health.
[1855–60]
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Translations

san·i·tar·i·an

n. sanitario-a, persona entrenada en problemas de salubridad.
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Study reference for NEHA's Registered Environmental Health Specialist/Registered Sanitarian credential exam.
The minister referred to strategic plan for this year set up which aims to expand the water projects to include a larger range in CiCirural and urban areas as well as expansion of sanitarian sewage networks.
Both facilities passed ADH sanitarian inspection <6 months before the outbreaks; however, review of the inspection records revealed that the inspections did not fully adhere to ADH inspection guidelines for commercial food establishments.
These projects include building hospitals, sanitarian facilities and schools, which are badly needed by the Palestinian, people especially the children of Gaza.
Killdeer Island Club President Peter Luchina said the town already pays the lake sanitarian and a Water Department chemist for their work, which includes collecting and testing the water samples.
Another key success factor is that it has enhanced employee productivity by providing needed information to the sanitarian in the field, eliminating delays caused by the amount of drive time back and forth from the job site and office.
Although the inmates presented an expert report of a "forensic sanitarian," the court noted that the report concluded only that the poor condition of the shower and lack of sanitation "may result" in rashes.
Experiencing international health without really leaving home "opens the eyes, minds, and hearts of students," says registered nurse Joan Engelhardt, who coordinates STEER student training and developed the Environmental Medicine/ Border Health course along with Roger Perales, a registered sanitarian. Perales says the lessons learned in Laredo are applicable everywhere, urban or rural.
Curious students can explore topics of interest in greater detail through vignettes presented by an epidemiologist, laboratorian, or sanitarian (i.e., one of three professionals frequently involved in investigating infectious disease outbreaks) (i.e., EXPLORE WITH AN EXPERT vignettes).
Sanitarians do much the same types of work that industrial hygienists do, but the sanitarian focuses on infractions of environmental and sanitation regulations, particularly as they relate to food processing and service.