Hygiene of populated placesISSN: 2707-0441 eISSN: 2707-045X
Issue 69, 2019   -   Pages: 122-126
METHODOLOGICAL BASIS OF ECOLOGICAL AND HYGIENIC ASSESSMENT OF ELECTROMAGNETIC RADIATION AND AVIATION NOISE JOINT EFFECT
V.Yu. Dumanskyi1, N.G. Nikitina1, S.V. Bitkin1, P.V. Semashko1, S.V. Zotov1, A.P. Bezverkha1, A.V. Koblianska1, S.S. Halak1, Ye.A. Serdiuk1, A.V. Gots1
1 STATE INSTITUTION O.M. MARZIEIEV INSTITUTE FOR PUBLIC HEALTH NAMSU

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https://doi.org/10.32402/hygiene2019.69.122

SUMMRY:
The aim was to substantiate scientifically and to improve the current theoretical approaches to the assessment of the effect of electromagnetic and acoustic pollution on the environment, to sub-stantiate the measures aimed at the environmental improvement and disease prevention.
Electromagnetic and acoustic radiation of the residential area adjacent to civil aviation air-ports was the subject of the study.
The results and their discussion. The identification of the technogenic load of electromagnetic and acoustic radiation on the population and airport workers is the most important element of envi-ronmental monitoring at the siting of civil aviation airports.
The method for the determination of the technogenic load of these factors, from the point of view of their impact on human health and establishment of the maximum acceptable levels, has been proposed.
A need to meet the requirements of the methodology in design of siting of residential buildings and places for human stay at the adjacent territories hasa been shown.
Conclusion. Implementation of proposed methodical approach to the environmental hygienic assessment of joint effect of electromagnetic and acoustic radiation will allow the state of human hab-itat to be assessed in terms of health effects and the safe conditions to be created for this purpose.

KEYWORDS:
electromagnetic and acoustic radiation, joint action, technogenic load, disease prevention.

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FOR CITATION:
Dumanskyi V.Yu., Nikitina N.G., Bitkin S.V., Semashko P.V., Zotov S.V., Bezverkha A.P., Koblianska A.V., Halak S.S., Serdiuk Ye.A., Gots A.V. Metodolohichni osnovy ekoloho-hihiienichnoi otsinky sumisnoi dii elektromahnitnoho vyprominiuvannia ta aviatsiinoho shumu [Methodological basis of ecological and hygienic assessment of electromagnetic radiation and aviation noise joint effect]. In : Hihiiena naselenykh mists : zb. nauk. pr. [Hygiene of Populated Places]. Kyiv ; 2019 ; 69 : 122-126 (in Ukrainian).