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Peng-Jy Tsai

Peng-Jy Tsai

Distinguished Professor

Ph.D, in Industrial Hygiene, University of Minnesota

Tel: +886-6-235-3535 ext. 5806

Email:pjtsai@mail.ncku.edu.tw

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Speciality and Domain

  • Occupational Safety and Health Management
  • Noise Measurement and Control
  • Industrial Safety and health policy
  • Thermal Hazard Assessment and Control
  • Air Pollution Control
  • Exposure and Health-risk Assessment

Course

  • Industrial Hygiene and Environmental Health
  • Advanced Exposure Assessment for workplace
  • Aerosol Technology
  • Industrial Ventilation
  • Modeling Occupational Exposure
  • Occupational Safety and Health Law and Regulation
  • Characterization of Air Pollutants
  • Public Health

Education

  • Ph.D, in Industrial Hygiene, University of Minnesota

Experience

  • Distinguished Professor, Department of environmental and Occupational Health, National Cheng Kung University
  • Associate Vice President for Academic Affairs, National Cheng Kung University
  • Dean/Professor, School of Public Health/Dept. Occup. Safety & Health,China Medical University
  • Director, Environmental Protection,Safety and Hygien Center
  • President, Taiwan Ocupational Health Association (TOHA)
  • Visiting Research Professor, Dept. Energy, Environmental and Chemical Engineering Washington University in St. Louis
  • Director, Dept. Environ. Occup. Health. National Cheng Kung university
  • Lecturer, Associate ProfessrDept. Environ. Occup. Health. National Cheng Kung university
  • Senior Researcher and Section Chief, Safety and Health Exhibition: Institute of Occupational Safety and Health, Council of Labor Affairs
  • Senior Industrial Hygiene Inspector, Department of Labor Inspection, Council of Labor Affairs
  • Industrial Hygiene Inspector, Taiwan Provincial Labor Inspection Bureau Industrial Hygiene Inspector
  • Editor/Editorial board member: Aerosol and Air Quality Research, 2011 to present (SCI Journal)
  • Editor/Editorial board member: TheScientificWorldJournal (Atmospheric Sciences Domain), 2011 to present (SCI Journal)
  • Editor/Editorial board member: Frontiers in Oncology (Cancer Epidemiology and Prevention Section), 2011 to present (SCI Journal)
  • Editor/Editorial board member: Safety and Health at Work (SH@W), 2010 to present
  • Editor/Editorial board member: Industrial Safety Quarterly Journal, 2002 to present
  • Editor/Editorial board member: Journal of Occupational Safety and Health, 2001 to 2010
  • Member, Recommended Exposure Limits for Chemical Substance, Institute of Occupational Safety and Health (IOSH), 2003 to present
  • Member, Occupational Disease Reviewing Board, Council of Labor Affairs, Executive Yuan, Taiwan. 2003 to present.
  • Consultant, Environmental Protection Unit, Ministry of Education, Taiwan, 2002 to present
  • Committee Member, Air Pollution Protection Committee, Tainan County, Chia-Yi City, and Tainan City, 2002 to present
  • President of Taiwan Occupational Health Association (TOHA) (2005-2008)
  • President Emeritu of Taiwan Occupational Health Association (TOHA)(2008-present)
  • Member of Taiwan Occupational Health Association (TOHA)(1996-present)
  • Member of Taiwan Occupational Safety Association (TOSA) (2009-present)
  • Member of Industrial Safety & Health Association, ROC (2006-present)
  • Member of Chinese Association for Aerosol Research in Taiwan (CAART) (1998-present)
  • Member of Taiwan Indoor Air Quality Association (CAART) (2007-present)
  • Member of Taiwan Occupational Safety Association (2008-present)

Publication

 

Papers

1. Wang, Y.-F., Kuo, Y.-C., Lin, M.-Y., Tsai, P.-J.* (Corresponding author), Assessing lung and skin cancer risks for steel and iron manufacturing industry workers exposed to polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons. Aerosol and Air Quality Research, 2021, https://doi.org/10.4209/aaqr.210160.
(2020 IF=3.063;Ranking=121/306=39.5%)
2. Ker, Y.-F., Tsai, P.-J., Guo, H.-R., Application of Standardized Proportional Mortality Ratio to the Assessment of Health Risk in Relatively Healthy Populations: Using a Study of Cancer Risk in Telecommunication Workers with Excess Exposure to Acid Mists as an Example. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health, 2021, 18: 9870.
(2020 IF=3.39;Ranking=42/176=23.8%)
3. Chandrasekaran, V. R. M.;  Periasamy, S.; Chien, S.-P.; Tseng, C.-H.; Tsai, P.-J.* (Corresponding author); Liu, M.-Y., Physical and psychological stress along with candle fumes induced cardiopulmonary injury mimicking restaurant kitchen workers. Current Research in Toxicology, 2021, 2: 246-253.
(2020 IF=3.739;Rang=41/122=33.60%)
4. Chen, C.-H, Tsai, P.-J., Wang, Y.-F., Pan, C.-H., Hung, P.-C., Ho, J.-J., Perng, D.-W., Nemery, B., Guo, Y.L., Respiratory health effects of the fiberglass-reinforced plastic lamination process in the yacht-building industry. Scandinavian Journal of Work, Environment & Health, 2021, 47:62-69.
(2020 IF=5.024;Rang=37/376=9.84%)
5. Lin, M.-Y., Chen, Y.-C.; Lin, D.-Y. Hwang, B.-F.; Hsu, H.-T.; Cheng, Y.-H.; Liu, Y.-T.; Tsai, P.-J.* (Corresponding author), The effect of implementing electronic toll collection (ETC) in reducing highway particulate matter pollution. Environmental Science & Technology, 2020, 54, 15, 9210–9216.
(2020 IF=9.028;Rang=25/306=8.17%)
6. Tsai, P.-J., Young, L.-H., Huang, B.-F., Lin, M.-Y., Chen, Y.-C., Hsy, H.-T., Source and health risk apportionment for PM 2.5 collect ed i n Sha-Lu area, Taiwam. Atmospheric Pollution Research, 2020, 851-858
(2020 IF=4.352;Rang=87/274=31.8%)
7. Chen, J.-Y., Wang, S.-M., Wu, K.-J., Kuo,Y.-C., Chen, Y.-C.., Tsai, P.-J.* (Corresponding author),Techniques for predicting exposures to polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs) emitted from cooking processes for cooking workers. Aerosol and Air Quality Research, 2019, 19: 307–319.
(2020 IF=3.063;Ranking=121/306=39.5%)
8. Lin, C.-Y., Tsai, P.-J., Lin, K.-Y., Chen, C.-Y., Chung, L.-H., Wu, J.-L., Guo, Y.-L., Will daytime occupational noise exposures induce nighttime sleep disturbance? Sleep Medicine, 2018, 50: 87-96.
9. Lin, M.-Y., Guo, Y.-X., Chen, Y.-C., Chen, W.-T., Young, L.-H., Lee, K.-J.,Wu, Z.-Y., Tsai, P.-J.* (Corresponding author), An instantaneous spatiotemporal model for predicting traffic-related ultrafine particle concentration through mobile noise measurements. Science of The Total Environment, 2018, 636: 1139–1148.

 

Patent

1. Tsai, P.-J., Lee, W.-J., Air pollution control devices for dust and volatile organic compounds, Patent No.: M517014, Date of Patent: Feb. 11, 2016.
2. Lai, C.-Y., Tsai, P.-J., Tang, D.-T., Shih, T.-S., Lee, H.-Y., Lee, W.-Y., Uniform Aerosol Deposit Sampling Device. Republic of China Patent, Patent No.: I322866, Date of Patent: Apr. 1, 2010.
3. Lai, C.-Y., Tsai, P.-J., Tang, D.-T., Shih, T.-S., Lee, H.-Y., Lee, W.-Y., Uniform Aerosol Deposit Sampling Device. United States Patent, Patent No.: US 7,582,146 B2, Date of Patent: Sep. 1, 2009.
 
 
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