IRSST - Institut de recherche Robert-Sauvé en santé et en sécurité du travail

Philippe Sarazin / Professional researcher grade 2

B.Sc. Biochemistry; M.Sc. Biochemistry, Molecular Biology; Ph.D. Public Health, option Toxicology and Risk Assessment


Philippe Sarazin has worked in the IRSST’s Chemical and Biological Hazard Prevention research field since 2009. He holds a doctorate in Toxicology and Risk Assessment from the Université de Montréal, and his field of expertise is the science of exposure assessment (exposure science). Mr. Sarazin’s research interests concern primarily documenting exposures in industries of interest, identifying the determinants of occupational exposure (mainly by using empirical statistical models), as well as analyzing and using existing data on occupational exposure to chemical substances measured by professionals in the workplace in both Québec and internationally.


  • Assessment of occupational exposure to chemical agents
  • Exposure modelling
  • Occupational hygiene
  • Chemical hazard analysis
  • Statistical models

Professional orders and other affiliations

  • Adjunct professor, Department of Environmental and Occupational Health (DSEST), School of Public Health (ESPUM), Université de Montréal