Occupational Health and Safety Management Track
Both community expectation and government legislation demand an increasingly higher level of protection for employees and the community from risks that threaten their safety and health. As such, there is also an increasing demand in society for professionals with experience and qualifications in OHS.
- Recognize the importance of contemporary global and societal issues as they relate to the practice of occupational safety and health.
- Develop, coordinate, and/or participate on multidisciplinary teams to protect people, property, and the environment.
- Develop, implement, and evaluate hazard control processes for a performance safety program.
- Understand and apply appropriate standards, regulations, and codes.
- Conduct accident investigations and analyses.
- Understand and implement different quality tools and techniques.
- Enable delegates to assess and evaluate hazards and risks in the workplace and create suitable corrective actions to eliminate risks.
- Enable delegates to plan, organize, and execute effective audits against different international standards.
- Job safety analysis and safety at work.
- NEBOSH Awards and OSHA Standards Awareness.
- Accident Investigation and Statistical Analysis.
- Risk Management and Hazard and operability Study (HAZOP)
- Safety Leadership.
- OHSAS Management Systems Lead Auditor.
- - This program is targeting individuals working in the field of occupational health and safety such as safety officers, occupation specialists or health professionals, occupational health and safety engineers, occupational health and safety managers.
- - The program consists of 48 credit hours spread over a minimum of 4 semesters (2 academic year).