Oct 21, 2021  
Extended & Executive Education Catalog 
    
Extended & Executive Education Catalog [Published Catalog]

Advanced Occupational Health, Safety and Environmental Control (HSE) (OSHA)


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Safety training is a key element in the prevention of work-related injuries, illnesses and death. When educated on safety procedures, participants will know how to prevent accidents in the workplace, and will also learn how to respond efficiently if presented with a dangerous situation. Another benefit of safety training is a reduction in accident and incident rates, which reflects favorably on the organization. Safety training is also important because it provides a way for companies to document proof that such training has occurred, protecting it from potential lawsuits involving injuries.

 

The objective of the advanced professional certificate in occupational health, safety and environmental control (HSE) is to provide engineers and Safety Professionals with the proper information and skills to develop and implement a variety of safety and occupational health programs at the workplace in order to protect personnel, equipment, production and the workplace environment.


Accreditation
The certificate is accredited by the AUC and the International Accredited Certificates by NASP-USA or OSHA Academy-USA.

Program Requirements
Candidates for the certificate must complete:

  • Three core courses  (OSHA 100A, OSHA 110A and OSHA 130A)
  • Three elective courses (two must be selected from OSHA elective courses, and one course could be chosen from another professional program)
  • Project

Note:

  • The program does not require prerequisites
  • each of the courses is one semester which is equivalent to 45 hours of instruction. The certificate requirements can be completed in two semesters (one year) but those who cannot afford the time may take up to 3 years

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