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Safety, Health and Environmental Management Minor

safety health environment management 960w

Transforming health and environment challenges into safety protocols and practices.

Be equipped with the knowledge and skills to assess and manage risks, implement safety protocols, and navigate legal considerations in occupational health and environmental protection.

From understanding industrial hygiene to delving into ergonomic design and legal frameworks, students can contribute to the occupational health and environmental sustainability of a work site.

Unique Class Topics in Safety, Health and Environmental Management Minor:

  • Risk Assessment: Learn methodologies for evaluating and mitigating risks in various settings.
  • Industrial Hygiene: Explore principles and practices related to maintaining a safe and healthy work environment.
  • Hazardous Materials: Study the identification, handling, and control of hazardous materials in occupational settings.
  • Occupational Health and Safety: Gain a comprehensive understanding of occupational health principles and safety protocols.
  • Ergonomics/Human Factors: Investigate the design and application of ergonomic principles to enhance workplace safety and efficiency.
  • Legal Issues in Environmental Health and Safety: Examine legal considerations and regulations affecting environmental health and safety.
  • Safety Management: Develop skills in planning, implementing, and managing safety programs within organizations.

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