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Safety and Health Management

What is Safety and Health Management?

The vision for the Safety and Health Management curriculum is one that is recognized for preparing students to be well-rounded safety practitioners who have the confidence and capabilities to navigate the complex organizational and knowledge networks necessary to succeed in contemporary safety and health management.

Safety and Health Managment Program

Related Career Titles
Arson InvestigatorsCivil EngineersConstruction and Building Inspectors
Corporate Health OfficersElectrical DraftersEngineering Managers
Environmental EngineersEnvironmental Scientists/SpecialistsFire-Prevention and Protection Engineers
Health and Safety ManagersIndustrial Health and Safety Engineers Industrial Hygienists
 Landscape Architects Loss Control Managers Marine Architects
 Mining and Geological Engineers OSHA/EPA Compliance Officers Product Safety Engineers
 Public Services Administrators Safety Analysts Security Managers
 Systems Safety Analysts Traffic Technicians Transportation Safety Managers
Job & Internship Search Links
 

American Industrial Hygiene Association: http://www.aiha.org

IE3 Global Internships: http://ie3global.ous.edu/

U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Center for Disease Control and Prevention, National Institute of Occupational Safety and Health, http://www.cdc.gov/niosh

U.S. Department of Labor, Occupational Safety and Health Administration: http://www.osha.gov

For more information on professions in safety, a list of safety and related academic programs, and the Certified Safety Professional credential, contact: Board of Certified Safety Professionals: http://www.bcsp.org

For information on the Occupational Health and Safety Technologist, Construction Health and Safety Technician credentials, and Safety Trained Supervisors, contact: Council on Certification of Health, Environmental, and Safety Technologists: http://www.cchest.org

For information on a career as a health physicist, contact: Health Physics Society: http://www.hps.org