Launched in 1974 as Occupational Safety and Health, our bachelor of science in Safety and Health Management was founded in anticipation of an upswing in demand for occupational safety and health (OS&H) professionals. Throughout names changes— to Loss Control Management and then Safety and Health Management—over the last 39 years, we have graduated more than 475 OS&H professionals. More than 80 percent of them now employed in Washington, Oregon, and California, where the majority work in construction, insurance, and manufacturing. Our program now enrolls more than 75 students annually and, each year, graduates 25 industry-ready professionals. In addition, there are three program minors available in construction safety, occupational safety technology, and safety and health management.
In 2018, the kilogram, the last of the seven base SI units that is still defined in terms of a materDeep Foundations Workshop
CWU Construction Management will host this event on Friday Oct. 24th 2014, 8am -noon, in Hogue room$113K Awarded For Construction Safety Management Best Practices Handbook
The Washington State Department of Labor and Industries recently awarded a $113,000 Safety and Heal