Occupational Health and Safety Management
Working for private and public sector organizations, occupational health and safety managers keep employees safe and ensure their work environment is a healthy one.
Managing the occupational health and safety function in the workplace requires an understanding of a broad range of areas, including legislation, workplace hazards
Occupational health and safety must be placed within the context of the organization; understanding how organizations are structured and behave is an important component of occupational health and safety, as is an understanding of business skills, and the ability to apply strong analytical and communication skills.
Graduates who are critical thinkers looking to combine their interests in health and working with people.
The eleven required courses are taught and developed by industry professionals to connect theory to practice. You will develop a professional network, unique skills, and a portfolio of projects used throughout your career.
What you will learn
In-depth, subject-specific knowledge and skills
Connecting theory to practice and
gainingvaluable experience through a mandatory practicum
Through the practicum, you will gain valuable hands-on experience, a strong network of industry contacts, and an edge in the job search process. It is the culmination of your work in the classroom and the bridge to a great career in your target industry
Duration: One-year, full-time | September to August
Location: In-class, Downtown campus or ONLINE
International Tuition: $14000 + Western ancillary fees
Program: 10 required courses and one, 560-hour practicum
Application Deadline: April 15
Occupational Health and Safety Management is a one-year full-time program offered in class or online (Sep-Apr) combined with a