Occupational Health and Safety Management 

The Occupational Health and Safety Management Certificate Program is currently under review.  As of October 2019, we are not accepting new applicants until this process is completed.

It is our intention to have a new certificate program in place by Fall 2020.

The courses currently scheduled can be taken by those that have started their certificates and can be taken as stand-alone courses for anyone with an interest in these topics.

We sincerely regret any inconvenience this may cause.

The College of Continuing Education's Occupational Health & Safety Management Program has been designed for individuals who are currently or will be responsible for the design and coordination of health safety plans for their organization. Graduates of the Certificate Program will have acquired the knowledge and systems necessary to manage and control loss, to identify and protect against potential liabilities and to ensure compliance of existing federal and provincial regulatory requirements. The increasing need to prove due diligence in preventing injury and disease puts great importance on the establishment of an effective occupational health and safety plan.

This program provides the necessary knowledge and skills to develop and implement an effective occupational health and safety plan for any organization. The focus of the program is multi-disciplinary and application oriented to reflect the issues pertinent to the growing field of health and safety in the workplace. The curriculum features an integrated focus on ergonomics, environmental, biological, chemical and human behavioural issues with concentration on the principles of occupational health and safety, accident control and loss management.

This program area is flexible and suited to both participants attending specific courses related to their immediate needs or those seeking a comprehensive Certificate Program in Occupational Health & Safety Management.

Certificate program

Required courses

Electives (choose two)