OSH PROGRAM OUTCOMES & CRITERIA
COURSE EXPECTATIONS & OUTCOMES
 

 

Program educational objectives through the following program outcomes:

 

(a) Ability to apply knowledge of mathematics, science and applied sciences

      in the safety and health field.

(b) Ability to analyze and interpret data pertinent to the safety and health field,

      and to design and conduct experiments.

(c) Ability to develop and implement hazard control methods, procedures,

      programs, and system designs to meet desired needs.

(d) Ability to function on multidisciplinary teams.

(e) Ability to anticipate, identify, and evaluate hazardous conditions and practices,

      and to identify and solve applied science problems.

(f) Understanding of professional and ethical responsibility.

(g) Ability to communicate effectively.

(h) Broad education necessary to understand safety and health issues within

      a global and societal context.

(i) Recognition of the need for, and the ability to engage in life-long learning in

      safety and health.

(j) Knowledge of contemporary safety and health issues.

(k) Ability to use the techniques, skills, and modern scientific and technical

      tools necessary for professional practice in the field of occupational safety

      and health.

 

Program educational objectives through the following program criteria:

 

(1) Anticipate, recognize, evaluate, and develop control strategies for

      hazardous conditions and work practices.

(2) Demonstrate the application of business and risk management concepts.

(3) Demonstrate an understanding of the fundamental aspects of safety,

      industrial hygiene, environmental science, fire science, hazardous materials,

      emergency management, ergonomics and/or human factors.

(4) Design and evaluate safety, health, and/or environmental programs.

(5) Apply adult learning theory to safety training methodology.

(6) Identify and apply applicable standards, regulations, and codes.

(7) Conduct accident investigations and analyses.

(8) Apply principles of safety and health in a non-academic setting through

      an intern, cooperative, or supervised experience.