Field of Study
Humber's Occupational Health and Safety certificate program prepares students for employment in the field of Occupational Health and Safety. Employers in Ontario require specialist staff who are knowledgeable about how to meet all regulations of the Occupational Health and Safety Act, and who can minimize the high costs associated with accidents, injuries and environmental compliance. The program focuses on protecting the safety, health, and welfare of people engaged in work while fostering a safe work environment for the benefit of employees and the employer.
This program fulfills in part the requirements of The Board of Canadian Registered Safety Professionals (BCRSP). Individual courses may also be eligible for CRSP professional development credit (Factor 2).
Applications for the CRSP certification received on or after July 1, 2018 will be required to have:
A minimum of a Bachelor's degree in any field OR a 2-year diploma or certificate in occupational health and safety or closely related field from a recognized academic institution.
Questions regarding changes should be submitted to firstname.lastname@example.org.
To receive your certificate, once you have successfully completed all the required courses in this program, email email@example.com to request your certificate. Please make sure to include your first and last name, student number, program title and current mailing address in your email.
|Course Name||Course Code||Offered|
|Occupational Health, Safety and Environment Law and Ethics||OHSC 100|
|Course Name||Course Code|
|Occupational Health, Safety and Environmental Systems and Auditing||OHSC 101|
|Occupational Hygiene||OHSC 102|
|Accident Theory||OHSC 104|
|Fire Prevention and Protection and Safety Techniques and Technology||OHSC 105|
|Management Labour Concerns in Occupational Health and Safety||OHSC 107|
|Environment Management Introduction||OHSC 108|
|Emergency Management||OHSC 109|