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In meeting the industry demands for qualified safety workers, supervisors, and managers, ENMU-Roswell has created paths of professionalism that can be accomplished in as little as one semester or can be built upon until the student reaches the Associate of Applied Science (AAS) degree in Occupational Safety Engineering and Environmental Management Technologies.
The Occupational Safety Engineering and Environmental Management field is evolving. More and more companies seek out qualified individuals to develop and maintain their safety programs. Persons trained in all aspects of occupational safety and environmental management, which includes hazard identification, accident investigation, and regulatory compliance will be in demand for years to come. The A.A.S. degree in Occupational Safety Engineering and Environmental Management Technologies (74-76 credit hours)transfers into a Bachelor of Applied Arts and Sciences (B.A.A.S.) degree program at ENMU. These certificates are also offered:
- Certificate of Employability for Safety Trained Manager – This 16-18 credit hour program is designed for the supervisor, line technician, pusher, or manager who wants to increase his/her knowledge of safety and employee management. The course focuses on the development of a safety program and how to manage it and its people once established.
- Certificate of Employability for Safety Trained Technician Level I – This 16-18 credit hour program is designed to meet industry requirements for specialized training in industries such and oil and gas, construction, industrial maintenance, and health care. Employers and employees will both benefit from individuals trained in this area by increasing their knowledge and awareness of hazards found on the job.
Students are encouraged to follow the professionalism pathway below in order to move through classes in the fastest manner.
1. Certificate of Employability for Certified Occupational Safety Technician
2. Certificate of Employability for Certified Occupational Safety and Health Specialist
3. Certificate of Employability for Certified Occupational Safety and Environmental Technician
4. Certificate of Employability for Certified Occupational Safety and Health Trainer
Program Learning Outcomes
In addition to supporting institutional learning outcomes and building upon the foundational general education outcomes, upon completion of this program students will be able to:
- Demonstrate that they can utilize research and evidence based practice to drive problem solving and integrate value-added practical solutions into organizational goals while meeting OSH performance measures for effective / continual improvement.
- Apply Professional Communication through effective interaction through training of stakeholders, fellow students, and or faculty, fostering mutual respect, responsible business practices, and shared decision-making to enhance worker health and safety.
- Demonstrate the ability to identify, apply, and integrate responsible business practices utilizing risk management techniques while conserving asset resources.
- Demonstrate the ability to develop, articulate and execute a business case for protecting the company’s internal and external assets, employees, stakeholders and the community.
- Utilize Informatics and Data Analysis techniques to make informed data-driven decisions about occupational safety and health threats and hazards.
- Display the ability to lead and influence the behaviors of individuals, systems, and workgroups in a way that facilitate the achievement of shared corporate goals.
- Identify and distinguish legal, moral, and sustainability principles relevant the OSH profession.