The main aim of this course is the study of life-long learning to work safely following the rules and regulations and to implement effective hazard control tactics in accident prevention, safety management, occupational health, industrial hygiene, loss / risk control management, ergonomics. Understanding the classification of health hazards, sources of risk, classification of dangerous substances and their toxicity, routes of entry of toxic, environmental monitoring at the workplace, safety technology, and safety management techniques. Considering the health and safety policy, students become to detect, minimize, and eliminate hazards and risks associated with labor practices, as well as to achieve occupational, industrial, and fire safety objectives. Furthermore students become able to formulate or design a system, process, procedure, or program to meet desired needs and then communicate effectively with a range of audiences.

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