Program

Program

The Health, Safety, and Environmental Compliance program provides a comprehensive and intense learning experience covering different aspects of the profession. Students will learn from professionals in the field who will provide real life examples and give insight into the role of a Health, Safety, and Environmental Compliance specialist.

Program curriculum will provide students with specialized knowledge in different types and levels of law, working with and handling hazardous materials, appropriate writing styles, understanding business communications, gaining expertise in presentation skills for court and for training, developing investigation skills, practising court testimony, understanding industrial work sites, and more. Graduates of the program will be ready for diverse types of employment.

Scheduling 

This program is full-time and two years long, including one term of self-directed study and a one-term break on Term 4. Courses are scheduled on weekdays (3:00 - 9:30 pm). 

The areas of study include:

  • Environmental, Procedural, and Occupational Health and Safety laws
  • Industrial processes
  • Workplace Hazard training
  • Project supervision
  • Business Communication and report writing
  • Conflict resolution
  • Contaminated worksites + WHMIS
  • Investigation and inspection techniques
  • Risk Assessment
  • Program Design and Presentation

Applied Project

The final term is self-directed and will consist of the development of a group applied project for oral presentation. Students will be evaluated on two aspects of the program -their contribution to the team project and their knowledge of a specific subject as it pertains to their group project.  

This project will have student groups choosing and researching an industry workplace for operating procedures, processes, accident statistics, and more. The group will conduct a risk assessment, then design and develop a training program that will explain how an Occupational Health and Safety program may be developed and maintained.  

Students will be working with mentors throughout the duration of the last term as they develop their project.  

*Please note: students in this program are not part of the LSU so are not entitled to a UPASS.