School of Occupational Health and Safety

The School of Occupational Health and Safety programs are designed to enhance opportunities for career pursuits or advancements by offering high quality applied-practices programs in specialized managerial, professional, technical, and service areas.  All program courses are fully-online, practical, and facilitated by experts in their respective fields. Our programs will enhance your health and safety leadership skills and help you add value to your organization in real-time.

Within the School of Occupational Health and Safety are two Centres:

Centre of Health and Safety

The Centre of Health and Safety offers five state-of-the-art diploma and certificate programs in applied fields pertaining to public or workplace health, safety, disability, environmental management, and applied ergonomic practice.

To learn more about these programs, visit our program pages:

Centre for Psychological Health Sciences

The Center for Psychological Health Sciences offers an online certificate program in Psychological Health & Safety in the Workplace. Designed to help particpants understand concepts of psychological health and safety in the workplace,  the certificate also covers how best to address this critical component of occupational health and safety within the framework of the new National Standard for Psychological Health and Safety in the Workplace. The certificate program, which consists of five courses, has been designed by Dr. Joti Samra, R. Psych., and is delivered fully-online, on a self-paced schedule. The program has been developed with the support of the Great-West Life Centre for Mental Health in the Workplace.

For more information about this program, visit our Centre for Psychological Health Sciences page.

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