The University of Fredericton is proud to partner with the ASSP Region IX. The American Society of Safety Professionals has been a global association for occupational safety and health professionals for over 100 years. In partnership with ASSP, the University of Fredericton is offering a 20% discount on the programs below until December 31, 2020. This new partnership will help create better access for workers seeking high-quality education in the field of Occupational Health & Safety.
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ASSP Region IXAbout ASSP
The American Society of Safety Professionals (ASSP) is a global association for occupational safety and health professionals. For more than 100 years, we have provided education, standards development, advocacy, and a professional community to support the advancement of our members and the profession as a whole. Our members are dedicated to creating safe work environments by preventing workplace fatalities, injuries, and illnesses. Sound safety practices are both socially responsible and good business, leading to increased productivity, a better reputation, and higher employee satisfaction.
This discount applies to Members of ASSP Region IX only, which includes:
|Area 1||Area 2||Area 3|
|Kuwait Chapter||Egypt Chapter||Andhra Pradesh Chapter|
|Middle East Chapter||Nigeria Chapter||India Chapter|
|Pakistan Chapter||Ecuador Section||Maharashtra|
|UAE Chapter||Mexico Section||Telangana Chapter|
UFred's Commitment to OHSBackground & Purpose
UFred has long prided itself on being a leading educator of OHS professionals in Canada and abroad through our fully-online curriculum. With an emphasis on process-based learning and skills, our programs have been specifically designed help enhance your ability to apply OHS knowledge to any workplace environment you may find yourself in while simultaneously enhancing your workplace leadership abilities.
Developed in consultation with an extensive number of leading OHS professionals, our programs help students learn to identify, prioritize, and manage workplace risks, poising them to more effectively contribute to the overall health and wellbeing of their organizations.
Online ExperienceThe Benefits
Our fully-online delivery allows us to offer our programs to a student-base of working professionals who have a career, family, and other commitments. The ability to study while maintaining your career allows you to apply the principles and strategies learned in our courses to your workplace in real-time. Our online campus is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week so you can learn at your convenience.
Psychological Health and Safety in the Workplace: Basic LevelLearn More
The UFred Psychological Health and Safety courses are delivered fully-online and asynchronously, meaning that participants can move through the courses on a self-paced schedule. This convenient, flexible delivery method allows for employees and leaders to participate in the courses and apply their knowledge in real-time.
Our Introductory Level Course is designed to bring employees of all levels and abilities up-to-speed on basic psychological health and safety in the workplace principles and how best to maintain an environment that protects these concepts. Those who successfully complete the Basic Level Course will receive a Certificate of Completion.
Certificate in Managing Psychological Health Issues at WorkLearn More
Our online Certificate in Managing Psychological Health Issues at Work begins with an introductory course on PH&S concepts. The focus then shifts to managing psychological health issues of individual employees with two additional courses. The courses provide in-depth learning on key principles and considerations for managers in supporting employees with psychological health issues, as well as enhancing managers’ emotional intelligence skills in managing emotionally distressed employees.
This Certificate is suitable for those in management roles supporting the individual employee experiencing emotional distress or mental health issues or disorders. As such, those working in management roles across industries and organizations will find this Certificate to be beneficial.
Advanced Certificate in Psychological Health and Safety in the WorkplaceLearn More
Our online Certificate in Psychological Health and Safety in the Workplace consists of the introductory course, plus four additional courses, and provides a solid knowledge-base about how to plan, implement, and evaluate psychological health and safety programs in the context of the National Standard.
This level of the Certificate is designed for organizational leaders implementing workplace health and safety management systems for all employees. Those working in supervisory positions within Occupational Health and Safety units, Human Resources departments, or any other department that may be responsible for implementing an overarching organizational health strategy, including mental health, for a body of employees will find this Certificate to be beneficial.
Enhancing Workplace ResiliencyLearn More
With a range of common stressors vying for employees’ attention at any given time, it is important that employees understand how to manage and cope with these stressors in ways that are healthy and productive. In the Enhancing Workplace Resiliency course, learners will obtain the knowledge needed to positively cope with stress through six engaging modules.
The modules address various topics, including stress and the mental health continuum, realistic thinking, behavioural activation, the significance of sleep, diet, and exercise, relaxation and stress management, and thriving in times of stress.
Through the Centre for Psychological Health Sciences, the University of Fredericton pairs with leading experts and organizations in psychological health and safety in the workplace. This online course was fully developed by Dr. Joti Samra, an innovator in the area of psychological health and wellness in the workplace and Program Lead at the Centre for Psychological Health Sciences, and Dr. Rakesh Jetly, NATO’s first research chair in military mental health.