Environment, Health, & Safety Minor
A minor in Environment, Health, and Safety (EHS) provides the tools for a student to promote worker health, protect the environment, and to lead efforts in global sustainability at any company. This minor will provide expertise in environmental controls, occupational health, and safety so you can help companies and the surrounding communities stay healthy as they face the challenges of worker exposures, workplace safety, and controlling hazardous materials.
|Minor Requirements (24 credits)|
|ENST-304||Environmental Law & Regulation||4|
|SAFE-308||Construction Safety Practices||4|
|SAFE-402||Critical Incident Response||4|
Upon completion of the Environmental Health and Safety Minor students will:
- Integrate the requirements for environmental, safety, health, and emergency action plan regulations into a coherent and efficient approach to managing multiple risks in the workplace.
- Communicate requirements and best business practices in support of an EHS management system and policy to workers and leadership.
- Design and provide training for workers and leadership in support of the EHS program.
- Manage hazardous materials and wastes as the prime contractor or subcontractor using federal and state regulations.