Center for Curriculum and Transfer Articulation
Major: 5859
First Term: 2013 Fall   
Award: CCL  
Total Credits: 22-26
CIP Code: 15.0701

Occupational Area: Environmental Technology / Environmental Technology
Instructional Council: Occupational Administrators (53)
GPA: 2.00
SOC Code: Not Found


Description: The Certificate of Completion (CCL) in Occupational Safety and Health Technology program is designed to prepare a safety professional to manage health and safety programs that comply with Occupational Safety and Health Act (OSHA) standards in a variety of settings. Occupational Safety and Health professionals have specialized knowledge of state and federal rules and regulations and code books that serve as safety guidelines. They identify safety problems and develop programs to apply those rules in specific industrial setting.

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Required Courses
HMT/OSH101 Introduction to Occupational Safety, Health, and Environmental
Technology 3
OSH102 Introduction to Industrial Hygiene 3

OSH105AA Construction Safety (3) OR
OSH106AA Industrial Safety (3) OR
30 hour OSHA card 0-3

OSH110 OSH Standards for Construction (2) OR
OSH111 OSH Standards for General Industry (2) 2

+ OSH107 Occupational Safety Principles and Practice 3

AND

Students must select one (1) of the following three (3) tracks:

Track 1: Safety Management: Credits: 12
+ OSH203 Safety Program Management I 3
+ OSH204 Health and Safety Program Management II 3
OSH206 Risk Management and Loss Control 3

+ OSH220 Safety and Emergency Management (3) OR
+ FAC/OSH240 Facilities Special Systems and Codes (3) 3

Track 2: Safety Professional: Credits: 12
+ OSH203 Safety Program Management I (3) OR
+ OSH205 OSHA General Industry Training for Instructors (3) 3

+ OSH230 Safety and Environmental Response to Hazardous Spills and Waste (3) OR
+ FAC/OSH240 Facilities Special Systems and Codes (3) 3

+ OSH214 Machine Guarding (3) OR
+ OSH218 Ergonomics (3) 3

+ OSH220 Safety and Emergency Management 3

Track 3: Construction Safety Specialist: Credits: 11-12
OSH230 Safety and Environmental Response to Hazardous Spills and Waste (3) OR
+ OSH201 Fall Arrest Systems (2) 2-3


OSH113 Urban Workplace Response: First Aid/Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (1) OR
+ OSH212 Electrical Safety Arc Flash (1) 1


+ OSH203 Safety Program Management I (3) OR
+ OSH207 OSHA Construction Training for Instructors (3) 3

+ OSH210 Electrical Standards Low Voltage (3) OR
+ FAC/OSH240 Facilities Special Systems and Codes (3) 3

+ OSH213 Excavation, Trenching and Soil Mechanics 2
Credits: 22-26

Program Competencies
Track I: Safety Management
1. Identify environmental health hazards in the workplace by applying scientific principles from chemistry, and biology. (OSH101, OSH102)
2. Demonstrate environmental monitoring techniques. (OSH101, OSH102, OSH107)
3. Describe the impact of various regulatory agencies that govern workplace health and safety. (OSH101, OSH102, OSH105AA, OSH106AA, OSH107, OSH220)
4. Plan, implement, and evaluate hazardous materials controls in accordance with state and federal regulations. (OSH101, OSH102, OSH105AA, OSH106AA, OSH110, OSH111)
5. Perform workplace hazard assessments and accident investigations and determine administrative controls, engineering controls and/or training to reduce or eliminate risk to employee health and safety. (OSH102, OSH107, OSH203, OSH220, FAC/OSH240)
6. Identify safety precautions for machine use and materials handling. (OSH105AA, OSH106AA, OSH107, OSH110, OSH111)
7. Read and accurately interpret rules, regulations, standards and guidelines governing employee health and safety in the workplace. (OSH105AA, OSH106AA, OSH107, OSH110, OSH111, OSH220)
8. Describe and demonstrate emergency first aid techniques and adult cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR). (OSH105AA, OSH106AA, OSH110, OSH111)
9. Demonstrate OSHA 200 log record keeping methods and develop accident statistics and reports. (OSH107, OSH203)
10. Utilizing various accident statistical reports, develop appropriate risk management/loss control programs. (OSH107, OSH203, OSH204, OSH206)
11. Outline a fire prevention plan. (OSH107, OSH203, FAC/OSH240)
12. Plan, design and evaluate formal and informal safety training programs utilizing a variety of media and teaching techniques. (OSH203, OSH204)
13. Given simulated or actual workplace situations, develop safety program management strategies. (OSH203, OSH204)


Track 2: Safety Professional
1. Describe the impact of various regulatory agencies that govern workplace health and safety. (OSH101, OSH102, OSH105AA, OSH106AA, OSH107, OSH110, OSH111, OSH210)
2. Identify environmental health hazards in the workplace by applying scientific principles from chemistry, and biology. (OSH101, OSH102, OSH230)
3. Plan, implement, and evaluate hazardous materials controls in accordance with state and federal regulations. (OSH101, OSH102, OSH105AA, OSH106AA, OSH110, OSH111, OSH230)
4. Demonstrate environmental monitoring techniques. (OSH101, OSH102, OSH107, OSH230)
5. Perform workplace hazard assessments and accident investigations and determine administrative controls, engineering controls and/or training to reduce or eliminate risk to employee health and safety. (OSH102, OSH107, OSH203, FAC/OSH240)
6. Evaluate human performance, work design and man-machine integration to recognize symptoms, causes and solutions to human factors issues and risk factors. (OSH102, OSH218)
7. Read and accurately interpret rules, regulations, standards and guidelines governing employee health and safety in the workplace. (OSH105AA, OSH106AA, OSH107, OSH110, OSH111)
8. Describe and demonstrate emergency first aid techniques and adult cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR). (OSH105AA, OSH106AA, OSH110, OSH111, OSH203, OSH205)
9. Analyze machinery, building systems, and implement controls including the control of hazardous energy sources. (OSH105AA, OSH106AA, OSH111, OSH214, OSH218, FAC/OSH240)
10. Demonstrate OSHA 200 log record keeping methods and develop accident statistics and reports. (OSH107, OSH203, OSH205)
11. Describe and explain historical events and components of an integrated emergency system, including the role of development and processes for assessing threat. (OSH107, OSH203, OSH220, FAC/OSH240)


Track 3: Construction Specialist
1. Describe the impact of various regulatory agencies that govern workplace health and safety. (OSH101, OSH102, OSH105AA, OSH106AA, OSH107, FAC/OSH240)
2. Plan, implement, and evaluate hazardous materials controls in accordance with state and federal regulations. (OSH101, OSH102, OSH105AA, OSH106AA, OSH230, FAC/OSH240)
3. Demonstrate environmental monitoring techniques. (OSH101, OSH102, OSH107, OSH207, OSH230)
4. Identify environmental health hazards in the workplace by applying scientific principles from chemistry, and biology. (OSH101, OSH102, OSH230)
5. Perform construction industry workplace hazard assessments and accident investigations and determine administrative controls, engineering controls and/or training to reduce or eliminate risk to employee health and safety. (OSH102, OSH107, OSH201, OSH203, OSH207, OSH210, OSH213, FAC/OSH240)
6. Analyze hazards associated with soil mechanics, trenches, and excavations and implement the appropriate controls and employee training. (OSH102, OSH107, OSH207, OSH213)
7. Read and accurately interpret construction industry rules, regulations, standards and guidelines governing employee health and safety in the workplace. (OSH105AA, OSH106AA, OSH107, OSH203, OSH207, OSH212, OSH213)
8. Describe and demonstrate emergency first aid techniques and adult cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR). (OSH105AA, OSH106AA, OSH110, OSH111, OSH113, OSH203)
9. Demonstrate OSHA 200 log record keeping methods and develop accident statistics and reports. (OSH107, OSH203, OSH207)
10. Evaluate electrical installations and control of hazards through OSHA standards and the National Electric Code. (OSH107, OSH210, OSH212, OSH213)
Last Updated: May 21, 2013

All information published is subject to change without notice. Every effort has been made to ensure the accuracy of information presented, but based on the dynamic nature of the curricular process, course and program information is subject to change in order to reflect the most current information available.





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