The Occupational Health and Safety (OH&S) program can help you turn a real concern for safety into a rewarding career. Opportunities in this field are growing. If you enjoy practical hands-on problem solving, like working with, and educating people, or see yourself managing, collecting, and interpreting data to identify trends and issues in the workplace, and believe in promoting legislation, standards, and best practices in OH&S, you are well-suited to a career in occupational health and safety.
Throughout the program you focus on what people do, analyze why they do it, and then apply a research-supported intervention strategy to improve working environment conditions. As a graduate, you're well prepared to contribute to and lead the development and maintenance of a healthy and safe workplace.