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Occupational Health and Safety Administration & Management Diploma

Program Details 


The effective management of workplace health and safety is important for the health and safety of workers, the longevity of organizations, the success of the business, and the protection of the environment. Throughout North America and Western world, the effective management of workplace and environmental health and safety issues has become an increasingly important and expected dimension of responsible business practice.

The discipline of OHS is rapidly changing to address increasingly complex workplace needs worldwide. Legislations in most jurisdictions governing workplace health and safety practices are also becoming more sophisticated and stringent and has contributed to a growing employer need for professional health and safety expertise.

Employers having any size, are now focusing to identify, evaluate, and communicate information about workplace and environment conditions that may have negative effects on workers’ health, productivity, and the environment. Employers need health and safety practitioners, supervisors, managers, and leaders who are equipped with the knowledge and skills necessary to plan and implement strategies intended to control and manage potential workplace hazards.​


Learning objectives and skills


​1) Deepen knowledge in Canadian occupational health and safety legislation and best practices, with a focus in Ontario
2) Understand how to create occupational health programs, policies that meet legislation, law, standards and best practices
3) Demonstrate an understanding of the roles that individuals play in providing a healthy and safe workplace (WSIB, Public
Health, Unions, Managers, Employees)
4) Demonstrate knowledge of fundamentals in promoting workplace health and safety, such as, occupational hygiene, ergonomics, workplace mental health
5) Understand basic chemistry, toxicology and physiology
6) Demonstrate knowledge in how to recognize, assess, control and eliminate hazards in the workplace
7) Demonstrate knowledge in problem-solving through providing inspections, safety inspections and safety audits
8) Analyze potential environmental risks and develop strategies to mitigate them
9) Apply basic knowledge of 


 




















TYPICAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

promote health and safety within a work environment. They analyze workplaces and design initiatives to control, eliminate, and prevent disease caused by chemical, physical, radiological, or biological agents. In addition, they may inspect workplaces to investigate whether they are in compliance with state and federal laws or employer policies and conduct analyses on the effectiveness of safety and health programs.

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Researches health and safety issues by reviewing relevant legislation, internal data, external sources and networking with other safety professionals. Identifies the need for, researches and writes recommendations for corporate health & safety programs, policies and procedures.


  • Monitoring health and safety risks and hazards in the workplace.
  • Advising employees on how to minimize or ultimately avoid risks and hazards in the workplace.
  • First aid/nursing duties.



Required For Enrollment: All applicants must have a high school diploma or equivalent prior to enrollment or MSA (Mature Student Status).

For any questions about eligibility, please call 1- 905-499-3631 Ext-103 or 102 to speak with a knowledgeable Admissions Advisor or send an email.

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C.C.E.C.  is Registered as a private career college under the Private Career Colleges Act, 2005
This program has been “Approved as a vocational program under the Private Career Colleges Act, 2005”


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Program Name/Title: (Diploma)

Occupational Health and Safety
Administration & Management




-Delivery Format and Language:

Internship-Placement: Not Req.

-In Class 

Flex Tuition Payment Options and Financial Aid

Language;

English


-Live interactive LMS

Regular In Class Schedule:

-Morning:

9.00 AM EST or

-Evening:

4.00 PM EST

Program Duration and Fees
Program Options Full Time

Campus: Vaughan Ontario


  • Instructional: Weeks 41  (Week Days, Morning or Evening)
  • ​Program Duration: 1 Academic Year
  • No Class on Friday.
  • Online access to all resources 


Hours 815

Tuition**

CAD 10595.00

+International Student Fee Easy fee payment options

Status-Semester-Program Start Schedule


Click here to apply online 

Foreign Nationals AdmissionYes - ISP - International Student Program
No Admission/Reg. Appl. Fee
Free Registration

National Occupation

Classification Code:  

2263   Managers & Inspectors in public and environmental health and occupational health and safety


Career Development SupportAdmission policy
Average Salary/Wage Range in Canada 

CAD 19 - CAD 39 plus benefits  Per Hour (Entry Level Positions) 


 

CCEC

Refund Policy

Minimum

Education Required

For Enrollment 

High school diploma or equivalent or

Mature Student Status


Call  1- 905-499-3631 
EXT 103,102 

Email

CCEC

Support policy

Past Learning Credit / Transfer

N/A



Program Assessment:


-End of each module/subject online multiple-choice exam and assignments


Pass Marks

60%

Attendance:

-In-Class 75%


Course Material and Books

Free online access to course notes-material where available

Books not included in Tuition


-CCEC LMS - Definition


-What is CCEC's Live Interactive

Learning (Online Education)


**

-Textbooks not included

-LOA fee not included.

-International Student fee=Tutition Fee+C$2500


This program has been “Approved as a vocational program under the Private Career Colleges Act, 2005”


The Can-College Occupational Health and Safety (OHS) Diploma is a one-year full-time program designed to train and develop professionals in the area of health and safety, with a mixture of business management skills and specialized technical health and safety skills related training. All courses in this program have a focus on “system thinking” rather than “incident thinking”.

List of Subject Taught in the Program


  1. ​Introduction to Environmental Management
  2. Occupational Health and Safety Legislation
  3. ​Health and Safety Management Systems
  4. ​Introduction to Research Methods
  5. ​Ergonomics of the Workplace
  6. ​Occupational Hygiene
  7. ​Introduction to the Human Body and Toxicological Principles
  8. ​Organizational Behaviour
  9. ​Workplace Health Promotion, Wellness and Rehabilitation
  10. ​Accident Theory
  11. ​Communication in Occupational Health and Safety
  12. ​Emergency Management​


The successful graduate may adopt the following occupations:

  • Work in a variety of settings, such as healthcare, construction, commercial as in an 
  • occupational health and safety role
  • Act professionally and accountable for all decisions made regarding the health and the safety of the workforce.
  • Promote and maintain a safety-first culture in the workplace by demonstrating a working knowledge
  • in occupational health and safety principles, scientific principles, and relevant legislation.
  • Use verbal and written communication to communicate health and safety objectives, policies
  • and procedures to all parties
  • Participate as a facilitator of the Joint Health and Safety Committee and maintain collaborative 
  • working relationships when facilitating and conducting inspections
  • Track progress of resolutions for identified safety issues for timely completion and corrective actions
  • Identify areas of non-compliance and root causes and make professional recommendations 
  • on matters requiring corrective actions
  •  Assist in providing emergency response planning, fire prevention  and detection  
  • plans for organizations in accordance with legislation, regulations and standards. 

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