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Occupational Safety and Health

Eliminate on-the-job injuries, prevent disease and damage to the environment

 

Occupational safety and health professionals analyze many types of environments and work procedures to prevent accidents and health hazards to workers. Employed in almost every industry (both private and public), safety professionals inspect workplaces for adherence to regulations on safety, health and environment then design programs to eliminate on-the-job injuries, prevent disease and damage to the environment. Our program is flexible, with nearly all classes designed to be completed online, allowing working students to complete a degree or certificate without having to come to campus.



Programs


Associate in Applied Science TransferExpand ContentCollapse Content
Degree Credits Time to Complete Average Cost*
AAS-T Degree Transfer to Bachelor of Applied Science in Occupational Safety and Health Technician 98 2 years $9,695

*Average costs include tuition based on WA state resident full-time enrollment. It does not include fees. The costs may vary.

Degree Credits Time to Complete Average Cost*
Certificate Occupational Safety and Health 40 9 months $3,957
Certificate Construction Safety Technician 53-59 9 months $5,243-$5,837

*Average costs include tuition based on WA state resident full-time enrollment. It does not include fees. The costs may vary.

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Faculty Advisor Contact

Darren Linker
425.640.1843 | darren.linker@edmonds.edu | Snohomish Hall 222

 

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