About Course

Are you interested in acquiring the knowledge, skills, and abilities of a safety professional and learning how to become a safety asset in a global work environment? Here is your chance to explore the theories and principles of safety regulatory issues and their practical uses in the workplace. 

Participants will learn how to design, develop, and implement a safety management system for a variety of organizations to protect people from hazards in the workplace.

Participants will also examine safety engineering work and project management and leave with a greater understanding of their role within the safety field as a leader and problem solvers.

Salary & Success

  • The average salary for a safety specialist is $76,981 per year in the United States. The highest average yearly income recorded is $91,141 per year in UT. (Indeed & BLS)
  • Employment of occupational health and safety specialists and technicians is projected to grow 7% from 2020 to 2030.
  • About 9,600 openings for occupational health and safety specialists.
  • Of the survey respondents in the Safety+Health 2020 Job Outlook, 90% believed their job to be very or relatively stable, and 94% believed the job market for safety and health professionals to be better than last year.

Credits and Credentials

This course is eligible for 1 College Credit [$308.16/credit]
However, completion of this course will give you professional certification in Safety and Health management. Visit the Course Detail page for more information on the application process and eligibility requirements.

College Amenities

Financial Help

No Financial help opportunities are available for this course.