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Occupational Safety

This minor exposes students to the broader field of safety. While focusing on managing safety under OSHA, MSHA, and EPA regulations, which all business (aviation and non-aviation) in the United States must adhere to, this minor also covers safety programs required by the FAA.

Required Courses
SF 201Introduction to Health, Occupational, and Transportation Safety3
SF 355Industrial Hygiene and Toxicology3
SF 410Design of Engineering Hazard Controls3
Select three of the following:9
Principles of Accident Investigation
Environmental Compliance and Safety
Human Factors in Aviation Safety
Aircraft Accident Investigation
Safety and Security of Airport Ground Operations
Safety Program Management
Fire Protection
Applications in Industrial Hygiene
Analysis of Observational Data
Design of Engineering Hazard Controls II
Health, Safety, and Aviation Law
Special Topics in Safety
Total Credits18

NOTE: SF 330 and SF 341 can be used for Occupational Safety minor.

NOTE: SF 320, SF 330, SF 341, SF 345 and SF 462 can be used for either the Aviation Safety Minor or the Occupational Safety Minor, but NOT both.