Safety Management (BSSM)


BSSM 410  Safety and Health Regulations for Construction  3 Credits (3,0)

The primary focus of this course is to introduce the general aspects of construction standards, and to provide an understanding of safety legal requirements, specifically: Occupational Safety and Health (OSH) controls, safety and health provisions, noise, personal protective and lifesaving equipment, fire protection and prevention, electrical, and other related topics. This course is focused on the Occupational Safety and Health Administration's (OSHA) construction standards and OSHA requirements at construction sites, as well as developing jobsite safety and health programs. Additionally, the course emphasizes safety training and reporting.
Prerequisites: RSCH 202.

BSSM 490  Safety Management Capstone Course  3 Credits (3,0)

The Safety Management Capstone Course is the culminating effort of the student's entire learning experience. The student will complete a project that provides significant evidence of experience in Safety Management studies. Students will work with designated faculty members to formulate, develop, and complete the safety management project. The completion of the Capstone Course is designed to document significant evidence that Program Outcomes have been met, and provides the student evidence of experience to show to current and prospective employers. The Capstone Course will be taken at the end of the student's degree program as the final course of the degree program.
Prerequisites: RSCH 202.