Occupational Safety Virtual Information Session
Free Virtual Information Session
Monday, September 9, 2019
2-3 p.m. Eastern
This virtual online information session will be delivered via Zoom web conferencing.
Attend the information session to learn more about our Certified Occupational Safety Specialist (COSS), Certificate for Occupational Safety Managers (COSM) and Safe Supervisor courses.
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Occupational Safety Training provided in partnership with Delaware Valley Safety Council
UD has partnered with the Delaware Valley Safety Council to offer three intensive training programs taught by OSHA Outreach Trainers. Our Certified Occupational Safety Specialist and Certificate for Occupational Safety Managers courses are designed for entry-level safety professionals and experienced safety professionals wishing to stay current in the field.
- Certified Occupational Safety Specialist (COSS)
This course is designed for entry-level safety professionals as well as experienced safety practitioners wishing to stay current in the field. Safety training is applicable to a wide range of industries, including construction, manufacturing, transportation, energy and utilities, public safety and security, healthcare, food, government and human resources. Prerequisite: high school diploma or equivalent. [More details about this program.]
- Certificate for Occupational Safety Managers (COSM)
This program benefits all organizational safety leaders involved in processes and decision-making as well as other managers and professionals charged with workplace health and safety for their organizations. Prerequisite: minimum two years of safety, health or environmental work experience. [ More details about this program.]
- Safe Supervisor
This is a 3-day course designed to enhance a supervisor’s understanding of the bigger picture of safety, and his or her role in creating a safer work environment. The Safe Supervisor course is designed to enhance a supervisor’s understanding of the the pivotal role that front line supervisors play in shaping the safety mindset in the workforce. By learning how to promote safety on a job site, Safe Supervisor graduates have the knowledge to help lower fatalities, near misses and OSHA citations. [ More details about this program.]