Help keep workplaces, and the environment, safe.
A workplace accident. A salmonella outbreak. A chemical spill. Incidents like these happen every day. Professionals in the field of environmental and occupational health recognize potential problems and prevent or mitigate the damage they might cause.
Certificate in Environmental and Occupational Health (EOH)
Our online Certificate in Environmental and Occupational Health (EOH) is one of the leading workplace health and safety training programs of its kind in Canada. You will learn about the latest Occupational Health and Safety (OHS) regulations related to workplace health and safety, strategies for meeting the health needs of employees in the workplace, and how to manage the impacts of the workplace on employee safety and the environment.
Whether you are already working in the field and want to specialize in occupational, environmental and health training, or you are looking for a career in a rapidly expanding field, this program will expand your career options by teaching you skills that you can put to use in many areas, such as:
- emergency management
- illness and injury prevention
- occupational hygiene
- hazardous waste management
- environmental protection
Environmental and Occupational Epidemiology
Environmental Health Economics
Hazardous Waste Management
Health Protection Technology
Human Health Risk Assessment
Occupational and Environmental Health Law
Occupational Health Hazards
Risk Management: Perception and Communication
Safety Program Management
This dynamic and practical program equips you to prepare your organization to respond to emergencies and minimize impact on human resources and business operations.
An interview with instructor Dr. Laurie Pearce, developer and instructor for our Emergency Management for Organizational Continuity program.Read Story
The ability to use GIS and epidemiology to address emerging population health issues in our society are key components of the Population Health Data Analysis (PHDA) program.Read Story
Legalization of non-medical marijuana (or cannabis) in Canada has resulted in development of strict restrictions by the federal and provincial government around the sale, promotion and enticement of cannabis products. However, there has been little focus on the occupational health and safety (OHS) of the workers within this industry and the routine hazards faced by this workforce.Read Story
Read about what's happening in the Environmental and Occupational Health.Read Story
Interview with Heather Pate, 2019 Grad in our Environmental and Occupational Health ProgramRead Story
By Jason McInnis, an instructor in our Environmental and Occupational Health Program "Both ancient and modern societies have been slow to recognize and control the health hazards associated with work." – R.S.Read Story
It is with heavy hearts that we say farewell to David S. Rogers who, throughout the decades, passionately taught environmental safety programs to DND personnel, government employees and those in the private sector.Read Story
Interview with Donna Saworski, Graduate, Environmental and Occupational Health Certificate What is your current position? My title is HR Specialist – Occupational Health and Safety.Read Story
Throughout our lives, many of us could say we’ve participated in formal and informal learning settings. Community enrichment, mindful practices and professional development opportunities touch us at different times in our lives. At the Division of Continuing Studies, we focus on the learner experience by creating diverse opportunities.Read Story
Have you ever wanted to design your own credential? Have you ever struggled to find a program that meets your specific interests and needs? Then you might be interested in our newest program: the Certificate in General Studies.Read Story