Health and Safety Certificate Programs - Design your
There is now a way to recognize those individuals
who have acquired specialized knowledge in a particular area or
field through training. By earning a Specialist or Professional Certificate from
Eastern Michigan University you will:
- Keep up-to-date on changing regulations, guidance
documents and regulatory interpretation;
- Enhance your chance for advancement;
- Network with other professionals with similar
challenges-and new solutions;
- Learn from instructors nationally known for their
expertise and experience;
- Continue your professional development in a rapidly
growing and changing field.
Specialist or Professional Certificate will be issued by Eastern Michigan University when all courses in the applicable area have been successfully completed.
Upon acceptance into the certificate program, attendees will receive a discount fee rate for all future seminars. Contact us for more details.
Specialist in Health and Safety: Construction
Specialist in Health and Safety: General Industry
Health and Safety Professional: General Industry
Enhance your career development and improve your marketability in the workplace through completion of Eastern Michigan University's online Health and Safety Professional: General Industry certificate program. Best of all, using our anytime, anywhere online training delivery, you will be able to work at your own pace, scheduling your training around work and/or family obligations. This instructor-facilitated 133 contact-hour certificate is obtained when six courses have been successfully completed.
Occupational Health and Safety Standards for General Industry
Principles of Ergonomics
Permit-Required Confined Spaces
Fall Protection/Competent Person
Please call Beth Stoner at 734.487.8285 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Certificate Program participants
receive discounted prices on all classes:
CEU's, ABIH CM Safety Points, and BCSP Points
The CEU, or Continuing
Education Unit, is a nationally recognized unit of measurement for
post-secondary education, professional development and career training.
BCSP points may be accummulated
by taking health, safety, or environmental courses to contribute
toward Board of Certified Safety Professional Continuance of Certfification
(COC) or Certfication Maintenance. CSP's may earn COC points and
OHST's or CHST's may earn CM points by taking these courses. BCSP
points are determined by CEU's (1 point for every CEU), ABIH points
(1 point for every ABIH point), or contact hours (1/4 point for
every 3 contact hours).
Please refer to individual course pages
for the CEU, ABIH, and BCSP points awarded for each course.