Eastern New Mexico University Roswell (ENMUR) announces Spring 2018 classes in safety starting January 16. For over 20 years, ENMUR has offered Occupational Safety, Fire and Environmental Management degree classes both online and in class. Our classes are some the most comprehensive classes in the country. We are fully accredited, and classes are designed using USACE, OSHA, ANSI, NFPA and other standards as their basis for instruction. Tuition starts at $78 per credit hour with financial assistance offered through grants, VA, scholarships, and corporate reimbursement. ENMUR is the logical choice for many individuals wanting a career or changing careers.
ENMUR offers credit and non-credit classes in over 30 safety/fire/environmental subjects with classes running from one day to sixteen weeks in length. We offer four certifications, an Associate of Science, and a follow-on bachelors degree in the field of occupational safety. With all classes being offered online as well, many students enjoy assignments that are due every two weeks. They find that it allows them the freedom to manage their work/school schedules. This semester, classes are as follows:
- CTE 230 Developing Leadership and Supervision
- This class is great for newly assigned or experienced supervisors and team leaders. It focuses on the “how and why” of leadership, how to better manage people/time, and project management. Students taking this class have reported that they now have a better understanding of how to deal with production vs. personnel issues and how to effectively lead people.
- SET 101 Intro to Safety and Health
- In this class, students study the essential elements of becoming a “Safety Professional”. If you are new to the career or want a deeper understanding of what it takes to start in this field then you will get a lot out of this class.
- SET 106 Safety Information Management
- By far this is one of our most popular classes. In the class, we cover what it takes to develop, and run a safety and health program as a consultant, corporate safety professional, or for your own company. Students can use the materials in this class as a blueprint in managing their safety and health programs for years to come.
- SET 107 Introduction to Environmental Health
- After 2003, the shift in industry has been that Occupational Safety professionals also cover the duties involved in Environmental Management. This course introduces those requirements and procedures to the student. This course is a prerequisite for our larger Environmental Management class given in another semester. Students must take this class before they can take the more in-depth course.
- SET 108 Product Safety
- Whether your company offers a service or a product, the liability or possibility to do harm is always there. This class introduces the student to the process of product/service development and helps them understand principles of identification, evaluation, and mitigation instead of litigation.
- SET 109 Hydrogen Sulfide Awareness (2-day— In-class)
- This course has been recently revamped to meet the new ANSI / API requirements for instruction concerning H2S. We have also incorporated HAZMAT training for drivers working in the oil and gas industry with instruction on how to use the North American Emergency Response Guide. In this 2-day class, students will be instructed well past the minimum requirements many other H2S classes offer. Due to regulations and governmental standards, this class is only offered “in-class”. It is held from 8-5pm both days and is designed primarily for workers who work in or support work in the oil and gas industry. A photo I.D. completion card is awarded upon successful completion of this ANSI compliant class.
- SET 114 Workplace Safety for Construction (2-day — In-class)
- This course goes well beyond the minimum requirements for the OSHA 10 hour card for construction. After meeting the OSHA requirements, the class expands on “how and why” as students are given instruction on actually applying the regulations in an effort to reduce accidents and incidents at a construction workplace. Due to regulations and governmental standards, this class is only offered “in-class”. It is held from 8-5pm both days and an OSHA 10-Hour card for construction is awarded upon successful completion. University students (regardless of their major) will find this 1-credit hour class useful in their careers.
- SET 115 Workplace Safety for General Industry (2-day — In-class)
- This course goes well beyond the minimum requirements for the OSHA 10 hour card for general industry. After meeting the OSHA requirements, the class expands on “how and why” as students are given instruction on actually applying the regulations in an effort to reduce accidents and incidents at a construction workplace. Due to regulations and governmental standards, this class is only offered “in-class”. It is held from 8-5pm both days and an OSHA 10-Hour card for general industry is awarded upon successful completion. University students (regardless of their major) will find this 1-credit hour class useful in their careers.
- SET 202 Fire Safety and Code Enforcement
- Every safety professional or firefighter building their career should take this class. ENMUR is one of the few universities in the country that teaches NFPA 101 (life safety Codes), IFC (international fire codes), using IFSTA (International Fire Service training Association materials. Taught by a former Special State Fire Marshal, students are instructed in fire prevention and what to look for during a fire inspection.
- SET 240 The Professional Trainer
- Experienced safety professionals are many times asked to instruct others on the materials they have studied. This class covers what it takes to be a professional trainer. Students will be instructed in class/curriculum design, meeting regulatory requirements, documenting training, and giving presentations. When coupled with experience and or many of the specialized Competent Person classes we offer, students can meet the regulatory requirements for training others in certain OSHA topics.
Registration is open now…. To register for classes’ students should sign up before January 11, 2018 but no later than January 20, 2018. Visit https://www.roswell.enmu.edu/ for more information on the university or visit https://www.roswell.enmu.edu/occupational-safety-engineering-and-environmental-management-technologies/ for more information about the safety degree. ENMUR accepts credits from other accredited universities and approved sources of instruction. You may be able to apply for credit from TEEX or UTA safety classes you have taken in the past towards this degree. You can contact the director at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions.