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(SET) Safety Engineering Technology
Introduction to Safety and Health. Three credit hours.
Typical topics in this course are general safety and health concepts with terms; historical developments; program concepts; legislative overview including workman’s compensation law; and basic concepts of safety engineering and occupational safety training.
Hazard Control Engineering with Lab. Four credit hours.
Addresses the application of scientific and engineering principles and methods to achieve optimum safety and health through the analysis and design of processes, equipment, products, facilities, operations, and environments.
Safety Report Writing and Analytical Methods. Four credit hours.
The study of the format and content of comprehensive reporting and analyzing safety system methods for quantitative and qualitative information. Course focuses on technical writing, clarifying, and synthesizing findings as they pertain to safety and accident reports as required by Title 29 of the Code of Federal Regulations. Analysis of safety systems includes risk acceptance, management, job safety and cost benefits.
Safety Information Management. Three credit hours.
Fundamentals of research and development and management of environmental health and safety programs through the use of electronic media and data recording systems.
Introduction to Environmental Health. Three credit hours.
Course of study introduces key elements of the environmental management field. Topics include fundamentals of environmental health, disease, vector and water control, recreational area management, environmental planning, air quality, government regulations, and food protection. Course is designed for students considering a career in environmental management, ecology, public health, forestry, fire, or occupational safety.
Product Safety. Three credit hours.
Deals with safety as it relates to consumer products. Topics include the consumer injury problem; preventing accidents with consumer products through product safety engineering; product design, assembly, packaging, distribution, and use and misuse; knowledge and skill of users; warnings; liability; federal standards; other regulations; and recalls.
H2S Hydrogen Sulfide Awareness. One credit hour.
This course meets the training requirements set forth in ANSI Z390.1-1995 Accepted Practices for Hydrogen Sulfide Training Programs. Topics include but are not limited to: Properties and characteristics of H2S sources, areas of potential exposure, and typical site specific safe work practices associated with H2S operations. The course materials also cover detection methods, selection, use, and care of personal
protection equipment as well as rescue / first aid procedures for H2S victims.
Environmental Careers. Three credit hours.
Course focus is on the knowledge needed by students to make decisions regarding a career in environmental management or occupational safety. Curriculum introduces key concepts and science-based information needed by workers to insure their safety. Students and entry-level workers will find this course essential in identifying hazards and conditions found in the workplace environment, as well as managing environmental issues and programs at work.
Introduction to Design Safety Principles. One credit hour.
Students will be introduced to regulatory compliance issues and will practice interpreting standards for Life Safety, ADA, and NFPA 5000 Building Construction and Safety.
Workplace Safety for Construction. One credit hour.
Topics include safety citations and penalties; competent person; fall protection; trenching and excavation; and hazardous materials. Upon successful completion of this course on campus, students will be issued the OSHA completion card for Construction.
Workplace Safety for Employees. One credit hour.
Course focuses on the knowledge needed by employees to insure their safety in the workplace. Curriculum introduces concepts in employee rights, teen worker issues, hazard identification, avoidance, and proper chemical (HAZCOM) handling. Slips/trips and falls, electrical, fire, and food safety are just a few of the topics discussed. Students successfully completing this course on campus will receive a certificate of training and the OSHA 10-Hour General Industry Card. This course is designed to meet the needs of employers and employees wanting a better working knowledge of workplace safety.
Workplace Safety for Supervisors. One credit hour.
Course focuses on the knowledge needed to create and maintain a safe workplace environment. Curriculum introduces students to OSHA, EPA, Workers Compensation, and teen worker statutes and regulations. Concepts in management, development and administration of a safety program, as well as environmental issues, are discussed and analyzed. Upon successful completion of this course on campus, students will receive a certificate of training and the OSHA 10-Hour General Industry Card. This course is designed for small business owners, managers, and supervisors interested in increasing their knowledge as to federal and state regulations that apply to them.
Principles of Safety in the Food Service and Hospitality Trade Industry. One credit hour.
Course covers safety elements as they apply to food safety, employee safe work practices, and guest relations. Principles are derived from OSHA regulations and HACCP food safety practices.
Biomechanics (Ergonomics). Three credit hours.
Typical topics include man-machine systems, human capabilities and limitations, design of displays, controls, equipment, and workstations. Also, fundamentals of biomechanics in human activities and cumulative trauma or repetitive motion disorders.
Fire Safety and Code Enforcement Practices with Lab. Four credit hours.
Introduces safety professionals to fire prevention and code enforcement. A review of philosophy, statistics, and loss control as they apply to fire prevention. Students learn a practical method of prevention as well as NFPA Life Safety Code and IFSTA enforcement techniques.
Environmental Safety and Health with Lab. Four credit hours.
Topics include air and water quality; sanitation; hazardous materials and their storage, handling and transportation; waste management and cleanup; environmental laws and regulations; worker and community right-to-know laws; and protection of workers involved in hazardous material activities. Prerequisite: SET 107.
Accident Investigation/Behavioral Aspects of Safety. Three credit hours.
Subjects included are methodologies for accident and incident investigation and analysis; reporting and problem identification; accident propensity; motivation; risk taking; physical, mental and emotional problems; effects of drugs or alcohol on performance; and methods for modifying and controlling human behavior.
Industrial Toxicology with Lab. Four credit hours.
Topics include recognition, evaluation, and control of hazards related to noise; vibration; ionizing and non-ionizing radiation; thermal conditions; pressure; chemicals; airborne contaminants; and biological substances.
Training Methods for Safety. Three credit hours.
Methods for management of education and training for safety. Topics include task analysis; defining knowledge, skill and education/training requirements; course design and development; evaluation criteria and methods; delivery methods and media; methods and systems to manage training and training cost; tracking training that has been accomplished; and evaluation of programs.
Developing Leadership 2 credit hours.
This course introduces the essential concepts needed to develop leaders in an organization and improve the effectiveness of those already in those positions. Studies include but are not limited to: problem analysis, decision making, building teams, coaching, conflict management, goal setting, and accountability. An introduction to Behavior Based Safety management is included in this curriculum. This course is designed for new and or experienced supervisors, managers, and executives wanting to get the most out of their employees or just wanting to increase their effectiveness.
Understanding OSHA Regulations – General Industry 2 credit hours.
Understanding the OSHA regulations concerning general industry activities is one of the more difficult tasks company owners, managers, and supervisors have to comply with on a daily basis. This course explains the regulations in easier to understand terms, concepts and language. Students taking this course will have a deeper understanding of the how and why of regulation development, insight as to what OSHA is looking for, and the general industry regulation (29CFR1910) applies to their business.
Understanding OSHA Regulations – Construction 2 credit hours.
Understanding the OSHA regulations concerning construction activities is one of the more difficult tasks company owners, managers, and supervisors have to comply with on a daily basis. This course explains the regulations in easier to understand terms, concepts and language. Students taking this course will have a deeper understanding of the how and why of regulation development, insight as to what OSHA is looking for, and how the construction regulation (29CFR1926) applies to their business.
Oil and Gas Regulations 2 credit hours.
Oil and Gas is currently a hot topic and the regulations governing it can be confusing. This course is designed for supervisors, managers, and safety professionals working in the oil and gas industry who want a better understanding of the regulations which include general industry, construction, recordkeeping, ANSI, and API.
H2S Hydrogen Sulfide Instructor Training 2 credit hours.
This course covers the essential elements of ANSI Z390 and Z490 in regards to Hydrogen Sulfide training and what it takes to instruct an H2S awareness course. Students taking this course should have an awareness of the potential dangers of H2S and have a valid H2S awareness certificate or card from an accredited issuing entity that has not expired. Course content covers the ANSI and OSHA standards as well as referencing appropriate API/RP, State Rules, and modeling programs.
The Professional Trainer 2 credit hours.
This course covers ideas, concepts, and practices used by professional trainers to teach adults in all aspects of industry. Topics include but are not limited to: Program / course development, goal / objective setting, meeting standards, technology use, and classroom management techniques to increase student comprehension / retention, and instructional compliance. ANSI standards for instruction are used and taught in this course and students will be able to increase their training effectiveness upon successful completion. If you train adults or want to become a trainer then this course is for you.
Medic First Aid Trainer (2cr) Fall 2016
Having trained first aid and CPR individuals is not only a good idea but is required by regulations on many jobsites. Becoming a Medic First Aid Trainer allows experienced individuals to meet that challenge by providing the education and skills needed to instruct others in first aid and life saving skills. This course is perfect for EHS professionals, first responders, and others interested in learning needed skills and helping others save lives.
Vehicle Control Safety Officer 2 credit hours.
Vehicle Control Safety Officers (VCSO) are responsible for the management of vehicle fleets both large and small. These individuals supervise and or many times deliver driver training, schedule equipment maintenance, logistics, and are responsible for the drivers assigned to their company. This course is for those individuals looking to meet the requirements of a VCSO and or adding those duties to their job.
Workshop in Safety. One to nine credit hours. As announced.
(Repeatable for credit.)
Directed Studies. One to three credit hours.
This course allows the student to investigate in depth some subject matter that is not covered in the courses regularly offered by ENMU-Roswell. Assignments must, as a minimum, require 30 hours of work per credit hour in the form of a substantial research paper, study, or project. Prerequisite: Completion of Directed Studies Request form; consent of instructor and administrative approval. (Repeatable for credit.)
Topics in Safety. One to nine credit hours. As announced.
(May be repeated for credit with consent of instructor and administrative approval.)
Co-op/Internship Training. One to three credit hours.
Practical applications in a work environment. (May be repeated for a maximum of six credit hours.)