OCCHP-CT Occupational Health & Safety

Program Outline

Sixteen courses are required to earn a certificate.    
  • OHS-Safety  C
  • OHS-Health C
  • OHS-Documentation & Reporting C (replaced OHS Business Communications 1)
  • OHS-Environmental Issues C
  • Ergonomics - Intro C
  • OHS-Training Intro C
  • OHS-Ethical and Legal Issues C
  • OHS-Information Management C (formerly OHS Data Management)
  • OHS-Risk Management C
  • OHS-Hygiene C
  • OHS-Program Development C
  • OHS-Managing OHS C/D
  • Project Management Fundamentals C/D
  • Hazard Recognition, Evaluation & Control C 
  • OHS-Safety Audit & Analysis C 

Final Course of Study - Choose One: All theory courses must be completed prior to registering
*OHS-Workplace Experience
**OHS Capstone Project

Note: C+ (65 percent) in all courses.

Legend: 
  • C/D - Classroom or Distance Delivery
  • C - Classroom Delivery
  • D - Distance Delivery


*The 240-hour workplace experience must be completed on a full-time basis over a six-week period. You must be available days, evenings and/or weekends. Workplace Experience is arranged by the College. Placements are available in Winnipeg only.

**The OHS Capstone Project may be available for students who have successfully completed all required theory courses and are currently working in the occupational health and safety field.
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