6 - 8 Months (Self Paced)
Maximum Allowed Duration: 24 Months
Expected Effort: 10-15 hours/week
This program provides you with an in-depth knowledge and expertise in the science underpinning work related health and safety. It places a strong emphasis on modern day occupational health and safety concerns.
TOTAL CREDITS: 32
Next Start Date
Why study this program?
What will be taught?
MODULE 01: OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH PRACTICE AND MANAGEMENT PRINCIPLES
MODULE 02: OCCUPATIONAL HAZARD MANAGEMENT / MEDICAL SURVEILLANCE
MODULE 03: EPIDEMIOLOGY AND EVIDENCE BASED OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH
MODULE 04: OCCUPATIONAL INJURIES AND ILLNESSES
MODULE 05: OCCUPATIONAL HYGIENE
MODULE 06: CLINICAL OCCUPATIONAL MEDICINE
MODULE 07: REGULATORY, LEGAL & ETHICAL OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH COMPLIANCE
MODULE 08: WORKPLACE ENVIRONMENT MANAGEMENT, SECURITY & EMERGENCIES
MODULE 09: SAFETY COMMUNICATIONS AND FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT
TOTAL CREDITS: 32
MODE OF STUDY: ONLINE
How will I be assessed?
You will be assessed on an ongoing basis by the faculty based on the following criteria:
One is the completion of the online multiple choice question tests that follow each lesson; and second is the timely submission of assignments for each study module within the JLI e-Campus.
Your academic performance in the program will be assessed on a 4 point GPA scale. More details about our evaluation system is available in the following link: Evaluation System
Am I eligible?
The minimum eligibility criteria for Advanced PG Diploma in Occupational Health and Safety Management (APGDOHSM) would include either of the following:
- Any degree in Bioscience/Life Sciences such as Biochemistry, Microbiology, Genetics, Biotechnology, Botany, Zoology etc
- Any degree in Medicine such as MBBS, BDS, BPT, BAMS, BHMS, BUMS etc
- Any degree in Pharmacy / Pharmaceutical Sciences
- Any degree in Nursing / Allied Health
- Any degree in Engineering
- Students in their final year of graduation for the above courses are also eligible to apply.
If you lack the above mentioned educational prerequisite you may still be eligible to apply if you have some prior work experience in a related area. Please contact our admission representatives / counsellor to discuss your case.
What support will I receive?
As a student you can interact online with the faculty members and fellow students to network and to discuss important topics via your e-Campus. The faculty promptly answers all questions related to the study in the Online Campus Tutoring Center (OCTC).
Towards the end of the program you will be provided placement assistance if required and career development support via the “Student Success Team”.
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James Lind Institute offers various masters degree programs in the areas of public health, business administration etc.
- MPH (with specializations)
- M.Sc in Health Mgmt
- MBA (various specializations)
For information on available masters programs via our School of Health Sciences; & our Business School click below:
Occupational health and safety experts help to identify, prevent and minimize dangerous situations in a work environment which can lead to accidents causing disabilities, deaths and even long term impacts on the health of workers. They help organizations develop processes that are safer and more efficient.
If you pursue a career in this field, you might design programs to control, eliminate or prevent health problems caused by chemical, physical or biological agents. You might advise organizations about using more ergonomically designed equipment or furniture. You might conduct occupational safety inspections or evaluate how well employers adhere to laws, regulations or policies designed to protect their workers' health and safety.
Job opportunities for occupational health and safety specialists are expected to surge 7 percent from 2012 to 2022. Specialists will be required to work in various industries to make sure that organizations are in compliance with both existing and new regulations.
Occupational Outlook Handbook, 2014-15 Edition
Bureau of Labor Statistics,
U.S. Department of Labor