Why Choose Occupational Health and Safety Certificate?
Safety is a primary concern of workers in certain types of industry. The Occupational Health and Safety Certificate is designed to provide workers with the information necessary to function on the job without suffering or causing injury.
Get a Great Job
Individuals with knowledge about safety issues are in demand in a variety of occupational settings including manufacturing and construction.
First-year students must have a high school diploma with a minimum 2.5 GPA. Previous college courses and work experience are helpful but not required.
To obtain a certificate, you must successfully complete all three courses at the level specified by the instructor. Individuals who complete all three of the certificate courses will have completed 11 credit hours required in the bachelors in Environmental Health and Safety Management or associate degree in Environmental Health and Safety Technology degrees at Ferris State University.
College of Allied Health Sciences
Ferris State University
200 Ferris Drive
Big Rapids, MI 49307-2740
Phone: 231-591-2270 or
1-800-462-8553, ext. 2266