Bachelor of Science in Engineering Technology, Safety Management

  • Dosimeter
    Hands on learning and training using a noise dosimeter to assess the sound level.
  • Decibel Monitoring Equipment
    Noise Dosimeter
    Hands-on safety and risk assessment equipment.
  • Personal Air Sampling Equipment
    Air-Sampling Pump Kit
    Hands-on safety and risk assessment equipment.
  • Students using a personal Air Sampler
    Set-up of air sampling pump for air contaminant samples collection.
  • Hanging around safely
    Students are practicing safe procedure of confined space entry.


The emphasis in Safety Management of Engineering Technology program provides knowledge and proficiency for students to make workplaces safer and to address hazardous situations and emergency events. Through hands-on assignments, students will be equipped with the knowledge needed to anticipate, recognize and evaluate potential hazards and enhance workplace safety.

Program Educational Objectives

  1. Apply concepts of safety and risk management to prioritize resources, reduce costs and minimize occupational hazards.

  2. Anticipate, recognize, evaluate, and control hazardous conditions that affect workers, properties and/or work environments.
  3. Demonstrate safety leadership skills, teamwork, and effective communication skills.
  4. Identify and apply applicable safety standards, regulations, and codes in industrial settings
  5. Apply engineering technology and strategies to resolve issues of ethics and social responsibility.
  6. Integrate professional, ethical, and social responsibilities as a professional in the field.

Student Outcomes

  1. Ability to anticipate, recognize, evaluate, and apply control approaches for hazardous conditions and workplaces.
  2. Ability to utilize risk management concepts to prioritize resources and minimize risk.
  3. Utilize engineering skills and techniques to develop and evaluate industrial training programs.
  4. Identify and apply applicable standards, regulations, and codes in an industrial setting.
  5. Conduct accident investigations and analysis.
  6. Acknowledge of the impact of engineering technology solutions in a societal and global context; and a commitment to safety, timeliness, and continuous improvement.

Career Opportunities

  • Construction
  • Manufacturing
  • Oil/Petroleum
  • technology
  • Agriculture and Forestry
  • Mining
  • Insurance
  • Food Processing
  • Environmental
  • Emergency Management
  • Government
  • Healthcare
  • Transportation
  • Warehousing and Distribution
  • Utilities

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