Graduate Safety-Occ and Env Sfty & Hlth
2014 Summer Term
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BEHAVIORAL ASPECTS OF ACCIDENT PREVENTION
Safety-Occ and Env Sfty & Hlth 650
Selected theories of accident causation and countermeasures are studied. Examination of physiological, medical, psychological, and sociological factors which influence behavior, and methods for modifying unsafe behavior. Prereq: Consent of instructor.
Safety-Occ and Env Sfty & Hlth 688
This course is intended to provide the student with basic introductory information concerning human information processing capabilities and limitations. Ergonomic strategies for preventing manual material handling, repetitive motion injury and ergonomic design and evaluation of man-machine systems will be included in the course. Prereq: Consent of instructor.
SYSTEM SAFETY ANALYSIS
Safety-Occ and Env Sfty & Hlth 787
Introduction to the system technique as applied to the recognition of potential accident situations in occupational environments. Concentration will be on the qualitative aspects of safety, utilizing numerous examples and problems.
READINGS AND RESEARCH IN SAFETY
Safety-Occ and Env Sfty & Hlth 789
Students will examine research and professional issues and apply the information to a problem of their choice. This course will be required of students who choose the non-thesis option of the M.S. in Safety. In lieu of a thesis, students will complete this course and 33 additional graduate credits. This course will provide a "capstone" graduate program experience.
Safety-Occ and Env Sfty & Hlth 793
Safety Studies Practicum.
Safety-Occ and Env Sfty & Hlth 798
Study of a selected topic or topics under the direction of a faculty member.
Safety-Occ and Env Sfty & Hlth 799
Students must complete a Thesis Proposal Form in the Graduate Studies Office before registering for this course.