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Free occupational safety and health courseware collections

Occupational safety and health incorporates several different fields of study, including labor relations, public policy, economics, and health care. Students and professionals involved in occupational safety and health programs or careers need to be able to evaluate injury prevention programs, company policies, general safety risks and rules, and issues affecting the labor market. To learn about current industry theories and practices, or to get an introduction to occupational safety and health, students and professionals can look to open courseware classes for training and resources. Schools like the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Health and MIT offer students access to their quality educational resources in the area. Classes available include instruction in industrial hygiene, proper terminology, injury control and injury prevention, labor and politics, urban labor markets, strikes and more.

For an example of the types of resources available in occupational safety and health through open courseware, students can refer to this list of classes, including Environmental Health, Principles of Industrial Hygiene, Confronting the Burden of Injuries, Urban Labor Markets and Employment, and others. Students develop their practical and leadership skills by learning about occupational safety and health standards around the world and ways in which to communicate with business owners, labor unions, health care organizations and individual employees. Additional issues discussed in these classes include environmental contamination, pollution, and human reactions to and diseases caused by pollution.

  • Environmental Health [Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health] - Learn about "possible future approaches to control of the major environmental health problems in industrialized and developing countries" in this course, as well as human reactions to pollution and environmental contamination.
  • Principles of Industrial Hygiene [Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health] - This occupational health course covers topics in industrial hygiene, hygiene terminology, policy and more.
  • Confronting the Burden of Injuries [Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health] - Designed for "students interested in working on injury control," this course discusses injury prevention programs and more.