Principles Of Safety Engineering
course unit covers concepts in safety, electric hazards, electrical protection
mechanisms, accident investigation and reporting, safety performance monitoring
and safety education and training. It also examines how the safety engineering
professional works with the designer to ensure the appropriate product,
facility or equipment needed for a project.
enable the students to get a comprehensive knowledge on various safety hazard
the end of this course, the student should be able to:
1. Outline the job hazard analysis.
2. Analyze management's role in safety and assess the
3. Explain controls necessary for pressure safety.
4. Assess methods of controlling safety necessary during
materials handling and storage.
5. Identify how to recognize the multiple hazards
associated with welding and operating in confined spaces.
student completing the course is expected to:
characteristics and qualities of the successful safety professional.
recognition, investigation, analysis, and control of hazards.
Complete a job
frequency and severity rates.
management's role in safety and assess the importance.
necessary for pressure safety.
of controlling safety necessary during materials handling and storage.
different multiple hazards associated with electricity and power protection
Conduct a basic
machine guarding assessment.
10. Explain the primary hazards associated with power
11. Explain controls necessary for electrical hazards