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Introduction to Occupational health & safety

Study workplace health and safety and join the profession that makes a difference. Choose from our range of OHS courses and learn health and safety foundations. Studying OHS through higher education incorporates broad principals including ethics and integrity, legal aspects, and psychological hazards in the occupational environment.

Become a dedicated occupational health and safety professional that shows industry what it means to work safe. Enjoy diverse roles in small business, large business and government. Work in cities or remote locations like rigs and mines.

Influence real safety outcomes through meaningful work.

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Nessa studied employee relations with Griffith University, through Open Universities Australia.

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