The Safety Engineering program is a discipline which is regulatory driven as well as technology driven, and as such is continually evolving with new legal and regulatory requirements being addressed by safety professionals. New interpretations of the discipline are also introduced by innovative technology, and Kennedy-Western continues to adapt the Safety Engineering program as the needs of the industry change.
At the Bachelor of Science level, the program addresses the various themes within the field of safety, and students should consult with their faculty advisor for the overall focus of their program.
At the graduate level, the more senior responsibilities of a safety professional are addressed, such as property loss control and safety program design and management. At the doctorate level, action-oriented research is encouraged, with clear applications to industry.
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