UNBC’s Occupational Health & Safety Online Certificate for Practitioners teaches the knowledge, tools, and procedures you will need to build your OH&S professional career. Developed and taught by experienced instructors, this online certificate helps you establish fundamental skills to become an OH&S professional, enabling you to work in various industries.
Why Choose the Occupational Health & Safety Online Certificate?
- Self-paced curriculum: A self-paced curriculum means you determine the pace and duration it takes to complete your certificate.
- Easy-to-use Format: Video-based courses supported by easily navigated learning tools for quick and easy material review.
- Industry-focused qualifications: The OH&S Online Certificate currently fulfills the academic requirements for certification by the Board of Canadian Registered Safety Professionals (BCRSP). (Requirements are subject to change). Learn More.
- Instant Course Access: Immediate course access the moment you are registered for the certificate.
- Responsive Program Support: From start to finish, our support staff are available to help with registration, coursework advisement, scheduling, technical support, and more.
Choose Your Payment Option
Payment Option #1
Pay $4,500 when you register for the complete OH&S Certificate. A savings of more than $3,000.
Payment Option #2
Pay and learn as you go. Register on a course-by-course basis at a cost of $765 per course. Perfect for upgrading skills. Find your course below.
- OH&S 1 - Occupational Health & Safety Fundamentals
- OH&S 2 - Legislation: Acts & Regulations
- OH&S 3 - Hazard Analysis, Risk Assessment & Control
- OH&S 4 - Ergonomics for Injury Prevention & Accommodation
- OH&S 5 - Hazardous Materials & Occupational Hygiene
- OH&S 6 - Fire Safety Planning & Systems
- OH&S 7 - Safety Inspections
- OH&S 8 - Accident Investigation & Reporting
- OH&S 9 - Emergency Preparedness & Response
- OH&S 10 - Safety Program Design & Analysis
Important Information for Students Seeking their BCRSP Certification
Presently, this certificate fulfills the academic requirements for certification by the Board of Canadian Registered Safety Professionals (BCRSP). However, as of July 1, 2018, a certificate will fulfill the academic requirements for the Canadian Registered Safety Technician (CRST) Certification, whereas a Diploma will now be the minimum academic requirements for certification by the BCRSP. For details about changes to BCRSP requirements, go to BCRSP.ca or visit here.