Modules on this course include:
- Introduction to Environment, Health and Safety (30 credits)
Gain an introduction to EHS including the drivers for change, legislation, topical issues, and identification of hazards together with an introduction to the legislative framework and management systems.
- Environment, Health and Safety Assessment (30 credits)
Cover a range of techniques that can be used to assess the risk to both the environment and employee health and safety of a range of hazards.
- Control and Management of Environment, Health and Safety Risks (30 credits)
Study the means by which EHS risks can be managed together with an evaluation of the effectiveness of the means chosen. Communication of hazards and their associated risks will also form a key part of this module.
- Research Project (60 credits)
Undertake a research project where you will research and design a piece of primary research. Negotiate a topic that reflects your personal interests and career aspirations as well as our supervisory expertise.
Optional modules (choose one):
- Research Methods and Professional Practice: Dissertation (30 credits)
Focus on data analysis, research skills and professional practice covering a range of research skills. It will also include a range of professional practice skills to meet the requirements of the IOSH core curriculum as well as the requirements of employers.
- Research Methods and Professional Practice: Placement (30 credits)
This is similar to the option above but you will undertake a placement rather than a dissertation.
Some modules have prerequisites. Read more about what this means in our Help and Advice article.