Caters for a wide range of practitioners including safety officers, occupational health nurses, safety and training coordinators, risk managers, personnel officers and managers, ventilation engineers, safety and health representatives and others who need to increase or update their knowledge and skills in Occupational Safety and Health. Graduates from this course will be trained to lower the risk of occupational accidents and occupational disease.
An undergraduate degree OR equivalent prior learning including at least five years appropriate professional experience.
Graduate Diploma of Occupational Safety and Health
This course is not available for on-campus study by students on an International student visa.
This course structure contains information about the units which comprise the course as well as the credit points required to successfully complete it.
The course is comprised of 120 credit points (six units).
Units should be completed in the order listed below.
Unit Description Points
OHS5101 Prevention of Accidents and Ill-Health at Work 1 20
OHS5107 Occupational Health and Safety Management, Technology and Ergonomics 1 20
OHS5110 Rehabilitation, Compensation and Health Promotion 20
Plus three units from the list below:
HST5118 Occupational Hygiene and Toxicology 20
HST5130 Principles of Environmental Health 20
OHS5112 System Safety Management and Emergency Planning 20
OHS5114 Occupational, Health and Safety Management, Technology and Ergonomics 2 20
OHS5213 Prevention of Accidents and Ill-Health at Work 2 20