Skill Award in Construction Health and Safety Specialist

Construction safety is a growing profession. This skill award is an ideal option for construction industry supervisors who are charged with the responsibility to maintain safe worksite conditions in order to be better prepared to effectively address the on-the-job safety of their subordinate staff.  Completion of this skill award prepares working superintendents, supervisors, forepersons, crew leaders and other working students to sit for the nationally and regionally recognized Safety Trained Supervisor Construction (STSC) credential examination by the Board of Certified Safety Professionals (BCSP). 

Required courses:
CM 110Introduction to Construction Management3
CM 210Construction Project Safety3
CM 270Construction Means, Methods and Equipment3
CM 280Safety Program Management3
Total Units12

Skill Award Level Student Learning Outcomes

Students completing the Construction Health and Safety Specialist Skill Award will:

  1. Analyze the elements of a Job Hazard Analysis.
  2. Develop a site-specific Injury, Illness and Prevention plan.
  3. Analyze effective approaches to mitigating and managing construction safety hazards.