Safety & Health Opportunities at Keene State
Designed to help students think critically, anticipate, identify, and prioritize hazards, the course of study emphasizes problem-solving, understanding cost effectiveness, developing professional and program management skills, and learning the full range of safety and environmental regulatory compliance. The course of study is hands-on, practical, and often on-site at places where people work, live, and play.
When we say “applied” in the name of our department, we mean it. A large network of companies comes to our program for their best interns. Some facilities have large, highly developed safety programs, while smaller organizations allow students a closer look at supervisory and management roles. These situations offer students a chance to fuse formal study with on-the-job management experience.
- Workforce Development
Designed for those who are ready to engage in a plan of study that is meaningful, relevant and demonstrates that they possess the knowledge, skills and dispositions of seasoned professionals.
Prepares students to protect the health and safety of workers. The course of study is hands-on, practical, and often on-site at places where people work, live and play.
This major prepares students for a variety of occupational safety and health program management positions in the private and public construction sector. Students may choose a major or a minor.
Authorized by the US Department of Labor OSHA to provide innovative and effective safety and health training to improve safety culture and performance in the workplace.
Provides free, onsite occupational safety and health consultation services to eligible employers in New Hampshire.
Hire your next Keene State College Safety student or alum at our Fall & Spring Career Fair. We want to help you to promote your employment opportunities on our campus. For more information email: KSCSafety@keene.edu