Boston University moved to remote teaching and learning format for all in-person classes to reduce the effects of COVID-19. Classes will meet during the advertised timeframe, and links to the classes will be provided to the students. Please visit our COVID-19 website for more information about the university’s operation during this period.
This course discusses the important functions of ensuring health and safety and minimizing risk. The student will be exposed to major applicable EHS regulations and compliance issues.
Topics: OSHA and the inspection process; environmental and property due diligence; ASTM methodology; indoor air quality investigation; loss prevention and physical security; workplace violence prevention; fire protection and life safety engineering; establishment of a facility-specific program for preservation of life/property; EHS audit parameters; selection of an environmental, health, and/or safety consultant; and other risk management considerations for the facility manager.
Typically offered in January.