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Crugar in Mission, Texas

36 months ago

Are there many females in the Safety profession? I have my degree in Technology Managment with subjects in Risk/Resource mgmt, Supply Chain mgmt, E-proc., Quality Assurance, Supervision. I have tried researching possible additional degrees I could obtain, but I have come to the conclusion that it all depends on experience and certifications. The only form of Safety experience I have is a DOT audit for a logistics company.

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safetysupervisor in Hammond, Indiana

36 months ago

Crugar,

I think you are theoritically well qualified for a safety job, what you are required to do is having practical experience of this field. And as per certifications are concerned you can do "OSHA 30 Certified and/or OSHA 500/501", this certification is specially done for <a href="www.safetysupervisor.com/safety_supervisors/">safety manager</a> and other safety officials position.
All the best.. :)

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safetysupervisor in Hammond, Indiana

36 months ago

Crugar,

I think you are theoritically well qualified for a safety job, what you are required to do is having practical experience of this field. And as per certifications are concerned you can do "OSHA 30 Certified and/or OSHA 500/501", this certification is specially done for safety manager and other safety officials position.
All the best.. :)

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Indian in Vashi, India

6 months ago

Is the Masters In Environment,health and safety from rochester institute of technology is a good option?

Or the masters in occupational health and safety engineering from njit???

Please reply ASAP.

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saferayrpm@gmail.com in Roselle, New Jersey

3 months ago

I'm a Boilermaker in local 13 and have 17yrs . field exp.since 1998. I currently hold the Osha 510,500,30hr.,10hr.,construction safety certifications,as well as steel errection,scaffold errection/dismantling,hole watch,fire watch,confine space training,bottle safety training,rigging traing,Red Cross CPR trained Adult/Child

Certifications above and 17yrs. Field exsp.
I'm currently enrolled in Columbia Southern University for Occupational Health / Safety and Industrial Hygiene
I'm 54yrs.old can anyone help direct me to somebody in need of my safety exsp.
I am a work-a-holic and 60hrs.a week is a normal job for me,but I like 7 days and 12hrs.
when it's available.

Thank you for your time and consideration,
Raymond Meloni local 13 Boilermakers Safety Professional

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Barry Price in Marietta, Georgia

2 months ago

I'm a 52 year old former certified welder and Iron Worker and have been out of work for 5 years due to torn rotator cuff surgeries. I am interested in becoming an OSHA inspector in the construction and welding field but don't know where to start.Can someone point me in the direction that I am seeking?

Thanking you in advance.
Respectfully,Barry Price

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Barry Price in Marietta, Georgia

2 months ago

I'm a 52 year old former certified welder and Iron Worker and have been out of work for 5 years due to torn rotator cuff surgeries. I am interested in becoming an OSHA inspector in the construction and welding field but don't know where to start.Can someone point me in the direction that I am seeking?

Thanking you in advance.
Respectfully,Barry Price

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