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Midwest Center for Occupational Health & Safety

This continuing education center provides a variety of training courses in occupational and environmental health and safety, including:

  • Occupational and Environmental Health Nursing
  • Occupational and Environmental Medicine
  • Industrial Hygiene (including Hazardous Substances)
  • Occupational Safety

We can design a training class to fit your health and safety needs. Our on-site Occupational Safety & Health Administration (OSHA) compliant training saves time and money by bringing customized classes to your organization.
MCOHS faculty and staff are experts in regulatory compliance, ergonomics, industrial hygiene, occupational and environmental health and safety, and hazardous materials.

For further information, contact: 1-877-36-MCOHS (1-877-366-2647).

  • Academic Programs
    MCOHS offers the following education and training programs:

    Industrial Hygiene (MS, MPH, PhD) is concerned with the recognition, evaluation and control of potential workplace hazards, including chemical, physical and biological agents; and the potential health threats to the community and the environment.

    Occupational and Environmental Health Nursing (MS, MPH, PhD) provides intensive training for nurses interested in occupational health management.

    Occupational and Environmental Medicine for Physicians (MPH) is the academic component of an occupational medicine residency program.

    Occupational Health Services Research and Policy (PhD) is a joint offering by the Divisions of Environmental Health Sciences and Health Policy and Management. EnHS students complete supporting coursework in health services research, policy and administration.

    Occupational Injury Prevention Research Training (PhD) incorporates advanced training through curriculum and trainee research opportunities that involve multidisciplinary collaborations with experts in occupational injury epidemiology, engineering and human factors/ergonomics, safety, medicine, and the social sciences including occupational psychology.

  • Contract Opportunities
    MCOHS will provide a contract course to meet your training needs. Call us to see how this might work best for you, at our site or yours.
    Training options include:

    • Initial NIOSH Approved Spirometry Training
    • NIOSH Approved Spirometry Refresher Training
    • Respiratory Protection Programs: Features, Facts and Fit Testing
    • Lead Safety for Renovation, Repair and Painting

    For further information, contact 877-36-MCOHS (1-877-366-2647).

 

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