Duties and Responsibilities:
Train individuals on occupational health and safety (OSHA) topics through classroom training. Prepare course content and paperwork associated with training; consult with business and industry on OSHA training needs; travel to business sites to provide training; attend professional development seminars; affiliated with local, state, and national organizations in order to maintain knowledge of profession; utilize computer and audio visual aid equipment.
Required Minimum Qualifications:
Associate degree in workforce development, occupational safety, or related field; three years’ experience working with occupational safety issues or equivalent.
Bachelor’s degree in workforce development, occupational safety, or related field; five years’ experience working with
occupational safety issues; experience in teaching occupational health and safety topics.