Professional Post Graduate in Industrial Safety – 2 Years

  • Course level: All Levels


This course will provide students with a strong overall understanding of the many safety practices and requirements as they relate to industrial settings, specifically power generation, transmission, and distribution.  The course will cover material from the Occupational Safety and Health Administration Standard 29 CFR 1910 and other current industrial safety practices.

Fee Structure

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What Will I Learn?

  • In many cases companies are not only ethically bound to ensure the safety of their workers-against all such hazards, but also legally and financially liable to do so. In most industrial settings safety precautions are highly regulated by federal and state agencies, a compliance regime that many business leaders resent. The stiff regulatory burden in part reflects the complex and serious nature of safety issues. Some believe that smaller companies, in particular, would have a hard time staying abreast of the myriad safety issues if not for legal requirements, which, according to the theory, educate employers about work hazards. However, the labyrinth of safety laws and regulations has also risen in response to the historical pattern of corporate resistance in adopting comprehensive, proactive safety policies and in providing adequate compensation once an injury has occurred. There is a marked tendency for businesses to do as little as possible in these areas until prodded by laws or organized labor.

Topics for this course

9 Lessons15-32-64h

Module 1

Safety Management – Principles & Practice
Safety Engineering

Module 2

Module 3


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  • The following documents required for admission.
  • Educational documents
  • CNIC/Passport Copy
  • Passport Size Picture
  • Experience letter in relevant field

Target Audience

  • Relevant Qualification