1. Implement the primary principles of fire safety and emergency care
  2. Develop skills and abilities pertinent to hazardous materials handling and basic chemistry
  3. Search out and interpret regulatory requirements and initiate documentation requirements
  4. Implement basic principles of safety and accident prevention as they relate to industry and business, especially program management
  5. Review the essential elements of industrial hygiene, especially workplace chemical and physical hazards


  1. Inclusion of all the above competencies ( 1 through 5 )
  2. Ability to communicate effectively both verbally and in writing
  3. Describe the function of business law and statistics
  4. Apply the fundamental tools of business statistics
  5. Outline and demonstrate the important principles of a good trainer
  6. Discuss the importance of leadership and development.
  7. Realize the importance of work place human relations
  8. Incorporate the principles of basic safety within the work place through a capstone project
  9. Investigate the impact of computers in industry

For more information on the Safety Science Program, contact Denis Zeimet, Ph.D., CIH,
at (515)964-6697. E-mail can be sent to: dezeimet@dmacc.cc.ia.us

2006 South Ankeny Boulevard, Ankeny, Iowa 50023

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