- Disposal Options for the Rocket Motors From Nerve Agent Rockets Stored at Blue Grass Army Depot
- Assessment of Approaches for Using Process Safety Metrics at the Blue Grass and Pueblo Chemical Agent Destruction Pilot Plants
- Evaluation of Safety and Environmental Metrics for Potential Application at Chemical Agent Disposal Facilities
OSH Graduate Student, Austin Blakely, was recognized in MSU's Racer Nation Information for the opportunity afforded to participate in a summer internship with Chevron in Hawaii. October 14/2016
Dr. Yousif Abulhassan, Assistant Professor in the Department of Occupational Safety and Health, received the 2016 Safety Technical Group Best Student Paper Award (First Place) from the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society at the HFES International Annual Meeting in Washington, D.C. The Award was for his paper entitled “Relating The Strength Capabilities of Children to the Design of School Bus Emergency Roof Hatches."
Dr. Bassam Atieh is appointed Residential College Head of Richmond CollegeThe Office of Student Affairs is pleased to announce the appointment of Dr. Bassam Atieh, Professor in the Department of Occupational Safety and Health, as the new College Head of Richmond College. Dr. Atieh has a very impressive record of working with students outside the classroom and will be a valuable addition to the residential college system according to Don Robertson, vice president for Student Affairs.
Dr. Kristen Spicer led OSH 330/630 on a Study Abroad Tour to Ireland to Gain Irish Perspectives on Risk
2016 OSH Awards and Recognition Reception
Eleven Murray State Students Receive Scholarships
The Board of Certified Safety Professionals (BCSP) has recognized the Department of Occupational Safety and Health's Bachelor and Master of Science degrees. Students graduating with a B.S. or M.S. in Occupational Safety & Health from Murray State University may immediately apply for the Graduate Safety Practitioner (GSP) designation. The Graduate Safety Practitioner (GSP) program is an additional path to the Certified Safety Professional (CSP). The GSP designation is available to safety degree graduates from degree programs which meet BCSP Qualified Academic Program (QAP) standards. A QAP is an academic degree program in safety which meets BCSP standards for participation in the GSP program. Currently, BCSP defines a QAP as a bachelor's or master's degree program holding program accreditation as a safety or similarly named program by the Applied Science Accreditation Commission of ABET (ABET-ASAC). The benefits for obtaining the GSP designation include recognition for bring in a path toward the CSP certification, recognition for the level of preparation for professional safety practice, a waiver of the application fee, a waiver of the Safety Fundamentals examination, and a certificate awarding the GSP designation.
The Board of Directors of the Institute for Safety and Health Management (ISHM) has recognized the Department of Occupational Safety and Health's Bachelor and Master of Science degrees. Students graduating with a B.S. or M.S. in Occupational Safety & Health may immediately apply for the Associate Safety and Health Manager (ASHM) certification and with two years experience in the safety and health management field apply for and take the Certified Safety and Health Manager (CSHM) exam.