Promote worksite or product safety by using knowledge of industrial processes.
Health and Safety Engineers use engineering to make work sites safer. They use knowledge of mechanics, chemistry, psychology, and health and safety laws. This career does not include workers who oversee the safety of mines (see Mining and Geological Engineers).
|Wages||$55.91 per hour on average|
|Outlook||The outlook is Good|
|Education & Training||Bachelor's degree is needed for entry.|
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|Career Pathways||Health, Safety and Environmental Management|
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