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Occupational Health and Safety Technicians

 

Collect data on work environments to make sure they are safe and healthy.

Occupational Health and Safety Technicians collect data on work environments. They evaluate programs that are designed to limit chemical, physical, or biological risks to workers. They may also work to improve the use of equipment to avoid stress or injury (ergonomics).


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Education & Training High School or less is needed for entry.
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On the Job Work Activities
Career Pathways Health, Safety and Environmental Assurance
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