Department of Occupational Safety
1. Complete courses on safety and health management, working environment appraisal, public health statistics, and occupational diseases. We train our students to be specialists in the field of safety and health management.
2. Train environmental measurement professionals with advanced skills through courses and experiments in physical and chemical measurement.
3. Train sophisticated lab analysts through courses and experiments in analytic chemistry and industrial instrumental analysis.
4. Through tutoring and guidance, help students to obtain certifications as Labor Safety and Health technicians and Industrial Safety and Health technicians.
5. Strengthen co-operation between industry and the college, and obtain more job opportunities for students. Set up good interaction with factories to help our students gain more experience and obtain more practice and job opportunities.
6. Promote professional direction on a personal teacher-student basis. This personal teacher-student model is helpful in teaching. Teachers can advise their students directly to enter further education or help them to obtain a job. Student’s daily work can also be monitored.
7. Promote “5-S education”, that is, Seiri, Seiton, Seiso, Seiketsu and Shutsuke. This refers to occupational education, requiring students to establish the concept of safety and health in their daily life as well as developing professional skills. This can lay a firm foundation for future work.
8. Hold regular seminars, inviting related scholars and professionals as keynote speakers.
9. Plan special training sessions according to the requirements of the market, such as sessions on occupational safety and health. Encourage students to take part in research and share their findings.
10. Increase the proportion of students who gain certification as safety and health technicians. Provide training course on safety and health management and working environment appraisal.
11. Promote general education on lab safety and health, co-operating with the environmental protection group of the Department of Education.
12. Construct an e-learning environment. Promote the digitalization of teaching and materials. Strengthen the learning network, and construct a self-learning system.
Institute of Industrial Safety and Disaster Prevention
2. Required courses:
Seminar; Special topic on occupational safety and health; Research and technical writing; Data reduction and analysis; Practice of industrial safety and disaster prevention.
3. Elective courses:
Special topics on industrial risk assessment; Applied statistics; Failure and reliability analysis; Special topics on human factors; Special topics on fire and explosion prevention; Special topics on fire safety; Special topics on mechanical and electrical facilities safety; Special topics on chemical process safety assessment; Construction safety assessment; Special topics on plant safety; Disaster prevention and rescue policy and law; Disaster prevention and emergency response technology; Information systems for disaster prevention; Application of GIS in disaster reduction study; Earthquake hazard assessment; Safety management of plant operations Special topics on aerosols; Environmental and occupational diseases; Special topics on indoor air quality; Health risk assessment and management; Green industry hazard assessment; Green industry planning; Industrial risk disaster management; Biotech industry hazard assessment; High-tech industry plant safety and health assessment; Photoelectric and semiconductor process safety;; Nanotechnology industrial safety and health; Geological hazards and factory safety; Geological hazard assessment; Environmental geology; Vibration analysis; Practice of monitoring on plant safety; Safety evaluation of high technology plants.
A minimum of 30 graduate credits is required for the M.S. degree, which consists of 24 credits for courses and a 6-credit thesis. Candidates must finish the curriculum within 4 years.