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Mainstreaming occupational safety and health into university education

Mainstreaming occupational safety and health into university education

Future engineers, architects, medical professionals and business administrators and managers will all need to take account of OSH in aspects in their working lives. This report presents a variety of cases concerning how OSH has been included in university-level education. Of most interest were examples where OSH was embedded in the programme of other undergraduate studies, such as a general engineering undergraduate course or a business studies course. However, few examples were found where OSH/risk education had been truly embedded within the curriculum of individual courses.

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