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Studying Bachelors of Occupational Safety and Health in Malaysia will teach you about the effort to protect workers and labourers from Hazards in the workplace. An expert in Occupational and safety and health will be responsible for defining safe operational procedures which recognise and picks out all relevant hazards, works on regular site inspections to check if the rules and regulations of Safety and health are being followed.
The duration to study Occupational Safety and Health in Malaysia is 3 years.
ll applicants, except those with a degree qualification in art or humanities, must have passed and attained a minimum of the following:
Sijil Tinggi Pelajaran Malaysia (STPM) / A-Level / Foundation / Matriculation / Pre-University
Pass STPM or A-Level with at least a GPA 2.33 (D in A-Levels) in 2 of the following subjects;
Physics / Mathematics
Diploma from a related field of study from CUCMS or any other Higher Education Provider
With a minimum CGPA of 2.75;
Or less than 2.75 but above 2.00 with 3 years working experience in related field
Minimum TOEFL score of 550 (PBT) – for international student
Or minimum IELTS score of 5.5 – for international student
• MUET Band 3 – for local student
The career you can choose to work after you complete Degree course in Occupational Health & Safety in Malaysia are as follows:
You can find employment in industries like:
First and foremost, occupational safety and health (OSH) professionals have rewarding jobs, creating safe work environments by preventing workplace fatalities, injuries and illnesses. Safety careers offer job availability, excellent salaries and career advancement and leadership opportunities.
The candidate must hold a Bachelor's degree or a Master's degree in a relevant discipline like B.Sc/ B. Tech in food technology/ dairy technology/ biotechnology/ agriculture Science/ biochemistry etc from a recognized institute.
The study mode is either full time or part-time which are as follows:
• Didactic lectures
• Practical Laboratory sessions
• Written examinations
• Industrial training