OA4406 Survivability, Habitability, Environmental Safety and Occupational Health

This course will provide an overview of personnel survivability methodology, safety, health hazards, and occupational health concepts. The evaluation of new and modified military systems and equipment for safety and potential health hazards will be addressed through reviewing models, methods and processes available to help identify and mitigate the potential harm from accidents and hostile environments. Occupational health concerns will be addressed and methods of alleviating or minimizing workplace hazards will be analyzed. Risk analysis and mitigation models also will be examined for their contribution to increased safety and operational effectiveness. Prerequisites: None.

Lecture Hours

4

Lab Hours

0

Quarter Offered

  • As Required