Occupational Safety in Supply Chain Management – Online Microcredential

Develop skills to bridge public health and supply chain management

Organizations everywhere need safety specialists who have the wide-ranging ability to control hazards that come about from the products, processes and services they provide. Gain the knowledge it takes to become this type of skilled professional when you earn a microcredential in occupational safety and supply chain management online with Oregon State University.

This microcredential is designed to help supply chain specialists to manage exposures to hazards that affect workers. Most importantly, it aims to effectively deal with one of the most fundamental indicators of a facility’s social performance: the health and safety of its workers.

Offered jointly by Oregon State’s College of Public Health and Human Sciences and College of Business, this is a multidisciplinary microcredential that encompasses public health policy, operations and supply chain management, and industrial engineering.


Required courses (9 credits)

Prerequisite courses

These courses are required unless you already met these prerequisites.


The in-demand skills you'll develop as a student in this microcredential will give you what you need to stand out and level up in your career.

  • Corrective And Preventive Action (CAPA)
  • Management
  • Occupational Safety and Health / OSHA
  • Operations
  • Operations Management
  • Planning
  • Research
  • Supply Chain

Start working toward a business degree

Not only will earning a microcredential in occupational safety in supply chain management give you skills that set you apart in the job market, but it will also put you on a pathway toward earning a business degree online. You can apply the 9 microcredential credits directly toward a variety of Oregon State’s online bachelor’s degrees in business.

If you plan to apply these credits toward a full degree, we encourage you to first contact the program to learn about the degree requirements. Please note that acceptance into a microcredential does not guarantee acceptance into a degree program.


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