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Baccalaureate training in industrial safety and health.
Montana College of Mineral Science and Technology, Terminal Progress Report 1981 Jan; :1-54
The purpose of this grant was to enable to program in occupational safety and health at the Montana College of Mineral Science and Technology to be established and continue to grow. The initial goals included the establishment of the degree program in this field, the equipping and running of the laboratories, the offering of scholarship aid, and the offering of support through student and faculty development with field trips, seminars, and other similar types of events. Not only have these goals been met, but there have also been additional accomplishments including the hiring of 3.5 full time faculty in the program and remodeling of new laboratory space. Several short courses have been developed and taught, and a statewide safety and health survey was completed in the summer in 1981. Due to a cutback in funds, the program suffered a drop in enrollment from 91 to 64 students in the spring of 1982. A masters degree program was being planned for this field of study and a copy of the proposed degree program studies was included.
NIOSH-Grant; Education; Training; Worker-health; Industrial-hygiene; Occupational-health; Industrial-safety
Environmental Engineering Montana Coll-Min Sci & Tech West Park Street Butte, Mont 59701
Final Grant Report
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Montana College of Mineral Science and Technology, Terminal Progress Report
Montana College of Mineral Science/tech, Butte, Montana
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Content source: National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health Education and Information Division