Master of Science Industrial and Systems Engineering (MSISE) safety program.
Dingus-TA; Casali-JG; Nussbaum-MA
NIOSH 1998 Sep; :1-58
This report describes the activities from the period of 7/1/93 until 6/30/98 for the Master of Science program in Industrial and Systems Engineering (ISE) - Safety Engineering Certificate Option that is partially sponsored by NIOSH. The NIOSH funds have been used in accordance with the proposals submitted on a yearly basis, primarily to provide student stipends and to support student research. The academic program for the Safety Engineering Certificate Option as well as the NIOS_-sponsored activities are an integral part of the Human Factors Program in the ISE Department. Human Factors Engineering faculty participate in the Safety Option courses and activities, and NIOSH-sponsored students conduct safety-related research in a variety of laboratories within the Human Factors Engineering Center at Virginia Tech. Thus, the activities associated with this' broader program and faculty for the reporting period are discussed as part of this report. These activities include curriculum, courses, research, publications, and student activities.
Teaching; Technical-personnel; Training; Education; Industrial-engineering; Industrial-processes; Industrial-safety-programs; Environmental-engineering
Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, Industrial and Systems Engineering Department, Blacksburg, VA 24061
Final Grant Report
National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health
Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, Industrial and Systems Engineering Department, Blacksburg, Virginia