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Manager of Environmental

Safety and Health Programs

MESH - Certificate

MESH Plaque

The Manager of Environmental Safety and Health Program (MESH) Certificate benefits those in the environmental, safety and health field and is awarded after successfully completing 100 credit hours.

All environmental, safety and health courses offered by the Safety and Health Council of North Carolina, the NC State University IES, and the NC Department of Labor, are eligible to receive course credit. A maximum of 10 Credit hours may be earned by attending various North Carolina safety conferences. Course credit can be counted as far back as 5 years.

Costs include course tuition, plus a $99 fee you submit upon completing 100 required credit hours.

There are five different MESH certificate programs currently offered by the Safety and Health Council of North Carolina, NC State University IES, and the NC Department of Labor:

General Industry MESH CertificateMESH

  • 30 Hour Core Course
  • 70 Elective Hours

 

Construction MESH CertificateConstruction MESH (C-MESH)

  • Geared toward individuals responsible for construction safety and regulations under 29 CFR 1926 construction standards
  • 60 of the 100 credit hours must be construction specific

 

Industrial Hygiene MESHIndustrial Hygiene MESH (IH-MESH)

  • Geared toward individuals who work with industrial hygiene concerns
  • 60 Hours of the 100 credit hours must be industrial-hygiene specific

 

Public Sector MESHPublic Sector MESH (PS-MESH)

  • Geared toward individuals responsible for safety in a multi-faceted governmental environment
  • 30 Hour Core Course
  • 70 Elective hours in the general industry and construction field

 

Advance MESH CertificateAdvanced MESH

  • Students who have received the MESH, C-MESH, IH-MESH, or PS-MESH may enroll in the Advanced MESH certificate program.
  • Complete a week of Environmental concentration
  • Complete a week on advanced safety and health topics - Hands-on applications, field trips, and case studies are an integral part of this certificate

 

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Click here to download a MESH application

 

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