Health safety advisors are responsible for facilitating a healthy and safe environment for the employees at their company. Careers are available in nearly every industry; as such, additional certification or education may be required depending on the industry. In entry-level positions, health safety advisors are generally expected to hold at least a bachelor's degree in a health or science related field. Various certifications are required for entry-level work, OSHA being key among them. Other certification requirements are dependent upon the field of employment.
Health Safety Advisor Tasks
Conduct ongoing training and assessment of organizational health and safety.
Audit and enforce adherence to policies and laws, working with teams to identify problems.
Draft organizational health and safety policies that comply with relevant regulations.
Document and report on violations, conducting investigations, and suggesting interventions.