CM 4117 - Human and Environmental Factors
Develop and implement industry practices that promote and protect health, safety, and security, the quality of work life, the environment and organizational effectiveness; develop and manage emergency preparedness procedures.
Upon completion, a student will be able to:
- Recognize the effects that environment, psychology, and physiology can have on organizational effectiveness
- Evaluate and manage the industrial facility's support of organizational effectiveness, goals, and objectives
- Identify building life cycle stages and related concepts
- Identify industrial safety and health management best practices
- Explain the legal implications of OSHA regulatory law to manage an industrial construction project
- Develop an approach to managing emergency situations
This course runs on an several week term. It is not self-paced, but follows a weekly schedule. Check section information for exact weekly term information.
Credit is awarded from LSU–Baton Rouge
Online Format: eight week enrollment period; 7 modules 2 exams
Special Requirements: a computer with reliable internet access, a webcam, and a headset or speakers, and a microphone.
You are also responsible for purchasing separately the required textbooks and any additional required materials for this course.
If you are interested in re-enrolling in a course that you have already taken through our program, please contact us before registering. If you have any questions about registration or payment, please contact our office.
Applies Towards the Following Certificates
- Leadership in Construction Management Certificate : Leadership in Construction Management Certificate
- Principles of Facilities Management Specialist Certificate : Principles of Facilities Management Specialist Certificate
- Project Management in Industrial Construction Certificate : Project Management in Industrial Construction Certificate