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Certificate in Safety Leadership

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Helping safety practitioners find their voice

Safety practitioners have the technical training and know-how to ensure their companies can operate safely but, to be most effective they also need to be able to influence the senior management team and build consensus with the entire employee group.

By developing their soft skills, leadership skills, and potential, they improve their success in helping their employers operate safely. The Certificate in Safety Leadership will help participants cultivate this capacity through the enhancement of specific skills, knowledge, and abilities required to gain influence, build consensus, and successfully create positive change in the organizations where they work.


  • Tailored specifically towards leadership, offering a unique occupational health and safety perspective
  • Develops an increased leadership capacity to allow for a more dynamic and sustainable organizational involvement
  • Advances leadership skills to enhance performance and influence key strategic goals
  • Available in a completely online, self-paced learning format that fits your schedule. When you enrol in this Certificate program, you can rest assured that UNB staff will be there to meet your unique needs.

The Certificate in Safety Leadership courses are eligible for CEU with the BCRSP. Contact the BCRSP directly for more information: Board of Canadian Registered Safety Professionals

Who should attend?

OHS practitioners and professionals who have completed programs of study specializing in occupational health and safety and OHS management, who want to enhance their leadership skills.

Fees and schedule

This program may be taken one course at a time, at a cost of $550 per course, or students may register for the full Certificate at a cost of $1650.

This program is self-paced. Students have approximately 13 weeks to complete each 50 hour course.

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