QUOTE(DenshaOtoko @ Sep 21 2008, 08:22 AM)
I recently asked the personnel from NIOSH about this matter. According to him, I can actually take the cert OSH course but the salary
will be commensurate with the qualification & experience. And if I go for exec diploma OSH course and gain experience in the related field for 2 or 3 years, I can take the exam to register with DOE
. The difference is salary. Both OUM and UTM only offer the diploma for that course but in the end have to take the exam to confirm as safety officer. I am still blur which one is correct. I am prefer to work in oil & gas field.
Correct me if I am wrong.
qualification (spm/dip/deg/master/etc) and experience does play roles in salary justifications.
aftr attend SHO course, then u can sit for the SHO exam. aftr u passed the exam, then u need to gather 3 yrs experience n then try to register urself with DOSH.
QUOTE(danny_sp15 @ Nov 3 2011, 08:23 AM)
Hi guys, im currently working as a doctor (houseman), 4months into the job. Im seriously thinking of quitting, and perhaps join niosh. If i already have a medical degree, how long will it be before i can become a SHO?
i think it's better for u to go for OHD - Occupational Health Doctor so that times when u study med are not wasted. u can serves as normal doctor and also OHD.
Added on November 17, 2011, 9:54 am
QUOTE(de|phantom @ Nov 7 2011, 12:31 AM)
OUM is recognised..
from what i heard, if you have diploma, you need 3 years experience before register to DOSH..need to attend an interview..then you become a competent safety officer..
before register with DOSH, u need to atend the SHO course first then sit for the SHO exam.. after that gather 3 yrs experience before u can register with DOSH... being a registered SHO is one thing but to be a competent SHO is another thing...
QUOTE(hitsugaya2010 @ Nov 8 2011, 05:16 PM)
Izzit a long distance learning program? or u can take from any teaching centre here?
there are few training provider that provide NEBOSH course..one of it that i can recall is CONSIST...
but for Malaysian SHO course, u need to check with DOSH whether they are recognised or not...This post has been edited by mrul: Nov 17 2011, 09:54 AM