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Occupational health and safety technicians are committed to improving the health and safety conditions in the workplace. These specialists work in a diverse range of settings, from hospitals and offices to small manufacturing units and large factories. Their exact tasks may vary depending on the type and size of workplace they are working in. In general, they inspect and assess equipment and the environment in the workplace. They also evaluate workplace practices to ensure that they comply with government and safety regulations.
A high school diploma is the minimum educational qualification required to become an occupational health and safety technicians. Earning a certificate or associate's degree from a vocational school or community college will give you the edge over other applicants. Most employers will provide you with the necessary on the job training but will require that you have spent time acquiring first-hand job experience. Occupational health and safety technicians must be detail oriented with strong observational, problem-solving and analytical skills.
Your motivation for becoming an occupational health and safety technician is the first thing interviewers will ask you about. Be prepared to emphasize why you think you are the best person for the job. Think about how you are going to reply to the common interview questions that are typically asked at interviews to hire occupational health and safety technicians. You can find these questions when you go to Mock Questions.