Health, Safety and Environmental Management
Career Goal (O*NET Code): Health and Safety Engineer (17-2111), Cluster Overview : The Transportation, Distribution, and Logistics Cluster focuses on careers in the planning,
management, and movement of people, materials, and goods by road, pipeline, air, rail, and water and related professional
Industrial Health and Safety Engineer (17-2111), Environmental Compliance
and technical support services such as transportation infrastructure planning and management, logistics services,
Inspector (13-1041), Environmental Engineer (17-2081).
mobile equipment and facility maintenance.
SUGGESTED COURSEWORK EXTENDED LEARNING EXPERIENCES
English I World Geography Curricular Experiences: Extra-Curricular Experiences:
Core Courses: Algebra I Languages other than English I Business Professionals of America UIL
Biology Health/PE or Equivalent Health Occupations Students of America Engineering Summer Camps
Career-Related Electives: Introduction to Health Science Technology SkillsUSA
English II World History TSA
Core Courses: Geometry Languages other than English II
Chemistry Technology Applications
Technology Systems (Modular Based Lab)** or Introduction to
Career-Related Electives: Transportation Service Careers or Health Science Technology I
English III United States History Career Learning Experiences: Service Learning Experiences:
Core Courses: Algebra II Communication Applications Career Preparation (Paid/Unpaid): Volunteer
Physics PE or Equivalent Job Shadowing Peer Tutoring
Automotive Technician I* or Automotive Collision Repair/Refinishing Internships Peer Mentoring
Career-Related Electives: Technology I* or Health Science Technology II or Small Engine Repair I*
English IV Government/Economics
Core Courses: Precalculus Fine Arts
Automotive Technician II*or Health Science Technology III or
Career-Related Electives: Small Engine Repair II*
Automotive Youth Service Professional Associations:
Excellence American Society for Testing & Materials
American National Standards Institute
American Society of Civil Engineers
NOTE: Some of these experiences may be started and/or completed as part of the high school experience.
National Association of Air Traffic Specialists
Automotive Service Excellence Boating Safety Career Options:
Society of Automotive Engineers
Automobile/Light Truck OSHA CareerSafe Dealership Technician Texas Motor Transportation Association
Certification Safety Technician
NOTE: Students may earn some of these certificates as part of the high school experience.
Airframe Maintenance/Electronics Automotive Technology/Diesel & Heavy Engineering Career Options: Specialty Technician
Applied Automotive Technology Equipment Environmental Engineering & Compliance Automotive, Boat, Truck, Rail or Supervisor
Auto Body Technology Aviation Technology Management Plane Safety
Business Industrial Electrical Safety
Business Industrial Health & Safety Career Options: Occupational Safety and Health
Engineering Industrial Management Industrial Safety Inspector Administration (OSHA)
Engineering Safety & Compliance Safety Engineering Manager U.S. Department of Transportation
Environmental Science Science
Business Management Ergonomics Career Options: National Highway Traffic Safety
Engineering Public Policy Airport & Ports Safety Administration (NHTSA)
Federal Aviation Admin. (FAA) Research and Development
*May substitute for the required credit for Physical Education Students should take Advanced Placement (AP), This plan of study serves as a guide, along with other career planning materials, for pursuing a career path and is based on the most recent information as of 2007.
**Satisfies the required credit for Technology Applications International Baccalaureate (IB), dual credit, All plans should meet high school graduation requirements as well as college entrance requirements.
***May substitute for the required credit for Health Education Advanced Technical Credit (ATC), or locally Students may select other elective courses for personal enrichment purposes.
articulated courses, if possible.
Transportation, Distribution and Logistics: Health, Safety and Environmental Management: Health and Safety Managers - June, 2007