Course image ES 452 Colloquium/ Seminar
Environmental and Safety Engineering

Colloquium/Seminar Course for final year students in the Department of Environmental and Safety Engineering 

Course image Hydrology
Environmental and Safety Engineering

In this course, students would be taught Introduction to Hydrology, the Hydrological Cycle, Evaporation and Transpiration, Infiltration and Percolation, Surface Run Off, Hydrograph Analysis, Flood Routing, Groundwater, Geochemistry, and Hydrological Forecasting.

Course image INTRODUCTION TO SAFETY MANAGEMENT (SRID)
Environmental and Safety Engineering

Introduction to Safety Management is an introductory course that seeks to highlight basic safety terminology,fundamental concepts of  risk management, safety management systems and hazard control strategies

Course image INTRODUCTION TO SAFETY MANAGEMENT (Main Campus)
Environmental and Safety Engineering

Introduction to Safety Management is an introductory course that seeks to highlight the basic terminologies in safety, the fundamental concept of risk management, safety management systems and hazard control systems.

Course image OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH MANAGEMENT (SRID)
Environmental and Safety Engineering

This course covers the basic concept of Occupational Health Management. It will introduce students to workplace hazards such as physical, ergonomic, psychosocial, chemical, and biological hazards and how to effectively control them. Additionally, students will be introduced to the concept of basic first aid and how to deal with certain workplace emergencies.

Course image OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH MANAGEMENT (Main Campus)
Environmental and Safety Engineering

This course covers the basic concept of Occupational Health Management. It will introduce students to workplace hazards such as physical, ergonomic, psychosocial, chemical, and biological hazards and how to effectively control them. Additionally, students will be introduced to the concept of basic first aid and how to deal with certain workplace emergencies.


Course image ES 376 - Fire and Road Safety
Environmental and Safety Engineering

This course is designed to provide students with the required fundamental knowledge in fire safety and road safety. The course, therefore, aims to provide students with the fundamentals of the principles of fire, fire safety and road safety. Therefore, the objectives of the course are:

  • To understand the principles of fire as well as the cause of all forms of fire and shocks
  • To understand the physiology of respiration in humans and the effect of fire and smoke on this respiration physiology. Additionally, the student should become familiar with the essential elements BA set and its use
  • To be conversant with the methods of fire prevention and protection
  • To understand the principles of fire detection, the various fire detection systems available. Fundamental knowledge in fire alarm systems will also be gained.
  • To be familiar with fire extinguishing methods as well as firefighting techniques
  • To know the cause of road traffic accidents; to understand the relevance of road safety and some simple road safety techniques that could be adopted
  • To understand what a safe driving policy is, its content and how it can be developed