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The South Hamilton School of Occupational Safety and Fire Science teaches students about the advanced safety and hazard material equipment and sciences, along with curbing up with the repercussions of fires and other related accidents. It includes research and development, production, testing and application of mitigation systems, as well as research on behavior, compartmentalization, containment and investigation of fires and related emergencies. The South Hamilton School of Occupational Safety and Fire Sciences provides students the knowledge of safety standards, rules and regulations in workplaces and student environments.
Our alumni have transformed their careers, working in a range of professional areas. Whatever your professional ambitions are, you will be supported with your future career planning from the very beginning.
Graduates received promotions and salary increments in the same year
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The faculty at South Hamilton University is an amalgamation of world-renowned scholars and teachers inspired by their research and driven to help all students grow as thinkers. Learn more about our faculty and their commitment to SHAU’s dynamic and vastly intellectual academic environment.
Our research fortes range across the arts and humanities, business, education, health and social care, along with natural and social sciences. The work of our faculty, students and collaborators has enabled us to develop 66 focused areas of international research excellence. Our portfolio is a collection of work that is at the leading-high of its specific subject discipline and brings about changes to policy and practice; ensuring to provide services which benefit the economic, social and cultural well-being of the community as a whole.