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The Centre for Ergonomics, Occupational Safety and Health (CErgOSH) is a College of Health research centre operating within the School of Health Sciences. It synergises and co-ordinates the University’s expertise in the fields of ergonomics and occupational health and safety.
We conduct major research programmes, often in collaboration with research teams from external agencies and organisations. The Centre’s current research agenda and areas of expertise focus on a number of key areas:
- Small businesses and occupational safety and health
- Musculoskeletal discomfort
- Noise management and noise induced hearing loss
- Role of occupational safety and health practitioners
- Mild hypoxia in aircrew
- Sustainable development and corporate social responsibility
Explore occupational health research at Massey
Find out more about Massey University's research in the field of occupational health.
Centre for Public Health Research
Massey's CPHR researchers are also helping to improve the health and wellbeing of New Zealand workers.
Our flagship academic programme is the Graduate Diploma in Occupational Health and Safety, which is the only course of its kind in New Zealand to be accredited by the Institute of Occupational Safety and Health - IOSH (United Kingdom).
In addition, we offer Continuing Professional Development (CPD) short courses for OHS Professionals.
Explore environmental and occupational health at Massey
Find out more about Massey University's study options in the areas of environmental and occupational health.
Our staff are recognised in New Zealand and internationally as leaders in research and practice in ergonomics and occupational health and safety.
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We collaborate widely with academics, researchers and practitioners from multiple disciplines across Massey University’s three campuses, New Zealand and internationally.
Find out more about what's happening at the Centre for Ergonomics, Occupational Safety and Health.
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Last updated on Wednesday 06 May 2020