The Majo rof Safety Engineering was established at the request of the Korean government in 1985 to nurture specialized personnel related to technologies to reduce and prevent industrial accidents. In Korea, it is legally required to employ safety managers in all industries including construction, machinery, shipbuilding, electrical and electronic fields, and petrochemicals. For this reason, most of our graduates play a leading role in accident prevention and safety management in private manufacturing and construction companies as well as public institutions. In particular, our efforts to develop safety technology and train specialized manpower focus not only on existing heavy industries such as chemical and mechanical fields, construction, shipbuilding, and electric power but also on high-tech industries related to the Fourth Industrial Revolution such as smart factories.
Major of Safety Engineering provide to learn students on basic scientific knowledge and technical skills necessary for prevention of accidents and system failures. The program includes the following areas: workplace safety, fire and explosion protection, risk assessment and control, human engineering, industrial safety management, system safety and reliability, mechanical safety, electrical safety, chemical safety, construction safety, and other safety-related topics.
KOSHA, Korea Safety association
· Shipbuilding field. - Hyundai Heavy Industries Co. POSCO, Samsung Heavy Industries Co. Daewoo Heavy Industries Co.
· Manufacturing field - Samsung Electronics Co. LG Electronics. LG Chem, Ltd
· Building field - Hyundai Engineering & Construction, Daewoo Engineering & Construction, POSCO Engineering & Construction, Samsung Engineering, Samsung C&T Corporation, Daelim Industrial Co.
|Mechanical Safety Engineering
|Combustion and Environmental Safety
|Energy Safety Engineering
|Construction Safety Engineering
|Chang Jun Lee
|Chemical Safety Engineering