Safety Associate/Manager

Safety associates and managers help Iowa's drivers reduce accidents and stay safe while they're on the road.

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Actions and opportunities

Safety associates and managers are responsible for preventing accidents in their line of business and their job sites.  They create programs such as company policies, investigate in cases of accidents, and implement post-injury follow up procedures for workers.  They may work at both public and private sectors in different types of organizations


Salary range

$43,000 - $85,000

What does it take to be a Safety Associate/Manager

Education Requirements

  • Bachelor’s Degree – Occupational Health and Safety


  • Safety Managers are typically required to hold a bachelor’s degree in occupational health and safety or another similar field, such as chemistry, biology, or engineering.  These programs typically cover topics such as federal laws, legislation, inspections, safety, and program management


  • BA Degree