Malcom E. Dunbar CSP, MSSM

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Malcom E. Dunbar CSP, MSSM

Title: Lecturer, Environmental Health & Safety

Mr. Dunbar is a Lecturer of Environmental Health and Safety (EHS) at Oakland University, servicing in this role since 2010. Instructor Dunbar knows the value of safety leadership, business excellence and innovation. He received degrees in Bachelor of Science in Business Management from Cleary University in Ann Arbor, Michigan and Master of Safety in Science Management from Oakland University. In addition, he is also a graduate of the Executive Management Program at the University of Michigan. Mr. Dunbar is a respected author and presenter with numerous contributions to the field of environmental health and safety in the areas of mining and manufacturing.

Mr. Dunbar has been an executive manager, safety professional, and educator for over 35 years. In addition to his academic career, Instructor Dunbar currently works as an executive of a construction materials company and is responsible for the execution of the corporate safety and health management program in domestic and international operations. He has worked as a Certified Safety Professional in Michigan, Kentucky, Tennessee, Ohio, South Carolina, Indiana, Washington State and Colorado as well as Internationally in India, Thailand, and Australia.  

Instructor Dunbar is a member of the American Society of Safety Engineers (ASSE), Association of Iron & Steel Technology (AIST), Steel Manufacturers Association (SMA), National Sand Stone and Gravel Association (NSSGA) and the United States Naval Institute (USNI). He is a previous recipient of the ASSE safety person of the year (Greater Detroit Chapter), the AIST Don B. Daily Award and was formally recognized by the United States Department of Labor as a coal mine rescue National Champion Benchman as well as other awards.

Mr. Dunbar currently serves as Chair-elect of the Oakland University Environmental Industry Advisory Board (IAB) and chairman of the AIST safety and health committee.

EHS 540 Risk Assessment and Loss Control
EHS 560 Applied Safety System Analysis