Mehboob Reza

VP- Academic

Mehboob Reza is a PhD Candidate specializing in Ergonomics/Workplace Musculoskeletal Injuries in the Faculty of Kinesiology and he is also one of the Elected Board of Directors at the Canadian Society of Safety Engineers, New Brunswick chapter.

Reza holds a MSc in Occupational Health and Safety (OHS) from the University of Greenwich, UK and he is also the Chartered Safety & Health Professional Member of IOSH in the UK.
His 09 years of professional OHS management experience includes numerous citations for excellence in leadership relating to various international projects, industry in collaboration with professional organization in the OHS domain, and he is highly respected figure in the construction safety management business arena.

Reza is very passionate about improving Occupational H&S, Ergonomics at the workplace; and strongly support the principles of cultivating the seeds of higher education among the learners by advocate the rights for graduate students – because students are the future leaders of our Canadian society.

Questions or Concerns?
Email- vpacademic@unbgsa.ca

Mehboob Reza is a PhD Candidate specializing in Ergonomics/Workplace Musculoskeletal Injuries in the Faculty of Kinesiology and he is also one of the Elected Board of Directors at the Canadian Society of Safety Engineers, New Brunswick chapter.

Reza holds a MSc in Occupational Health and Safety (OHS) from the University of Greenwich, UK and he is also the Chartered Safety & Health Professional Member of IOSH in the UK.
His 09 years of professional OHS management experience includes numerous citations for excellence in leadership relating to various international projects, industry in collaboration with professional organization in the OHS domain, and he is highly respected figure in the construction safety management business arena.

Reza is very passionate about improving Occupational H&S, Ergonomics at the workplace; and strongly support the principles of cultivating the seeds of higher education among the learners by advocate the rights for graduate students – because students are the future leaders of our Canadian society.

Questions or Concerns?
Email- vpacademic@unbgsa.ca