Health & Safety

   Health is so important for every member of a race team. Making sure that you are at your best before every race is of utmost importance! Staying healthy includes the food you eat, your daily activity, and the amount of rest you get. Some careers that are in the health field are: 

   Nutritionist

         Education: Bachelors Degree (4 years) 

   Personal Trainer

         Education: High School Diploma or equivalent. Certifications 

   Nurse 

         Entry Level Requirements: Bachelors Degree (4 years) 

   Doctor:

         Requirements: These vary depending on what specialty you would prefer. Doctoral Degrees. 

 

   Emergency Medical Technician or Paramedic: 

         Requirements: Post-secondary Nondegree Award

 

   Safety is another area of huge importance for a race team. Health and safety go hand in hand in terms of prevention and response. When someone is working to keep themselves healthy it makes it less likely for certain accidents to happen. Strong mind and body is always beneficial for accident avoidance, when possible. Safety can mean a variety of different things to different people. In the racing industry safety can refer to the head and neck devices that drivers wear, the helmets, the seatbelts, the fire suits, the gloves, the shoes, or even the fire safety teams waiting at the end of the  track. There are so many different aspects of safety that racing touches, but here are a few career options related to safety that you might want to consider: 

      Fire Fighter 

      Safety Engineer 

      Human Factors Scientist 

      Foam Integration 

      Seat Designer 

      Sled Testing 

      Seat Belt Design 

      Helmet Design 

      Parachute Design 

       
 

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