Health and Safety Engineer Salary

health-and-safety-engineer-salary-chart-template.jpgHealth and safety engineers ensure product through the use of scientific & engineering knowledge

Salary

The average salary of a health and safety engineer is about $79,760 a year. The lowest 10% is at most $45,370; the highest 10% is at least $118,750. The median salary is $76,830.

The best industry for employment are nonresidential building construction (2,160 employed; $74,600 average); architectural, engineering, and related services (1,990; $84,200); and management, scientific, and technical consulting services (1,530; $75,110). The top paying industry is oil and gas extraction, which pays $110,390 on average a year.

The top three paying states are Alaska ($109,390), New Jersey ($94,190), and Washington ($93,940).

Job Outlook

The job outlook of health and safety engineers is expected to increase by 11% between 2012 and 2022, which is about average.

Health and Safety Engineer Salary by State

State Lowest 10% Median Salary Highest 10% Average Salary
Alabama $52,730 $86,450 $117,930 $85,940
Alaska $74,030 $113,000 $146,160 $109,390
Arizona $49,730 $72,190 $110,090 $74,870
Arkansas $39,870 $60,130 $93,060 $62,970
California $48,620 $92,300 $119,660 $88,540
Colorado $52,650 $73,220 $126,520 $80,990
Connecticut $53,040 $82,680 $98,270 $79,620
Delaware $57,790 $93,200 $122,700 $90,850
Florida $42,630 $66,040 $99,660 $68,470
Georgia $34,400 $71,940 $112,180 $72,810
Hawaii $43,070 $68,980 $106,840 $71,070
Idaho $44,840 $77,000 $118,400 $81,110
Illinois $33,970 $73,130 $109,780 $71,680
Indiana $42,280 $68,200 $95,910 $69,150
Iowa $41,480 $63,380 $96,150 $65,350
Kansas $39,040 $63,700 $123,600 $71,010
Kentucky $36,940 $73,770 $110,930 $74,490
Louisiana $31,990 $55,140 $93,100 $58,230
Maine $36,690 $52,820 $97,760 $59,690
Maryland $46,890 $85,440 $123,280 $85,250
Massachusetts $57,800 $90,350 $131,870 $91,740
Michigan $51,720 $78,000 $122,160 $82,720
Minnesota $61,520 $86,310 $123,330 $88,210
Mississippi $47,790 $61,660 $95,890 $67,690
Missouri $41,780 $74,200 $111,320 $74,930
Montana $32,550 $59,520 $89,430 $62,110
Nebraska $50,680 $79,560 $122,560 $80,900
Nevada $51,730 $71,370 $124,580 $80,820
New Hampshire $37,030 $67,230 $103,690 $68,890
New Jersey $61,990 $92,610 $138,760 $94,190
New Mexico $39,080 $72,970 $121,840 $77,230
New York $56,560 $81,830 $124,290 $84,790
North Carolina $45,350 $69,870 $98,190 $71,800
North Dakota $48,700 $66,830 $108,230 $70,350
Ohio $48,250 $75,560 $120,960 $84,320
Oklahoma $44,360 $73,140 $113,500 $76,070
Oregon $49,510 $77,970 $112,410 $78,790
Pennsylvania $44,080 $70,620 $106,340 $72,260
Rhode Island $62,620 $76,870 $118,850 $84,750
South Carolina $41,070 $70,320 $116,220 $73,840
South Dakota $32,200 $62,100 $94,030 $64,190
Tennessee $37,490 $70,390 $106,640 $71,760
Texas $53,490 $86,240 $139,190 $91,460
Utah $44,150 $73,770 $110,490 $75,220
Vermont $44,020 $72,090 $112,040 $73,930
Virginia $51,030 $81,820 $127,430 $85,450
Washington $62,220 $92,820 $133,210 $93,940
West Virginia $37,620 $70,320 $116,030 $71,920
Wisconsin $47,190 $62,810 $105,370 $68,970
Wyoming $50,300 $66,660 $95,710 $70,300