1395.00 Members/1750.00 Non-Members
Effective Safety Management Practices
Designed for safety leaders, this course addresses safety management systems, the roles and responsibilities of safety professionals, leading safety management processes, safety performance measures and more. It’s ideal for the people who coordinate, supervise or manage your organization’s safety and health efforts.
What You Will Learn
● Determine how events in the safety, health, and management fields influence your organization’s safety management focus
● Identify characteristics of an effective safety management system
● Identify roles and responsibilities of safety professionals
● Assess your personal leadership skills
● Identify the four key requirements for creating a positive safety culture
● Identify activities to perform in your organization’s safety and health audit process
● Use measurement tools to evaluate safety at your organization
● Establish a business case for a safety management system
● Analyze a safety and health case study from a manager’s perspective and develop a plan to resolve the identified issues
This course is 4 days, 2.6 NSC CEUs, 2.6 COCs.
This course provides the advanced knowledge required to implement a successful safety management system. It covers human and organizational performance, serious injury and fatality prevention, risk assessments, safety observation programs and more. The content is geared toward those who coordinate, supervise, or manage your organization’s safety and health efforts.
● Differentiate between audits and inspections
● Pinpoint the elements of a safety management system you currently audit
● Identify activities performed in the safety and health audit process
● Recognize the roles and responsibilities of an audit team leader, an audit team, and an audited group
● Understand the reasons and benefits of managing an organization’s safety and health efforts
● Differentiate between insured and uninsured costs
● Calculate a total case rate
● Conduct a cost-benefit analysis and describe why it is important