The importance of a good occupational health and safety program and safety practice in the workplace cannot be overemphasized. Severe occupational traumatic injuries pose a major and continuing threat to the health and well-being of workers. Occupational trauma is second only to motor vehicle accidents as a reported cause of accidental death in the United States. This 2-day course will present an overview of fundamental safety principles.
- Describe basic safety and construction safety principles
- Discuss safety audits, inspection techniques, and documentation
- Discuss and conduct a job safety analysis
- Explain accident investigation
- Review OSHA reporting requirements
Who Should Attend?
Responsibility for safety is not limited to a single profession. Professionals in a variety of fields will find this course useful, particularly those newly responsible for occupational health and safety programs. Industrial hygienists, occupational health nurses, occupational medicine physicians, environmental and occupational health and safety professionals, union and worker health and safety representatives.
> Early Bird Registration: $400.00 (Before July 16, 2018)
> Standard Registration: $450.00