Safety Management 101

ID : 90909   
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Learn how and why the Occupational Safety and Health Act was created and how it has evolved through the years. Find out its major organizational divisions and functions so you will know who to contact for guidance and notifications. This course provides the basic tools a safety manager needs to understand the safety regulations for his/her company. How do you conduct a hazard assessment and develop hazard controls. What safety programs do you need? Bloodborne Pathogens, Combustible Dust, Silica, Confined Space, Contractors, Cranes/Jacks/Lifts/Slings, Electrical, Emergency/Fire Action Plan, New Hire , Equipment, Ergonomics, Fall Protection, Ladders, Slip, Trip,  Fire Extinguishers, First Aid/CPR/AED, Forklift, Hand Tools, Hazardous communications (HAZCOM), Hearing Conservation, Hotwork/Gas Cylinders/Welding, Job/PPE Hazard Assessments, Laser/Radiation, Lock out / Tag out, Machine Guarding, OSHA 300, PPE, Heat Stress, Wellness, and Respiratory Protection. As a safety manager what do you need to know about workers' compensation? How to communicate with management using cost benefit analysis.

Class Details

1 Sessions
Weekly - Wed

Location
NIC Workforce Training Center

Instructor
John Zeman 

Fee: 

$0.00

Registration Closes On
Wednesday, February 22, 2017 @ 12:00 AM


Schedule Information

 
Date(s)
Class Days
Times
Location
Instructor(s)
2/22/2017 - 2/22/2017
Weekly - Wed
8:00 AM - 12:00 PM