National Safety Council Advanced Safety Certificate Course
Workers who suffer repetitive motion injuries spend a median of 19 days off the job. If you’re a business owner, manager, supervisor or HR professional, this course can help you understand the importance of keeping your employees free from ergonomic-related injuries. You’ll learn how to prevent repetitive motion and overexertion — the biggest risk factors facing American workers today.
This course will teach you to take control of the #1 cause of workplace injuries by designing and implementing a practical, effective ergonomics program. This National Safety Council course shows you how to recognize risk factors, conduct an ergonomic worksite analysis, evaluate and rank hazards, and select appropriate control methods. What you will learn:
Basic concepts of workplace ergonomics
Recognizing ergonomic risk factors related to Musculoskeletal Disorders (MSDS)
Conducting a workplace ergonomic analysis, evaluating and ranking hazards
Assessing control methods and selecting the method best suited to the risk level
Implementing a successful ergonomics program at your workplace
Who would benefit: Safety managers, coordinators, specialists, and other full-time safety practitioners; safety committee members; operations managers; loss control managers; human resources professionals; and anyone with safety responsibilities.
A Continuing Education Unit (CEU) is a measure of participation in a recognized continuing education program with qualified instruction and sponsorship. CEU records are widely used to provide evidence of completion of continuing education requirements mandated by certification bodies, professional societies or government licensing boards.**Continuance of Certification.
If you are a Certified Safety Professional (CSP), you must achieve 25 Continuation of Certification (COC) points in each five-year period or COC cycle to keep your CSP certification valid. The COC program ensures that CSPs remain current in professional safety practice.
***Certification Maintenance ABIH states the purpose of Certification Maintenance is to insure that CIHs/CAIHs continue to develop and enhance their professional industrial hygiene knowledge and skills for the duration of their active careers.
$325 Member $425 Non-Member
7 MESH Hours .65 CEUs
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