This National Safety Council workplace safety training course has trained thousands of professionals from a variety of industries. POSH delivers a solid curriculum of important safety concepts and terminology, with emphasis on best practices for implementing and managing a safety program. The most important components of occupational safety and health are presented, as well as ways to put them into practice to help prevent injuries and related costs.
How to examine real-life case histories to help you avoid mistakes and maximize the effectiveness of your safety initiatives
Uses and benefits of record-keeping to prevent injuries and illnesses and meet OSHA requirements
How to develop an emergency action plan
How to effectively plan and conduct safety inspections
The impact of industrial hygiene and HazCom standards on your safety plan
Gain a solid understanding of safety practices and terminology as well as the confidence you need to implement a comprehensive safety action plan within your organization.
Course Participant Guide
Accident Prevention Manual for Engineering & Technology, 13th Edition CD
Engineering & Technology APM, 13 Edition CD
Injury Facts® CD
Resource Materials CD, with more than 75 valuable reference documents including a self-inspection checklist, Job Safety Analysis forms and a variety of OSHA tools and fact sheets
Upon successful completion of this course, you will earn the Certificate in Principles of Safety.
The certificate also qualifies you to pursue the Advanced Safety Certificate.
$1295 Member $1650 Non-Member
30 MESH Hours 2.6 CEUs
January 30 - February 2 in Raleigh
May 1-4 in Charlotte
July 17-20 in Raleigh
December 11-14 in Charlotte
Your Place or Ours
Call Matthew Thompson in Raleigh at (919) 719-9818 or Derrick Foxx in Charlotte at (704) 644-4220