National Safety Council Advanced Safety Certificate Course
In this one-day course you will learn how to positively reinforce safe practices by focusing on root causes as opposed to faults. Anyone who conducts or supervises safety inspections or does industrial-safety or health-inspector training should attend.
Understanding the purpose and benefits of safety inspections
Planning and conducting an effective safety inspection
Using checklists to save time and improve inspection quality
Communicating results through a written safety inspection report
Developing recommendations and following-up on implementation
Setting realistic goals and holding employees accountable for effective results
Managing an effective safety inspection program that identifies hazards before they cause problems
This course addresses basic skills for conducting various types of inspections and correcting identified hazards. Discussions, demonstrations, and exercise will teach you what to inspect, how often, and who should be involved. The focus is on finding facts, not faults, and how to use safety inspections to positively reinforce safe practices and behaviors.
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.
*Continuing Education Unit
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.
$325 Member $425 Non-Member
7 MESH Hours .65 CEUs
February 21 in Raleigh
May 23 in Raleigh
June 20 in Charlotte
November 7 in Raleigh
November 14 in Charlotte
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Call Matthew Thompson in Raleigh at (919) 719-9818 or Derrick Foxx in Charlotte at (704) 644-4220