Safety and Health Council of North Carolina

A non-profit association preventing injury through
safety education and training since 1960!

Safety Management Techniques

Lead safety in your organization with this National Safety Council four day course which teaches managers how to identify, evaluate, and create a system to improve safety in their organization. This course touches all bases of safety management system in the workplace: administrative, technical, and cultural. Through discussions and in-class activities this course will show participants winning strategies they can easily and cost-effectively implement at their company.


How to look at safety from a business and system perspective, with instruction in:

  • Determining how key elements in safety, health, and management influence your organization’s safety management focus
  • How to identify characteristics of an effective safety management system
  • Roles and responsibilities of safety professionals
  • Four requirements for creating a positive safety culture
  • Strategies and steps necessary for creating individual and organizational change
  • Establishing a business case for a safety management system
  • Creating a safety and health action plan to improve safety management
  • Skills to analyze safety and health issues from a manager’s perspective and develop a plan to resolve issues

Safety Management Techniques

Course Materials:

  • Safety Management Techniques Participant Guide
  • Nine Elements of a Successful Safety and Health System
  • Safety and Health Code of Ethics Resource Guide
  • Case Studies in Safety and Productivity
  • Injury Facts CD
  • Reference materials CD



$1295 Member        $1650 Non-Member

30 MESH Hours       2.6 CEUs

2019 Dates

May 13-16, 2019 in Charlotte
December 9-12, 2019 in Raleigh

Click here for a 2019 registration form

PAYPAL PAYMENTS ONLY: (Set up account)