Our newly revised 5-day course does more than show what an effective safety manager does. It shows how to do it through a balanced approach to safety management, addressing administrative, technical, and cultural elements of safety.
Students will learn how to lead safety in the organization, and how to get the team involved in safety and health efforts.
Attend this course if you are coordinating, supervising, or managing safety and health efforts at your facility/company. Designed for the safety leader, this course meets the needs of safety and health committee leaders, supervisors, and middle/upper managers.
What You’ll Learn
- Identify the fundamental principles of safety management.
- Recognize the key elements of NSC’s safety management system.
- Determine your role as a safety and health professional and define line management’s safety and health responsibilities.
- Identify leadership strategies that contribute to your success as a manager.
- Recognize the dynamics of organizational safety culture.
- Recognize strategies and steps to create organizational and individual change.
- Enhance your interviewing, consulting and influencing skills to enlist support from key people in your organization.
- Use measurement tools to track the progress of your organization’s safety management system.
- Identify the steps for preparing a successful safety management audit.
- Establish a business case for a safety management system.
- Use problem solving and decision making skills to resolve your organization’s safety and health issues
- Create an action plan to improve safety management in your organization.
- Dynamics of Organizational Safety Culture
- Safety Performance Measurements
- Defining Roles and ResponsibilitiesBusiness Case for Safety Management System
At the end of the course, students will be able to :
- How to determine which incidents warrant investigation
- How to use effective investigation and interviewing techniques to gather complete, objective and accurate data
- How to analyze incidents to identify root causes
- The human relations aspects of incident reporting
- What data to include in investigation reports
- Hazard control measures and follow-up
- How to gather complete, accurate, and objective data when an accident occurs in your workplace