Advanced Safety Management
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Developing a high-performance safety culture requires much more than programs and regulatory compliance. In this course, you will gain a deeper understanding of the impact of organizational culture on safety performance and how to implement leading-edge safety systems. The knowledge gained from this course will prepare you to take your construction or general industry organization's safety performance to the next level.
What You Will Learn
- Evolution of safety management principles
- Impact of organizational culture
- Importance of management leadership and employee engagement
- Development of safety management systems
- How to implement behavior-based safety
- Effective risk assessment
- Introduction to human performance
How You Will Benefit
- Identify and utilize the most current safety management principles that drive the safety process.
- Understand the impact of organizational culture on safety performance.
- Gain an understanding of safety management systems.
- Learn how to create a high-performance safety culture in your organization.
SAFETY MANAGEMENT PRINCIPLES
- History and evolution of safety management principles
- Current knowledge of modern safety management principles
- How culture impacts safety performance
- Moving to safety excellence
LEADERSHIP AND EMPLOYEE ENGAGEMENT
- Leadership is the most important component of a safety culture
- Employee engagement is critical to a high performing culture
SAFETY MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS
- Difference between safety programs and safety management systems
- Review of ANSI Z10
BEHAVIOR BASED SAFETY
- Pros and cons of a behavior-based safety system
- Fundamentals of human behavior
EFFECTIVE RISK ASSESSMENT
- Not all hazards are equal.
- Focusing resources based on risk levels
INTRO TO HUMAN PERFORMANCE
- Understanding human error
- Basic error reduction techniques
Who should attend
This course is designed for corporate, regional, and field-safety personnel in both construction and general industry.