What You Will Learn:
- Define appropriate PTD terminology
- Assess PTD standard fundamentals
- Identify various tools to implement PTD interventions and product design
- Use PTD tools for new process design
- Effectively implement risk assessment techniques, evaluate risk prioritization concepts and develop risk reduction case studies
- Align safety and health interventions with business goals and objectives
- Develop a PTD implementation model
Georgi Popov, Ph.D., CSP, QEP, ARM, SMS, ASP, CMC, holds a doctorate in chemistry from National Scientific Board (Bulgaria) and an M.S. in Nuclear Instrumentation Building/Engineering Physics from Defense University (Bulgaria). He is a professor in the School of Geoscience, Physics and Safety at University of Central Missouri. Popov is a member of ASSP’s Heart of America Chapter and was named its Safety Professional of the Year (SPY) in 2015. He received the ASSP Region V SPY Award in 2016 and was named ASSP's Outstanding Safety Educator in 2017. He is lead author of “Risk Assessment: A Practical Guide for Assessing Operational Risk” published by John Wiley & Sons in 2016 and he is also co-author “Risk Management Tools for Safety Professionals” published by ASSP in August 2018.
Standard (s) included: ANSI/ASSP Z590.3-2011 (R2016) Prevention through Design Guidelines for Addressing Occupational Hazards and Risks in Design and Redesign Processes
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