What You Will Learn
- Use systems thinking to maximize effectiveness when establishing and implementing a management system
- Identify the assumptions and mental models that significantly impact your organization’s occupational safety and health efforts
- Recognize the major elements of a management system and their interdependencies.
- Plan improvement actions that focus on the whole system
- Recognize employees as a source of safety resilience and improvement
- Integrate elements of ANSI/ASSP Z10-2019 with other systems such as ISO 9001, 14000 and 45001, and OSHA’s Voluntary Protection Programs and Process Safety Management standard
Levels (Experience with Topic)
Intermediate: 5-10 years
Online-Instructor-Led: As a virtual learner, you’ll receive all the benefits of face-to-face instruction, eliminate travel cost and time, while learning in a structured way whether at work, at home or at another convenient location. To participate fully, you will need a computer with audio/video capability and a reliable internet connection.
During this four-week online course, you will connect with your peers in group discussions, participate in interactive learning activities, review instructional videos and complete assignments.
Each week, your instructor will conduct a two-hour online meeting after office hours. These meetings are designed to facilitate group work, share expert knowledge, answer questions, provide feedback and offer active learning support.
Standard(s) included (will be found under My Digital Products in My account after purchase):
James C. Howe, CSP is chair of the ANSI/ASSP Z10 Committee and a member of the leadership team for the U.S. Technical Advisory Group to ISO Project Committee 283 that publishes ISO 45001, the international standard on occupational health and safety management systems. Howe is president of Safety Solutions, a consulting firm that specializes in management systems and the application of systems thinking to safety and health. He is a recognized expert in machinery and equipment risk assessment, safety and health management system improvement, incident investigation and regulatory compliance.
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