Back to General Considerations for Organizations on Managing Infectious Diseases
What You Will Learn
- Discuss ways to address context considerations identifying internal and external issues that matter when planning for infectious diseases
- Review how to anticipate, recognize and plan for the necessary controls to address infectious disease in your occupational safety and health management structure
- Apply the principles from management system standards and ISO 45006 (Draft Guidelines for organizations on preventing and managing infectious diseases)
Self-Paced (one-year access to the online course)
Beginner: 0-4 years
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Vic Toy is president and principal consultant for Insyst OH&S, a consulting company specializing in safety and health management systems. Toy founded the firm following more than 30 years in industry and government sectors, most recently as IBM’s leader in global health and safety transformation, strategy and policy development. He has published and presented frequently at major conferences and is active in the safety and industrial hygiene professional community. Toy served as vice chair of the ANSI/ASSP Z10 Committee on occupational health and safety management systems as well as chair of the U.S. Technical Advisory Group and delegate to ISO’s Project Technical Committee 283 on occupational health and safety management systems including ISO 45001 (OSHMS). He was also a member of the committee producing ISO 45005 on Covid pandemic guidelines and ISO 45006 on Guidelines for preventing and managing infectious diseases. He was also a contributor to AIHA’s 2006 document on the IH’s role in Pandemics.
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