What You Will Learn
- Review key elements of an OSH management systems approach and how it can help your organization manage infectious disease outbreaks
- Discuss how to address the psychological and psychosocial aspects of crisis management, using ISO 45003 as a guide
- Develop understanding of controls that can help your organization avoid or minimize crisis-related psychosocial risks.
Length & Time
1 day - 10:00 AM to 1:00 PM CST
Levels (Experience with Topic)
Beginner: 0-4 years
Our Live Virtual Classroom provides all the benefits of face-to-face instruction without the travel time. If you have a computer with a camera, audio and internet access, you’re ready to learn wherever you are at exactly the same time as other attendees. Instructors can see you and you can see them. Plus, you can ask questions and engage with other virtual learners in real time.
Ken Clayman, M.S., SMS, PMP
Ken Clayman, senior lead technical specialist at Booz Allen Hamilton, has spent more than 35 years working with global organizations to develop and apply innovative management approaches. Clayman advocates for management systems that support safety culture and continual performance improvement. He is a member of the U.S. Technical Advisory Group to ISO/TC 283, responsible for the ongoing development of ISO 45001. Clayman also represents the U.S. on several other TC 283 committees, including Work Group (WG) 2 (ISO 45003 Psychosocial Risks in OSH Management Systems), WG 4 Performance Evaluation (ISO 45004), Task Group (TG) 2 (Terms and Definitions) and TG 5 (Auditing OSHMS Practices; convenor/chair).
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