This is the first training in the OSHA Safety and Health Fundamentals Certificate Program
The course consists of 12 courses. Registration for the program is a commitment to the entire program schedule. To review the schedule of trainings please click here
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This course covers the effective implementation of a company’s safety and health management
system. Learning objectives address the seven core elements of an effective safety and health program and issues critical to each element’s proper management.
Core elements include Management Leadership | Worker ParticipationHazard Identification and Assessment | Hazard Prevention and Control | Education and Training | Program Evaluation and Improvement | Communication, and Coordination for Host Employers, Contractors and Staffing Agencies.
Class environment is interactive and facilitated by the lead instructor focusing on discussions, activities, and workshops. Upon course completion, students will possess the knowledge to evaluate, develop and implement an effective safety and health management system for their employer.
Who should attend: Safety Officers, Town Managers, and Department Heads or individuals designated with the responsibility to develop and maintain a safety and health program or system. This training is suitable for safety leaders, committee members, HR, and safety professionals responsible for improving the safety and health culture and best practices in their workplace.
Attendance at this seminar qualifies the MIIA member for 1% credit under the FY22 MIIA Rewards Workers' Compensation category.