Post-Conference Courses

Wednesday, June 12
7:00AM-2:00PM Post-Conference Registration
2:00PM-6:00PM Half-day Math Review

Thursday, June 13 through Saturday, June 15
7:00AM-7:45AM Post-Conference Registration
8:00AM-4:30PM Post-Conference Courses

Additional fee and/or pre-registration required.

801 | Half Day Math Review

Description

This course provides an intensive overview of the mathematics that are presented on certification exams. You will become familiar with the types of math required and have opportunities to practice solving challenging math questions.

Learning Objectives:
• Operate a scientific calculator
• Perform SI and English conversions of mass, length and time
• Perform multi-step conversions (e.g., converting miles per hour to feet per second, pounds to micrograms)
• Perform number manipulation (e.g., exponents, scientific notation, significant digits, answer accuracy and rounding, and logarithms)
• Calculate the area, circumference and volume of rectangles, triangles, circles, trapezoids, cubes and cylinders
• Graph two-dimensional linear, exponential, trigonometric and logarithmic functions
• Understand algebraic laws, concepts and word problems
• Figure right angles, trigonometry functions and word problems

Instructor(s)

C. David Langlois, CSP, Consultant, Langlois, Weigand & Associates, Inc.

Credit

0.5 Days/0.4 CEUs

802 | Implementing a Safety & Health Management System

Description

We examine different safety management systems to identify the most appropriate system for your organization, with a focus on those systems that are applicable to global organizations.

Learning Objectives:
• Analyze systems applicable to OSH
• Select the most appropriate system for your organization's needs
• Implement a safety management system

Instructor(s)

Kathy A. Seabrook, CSP, FIOSH, EurOSHM, President, Global Solutions, Inc.

Credit

1 Day/.7 CEU

831 | ASP Exam Prep Course

Description

Prepare for the associate safety professional (ASP) examination required for ASP certification. You will hear lectures, solve sample problems and discuss various essential OSH topics.

Learning Objectives:
• Recognize OSH hazards
• Measure, evaluate and control OSH hazards
• Develop and conduct OSH training
• Recognize business principles, practices and metrics
• Understand BCSP certification requirements and scoring procedures
• Prepare for testing
• Identify topic areas where additional preparation is needed

Instructor(s)

Michael Weigand, , Vice President, Langlois, Weigand & Associates, Inc.

Credit

3 Days/2.1 CEUs

832 | CSP Exam Prep Course

Description

Prepare for the certified safety professional (CSP) examination required for CSP certification. You will hear lectures, solve sample problems and discuss various essential OSH topics.

Learning Objectives:
• Apply concepts of probability, statistics and basic sciences
• Utilize engineering concepts for OSH, occupational health and fire protection
• Apply management principles, ergonomic analysis, and risk management
• Calculate workers' compensation
• Identify legal and regulatory issues in OSH and security

Instructor(s)

C. David Langlois, CSP, Consultant, Langlois, Weigand & Associates, Inc.

Credit

3 Days/2.1 CEUs

833 | SMS Exam Prep Course

Description

Prepare for the certified safety professional (CSP) examination required for CSP certification. You will hear lectures, solve sample problems and discuss various essential OSH topics.

Learning Objectives:
• Apply concepts of probability, statistics and basic sciences
• Utilize engineering concepts for OSH, occupational health and fire protection
• Apply management principles, ergonomic analysis, and risk management
• Calculate workers' compensation
• Identify legal and regulatory issues in OSH and security

Instructor(s)

James "Skipper" Kendrick, CSP, President, Kendrick Global Enterprises, LLC

Credit

3 Days/2.1 CEUs

834 | Risk Assessment Course

Description

Risk assessment is a dynamic process that enables safety professionals to proactively manage workplace risks. An effective risk assessment helps an OSH professional identify potential hazards that may not have been found another way and implement preventive measures. We cover three main areas of a risk assessment: hazard identification, risk analysis and risk evaluation.

Learning Objectives:
• Implement the steps of the risk assessment process
• Conduct a risk assessment leading to the identification and prioritization of your organization's hazards and controls
• Influence management to support risk reduction plans and efforts
• Measure the effectiveness of the risk assessment process and outcomes to support your organization's objectives

Instructor(s)

Paul A. Esposito, CSP, CIH, SMS, President, STAR Consultants

Credit

3 Days/2.1 CEUs

834_2 | Risk Assessment Course

Description

Risk assessment is a dynamic process that enables safety professionals to proactively manage workplace risks. An effective risk assessment helps an OSH professional identify potential hazards that may not have been found another way and implement preventive measures. We cover three main areas of a risk assessment: hazard identification, risk analysis and risk evaluation.

Learning Objectives:
• Implement the steps of the risk assessment process
• Conduct a risk assessment leading to the identification and prioritization of your organization's hazards and controls
• Influence management to support risk reduction plans and efforts
• Measure the effectiveness of the risk assessment process and outcomes to support your organization's objectives

Instructor(s)

Paul A. Zoubek, CSP, CIH, SMS, President, Zoubek Consulting, LLC

Credit

3 Days/2.1 CEUs

835 | Implementing ISO 45001 Course

Description

Our ISO 45001 blended learning seminar helps you develop the knowledge and confidence to successfully implement an occupational health and safety management system (OHSMS) as an integral part of your organization's overall business operations and objectives. Organizations that adopt the standard as part of their business practices, goals and objectives will be able to better protect their workers, brand reputation, supply chain and future growth on a global level.

Learning Objectives:
• Create a compelling story around developing and implementing an ISO 45001-compliant OHSMS
• Explain the importance and value of implementing an OHSMS following the ISO 45001 standard
• Define key terminology and guidelines related to the implementation of the ISO 45001 standard
• Navigate the ISO 45001 standard and its main sections
• Assess performance of your OHSMS, leveraging the success factors listed in the ISO 45001 standard to continuously improve the process
• Translate knowledge gained through the workshop into an actionable plan for initiating your own OHSMS development and implementation

Instructor(s)

Sharon Kemerer, COHN-S, ASSP Task Force Chair,

Kenneth A. Clayman, SMS, Senior Lead Technical Specialist, Booz Allen Hamilton

Credit

3 Days/2.1 CEUs

836 | Advanced Safety Management Methods

Description

Safety management no longer is a compliance-driven approach to systems, best practice thinking and concepts. This contemporary approach to safety is influencing the way safety professionals deliver guidance and direction to their organizations. Whether you are an executive-level experienced safety professional or an up-and-coming safety professional, this course will help you develop the knowledge and tools you need to greatly improve safety performance in your organization.

Learning Objectives:
• Manage organizational safety by applying methods established by recognized and respected contemporary management innovators, behavioral scientists, and great leaders in organizations and safety
• Provide another dimension to OSH management in your organization by applying strategy and techniques focused on risk, business and the reality of human performance
• Deliver safety leadership that will build a connection with senior leaders and inspire workers to perform the best safety practices

Instructor(s)

Joel N. Tietjens, CSP, CSHM, President, T-JENS & T-JENS Inc.

Credit

3 Days/2.1 CEUs

901 | International Standards & Legal Requirements for Safety Management

Description

We explore the regulations, standards and legislation that pertain to OSH in your country. You will work with case studies to analyze the impact of the legal requirements in various regions of the world.

Learning Objectives:
• Recognize applicable statutes, regulations and industry standards
• Identify and follow international legal requirements
• Identify international laws for OSH management
• Navigate legal requirements to mitigate risk

Instructor(s)

Kathy A. Seabrook, CSP, FIOSH, EurOSHM, President, Global Solutions, Inc.

Credit

1 Day/.7 CEU

902 | Cultural Competency Strategies

Description

In our globally connected workplace, understanding the different cultures with which we interact affects our ability to lead, manage and work, as well as influence corporate culture relative to safety. In this interactive course, you will explore how cultures get business done and how you can work most effectively with international counterparts. You will also learn the spoken and unspoken rules of business in different parts of the world, discuss how to create buy-in for corporate policies throughout your global organization, and review strategies for creating a high-functioning global team.

Learning Objectives:
• Identify cultural norms (business, societal, personal) from various regions of the world
• Transact global business effectively, with limited misunderstanding and social faux paus to achieve intended results
• Transfer corporate culture, including expectations for safety, throughout your organizationÕs global operations
• Use recognized strategies for adapting policies, practices, norms, and behaviors to the customs and protocols around the globe

Instructor(s)

Kathy A. Seabrook, CSP, FIOSH, EurOSHM, President, Global Solutions, Inc.

Credit

1 Day/.7 CEU

Number Course Wed. 6/12 Thu. 6/13 Fri. 6/14 Sat. 6/15
801 Half Day Math Review
802 Implementing a Safety & Health Management System
831 ASP Exam Prep Course
832 CSP Exam Prep Course
833 SMS Exam Prep Course
834 Risk Assessment Course
834_2 Risk Assessment Course
835 Implementing ISO 45001 Course
836 Advanced Safety Management Methods
901 International Standards & Legal Requirements for Safety Management
902 Cultural Competency Strategies

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835 | Implementing ISO 45001 Course


Description

Our ISO 45001 blended learning seminar helps you develop the knowledge and confidence to successfully implement an occupational health and safety management system (OHSMS) as an integral part of your organization's overall business operations and objectives. Organizations that adopt the standard as part of their business practices, goals and objectives will be able to better protect their workers, brand reputation, supply chain and future growth on a global level.

Learning Objectives:
• Create a compelling story around developing and implementing an ISO 45001-compliant OHSMS
• Explain the importance and value of implementing an OHSMS following the ISO 45001 standard
• Define key terminology and guidelines related to the implementation of the ISO 45001 standard
• Navigate the ISO 45001 standard and its main sections
• Assess performance of your OHSMS, leveraging the success factors listed in the ISO 45001 standard to continuously improve the process
• Translate knowledge gained through the workshop into an actionable plan for initiating your own OHSMS development and implementation

Instructor(s)

Sharon Kemerer, COHN-S, ASSP Task Force Chair,

Kenneth A. Clayman, SMS, Senior Lead Technical Specialist, Booz Allen Hamilton

Credit

3 Days/2.1 CEUs