OHS - Safety Program Design and Analysis

(XOHS019Z1)

Get with the program, the policy, and the management system. Occupational Health and Safety Practitioners play key roles in Occupational Health and Safety Programs, Policies, and Management Systems.

In this course, Safety Program Design and Analysis you will learn how OH&S Practitioners work with many stakeholders and systems to improve and maintain workplace safety. You will discover how to start the 'health and safety' conversation with employers and workers. Through an exploration of key aspects of Occupational Health and Safety Management Systems, you will gain the skills to develop, evaluate, and improve these systems.

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You Will Learn How To:

  • Define Occupational Health and Safety Management Systems (OHSMS) and Occupational Health and Safety Programs
  • Recognize what makes a worker orientation effective and compliant with regulations
  • Discuss general policies, procedures, and environmental standards
  • Evaluate and measure the quality of an OHSMS

Who should attend:
Students interested in pursuing a career in Occupational Health and Safety, and small employers that want to ensure OH&S practices are being implemented in their organization.

Prerequisites: N/A

Requirements: PC is Recommended for better user experience. Mac is also supported.

Textbook:  Occupational Health and Safety; Theory, Strategy and Industry Practice Author - Dianne E.G. Dyck Publisher - Lexis Nexis, 2015 ISBN - 978-0-433-47896-6

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(You will use this book for all of the courses)

Price: $765.00
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