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CSP Certification Preparation Workshop

5/8/14 to 5/10/14
Seattle, WA
United States

3 Days / 2.1 CEUs

Prepare for the Comprehensive Practice examination leading to the CSP certification through lectures, sample problems, and discussion on the variety of subjects essential to the three domains of the exam.

Learn:

  • Collecting Safety, Health, Environmental, and Security Risk Information
  • Assessing and Managing Safety, Health, Environmental, and Security Risk
  • Concepts of probability, statistics and basic sciences
  • Engineering: safety, environmental, occupational health and fire protection
  • Applied management principles, ergonomic analysis, risk management
  • Legal/ regulatory and issues
  • Workers’ Compensation

Workshop Content

Domain 1: Collecting Safety, Health, Environmental, and Security Risk Information

  • Identify and characterize hazards, threats and vulnerabilities using equipment and field observation methods
  • Design and use data management systems for collecting and validating risk information
  • Collect and validate information on organizational risk factors by studying culture, management style, business climate, financial conditions, and the availability of internal and external resources
  • Research applicable laws, regulations, consensus standards, best practices, and published literature using internal and external resource to develop benchmarks

Domain 2: Assessing Safety, Health, Environmental, and Security Risk Information

  • Evaluate the risk of injury, illness, environmental harm, and property damage to which the public or an organization is exposed associated with the organization’s facilities, products, systems, processes, equipment, and employers
  • Audit SHE and security management systems using appropriate auditing techniques to compare an organizations’ management systems against established standards for identifying the organization’s strength and weaknesses
  • Analyze trends in leading and lagging performance indicators related to SHE and security management systems using historical information and statistical methods to identify an organization’s strengths and weakness. 

Domain 3: Managing Safety, Health, Environmental, and Security Risk Identify and characterize hazards, threats and vulnerabilities using equipment and field observation

  • Design effective risk management methods using the results of risk assessments
  • Educate and influence decision makers to adopt effective risk management methods by illustrating business-related benefits
  • Lead projects to implement the risk management methods adopted by decision markers using internal and external resources
  • Promote a positive organizational culture that is conscious of its SHE and security responsibilities by communicating these responsibilities to all stakeholders

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