Safety Management seminarsAlong with a multitude of PDCs, networking opportunities and special events, Safety 2014 will feature seminars intended to help attendees increase the success of their safety management systems and improve communication with management.

The seminars are open to safety professionals from any industry or specialty. Participants will confront real-world concepts and challenges involving consumers, employees or the environment.

“Designed to maximize safety system performance, this program will help you improve the performance of your safety management effort, develop loss reduction strategies and align safety with the business goals of your organization,”according to the American Society of Safety Engineers (ASSE), sponsor of Safety 2014.

Delivering a High-Performance Safety Management System will take place June 7 and June 8 and will cover:

  • Safety management approaches and techniques
  • Human behavior
  • Zero incidents
  • Six Sigma
  • International system standards
  • VPP as a model
  • Critical management activities
  • Managing safety for profit
  • Return on investment
  • Integrating safety management in the management process
  • System effectiveness by measuring and interpreting results
  • Leading indicators, corporate-wide standards and international system standards
  • Safety design standards for new processes, equipment and systems

Managing the Business Aspects of Safety takes place June 12, 13 and 14 and will cover:

  • Business communications and ethics
  • Strategic planning
  • Financial management
  • Statistical analysis
  • Human resource management
  • Risk management
  • Insurance and claims management
  • Legal liability and contract language
  • Crisis management
  • Corporate security
  • Developing corporate systems for training, education and resource information

A seminar with a particularly hot topic, Reducing Losses from Occupational Health Risks and Environmental Exposures will be on June 5 and 6 and will cover:

  • Environmental liability exposures
  • Occupational health risks
  • Implementation and management of ergonomics
  • Risk assessment process
  • Waste management
  • Environmental considerations
  • Regulatory dealings
  • Managing major losses
  • Process safety management

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