CSM Required Seminars
A forum to share challenges, craft solutions, and implement the necessary skills to be successful in positioning safety in your organization.
Through examples, case studies and other resources, this seminar provides a foundation of fundamental elements and techniques for managing an effective safety system.
Take this seminar as a continuation of Safety Management l or for strengthening an existing safety management system.
“As safety professionals, we’ve become and continue to be such an integral component of the corporate environment and critical to a company’s long-term success,” says attendee Stephen Walter, Chevron Workforce Safety and Health Advisor. “ The bottom line is that attending this is the right thing to do.”
“This seminar is different in that it does not teach safety,” says instructor Sam Gualardo, MA, CSP. “It primarily teaches leadership and personal development, with a touch of safety management best practices.”
Corporate Safety Management
3 Days/ 2.1 CEUs
Corporate Safety Management provides a forum to share challenges, craft solutions, and implement the necessary skills to be successful in positioning safety in your organization. Attendees learn through role play situations and thought provoking exercises as opposed to instructional topic lectures.
- Design your safety management system to support business objectives
- Influence and obtain management support for your safety efforts
- Demonstrate business acumen and negotiation skills
- Achieve work habits necessary for more effective safety management
- Adjust safety efforts in response to corporate mergers, downsizing, rightsizing, and reorganizing
- Benchmark your organization’s safety and health system
- Contemporary Organizational Cultures
- How Safety Cultures Can Be Influenced
- Management styles
- Employee involvement
- Union and Non Union
- Examining Corporate Reporting Relationships
- Corporate safety and health staffing
- Formally trained and non-trained
- Safety Management Systems Overview and Analysis
- Elements for implementing a system
- Systems standards
- Performing an organizational gap
- Roles and Responsibilities for Maximizing Safety Performance
- Commitment, involvement and key activities
- Aligning roles
- Establishing accountability and ownership
- Effective Measurement of Safety Performance
- Measuring and monitoring performance
- Trailing, current and leading incident performance indicators
- The dashboard
- Occupational Health Risks
- OSHA National Emphasis Program
- Current health risks
- OSHA requirements
- Implementation and Management of Ergonomics
- Work-related musculoskeletal disorders
- Risk factors
- Program steps
- Risk Assessment Process
- Conducing the assessment meeting
- Risk assessment matrix
- Benefits of assessments
- Process Safety Management
- Effective and proactive program
- Comprehensive information
- Program elements
- Managing Major Losses
- Prevention of losses
- Emergency response plan
- Process model for serious incident prevention
- Federal emergency management agency
- Continuing education points
- Beverage breaks (breakfast and lunch will be on your own)
- Workbooks for each seminar
- Personalized certificate is awarded as documentation of this achievement
Seminars begin promptly at 8:00AM and conclude at 4:30PM each day.
Class size is limited. Please contact ASSE before coming to determine if an opening is available.
Registrants canceling within 10 working days of the program will be refunded tuition less $100 fee. Registrants who do not cancel and do not attend the workshop will not have tuition refunded. A $25 processing fee will be charged for substitutions. ASSE reserves the right to cancel any workshop or seminar two weeks prior to presentation. ASSE reserves the right to substitute faculty should unforeseen events occur.
Whenever possible, arrangements will be made for special needs registrants provided ASSE receives 45 days advance notice. Please write a letter of explanation, your name and phone number, and attach to the registration form. ASSE will contact you.