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Remarks

“You will absolutely get the latest and the best information, as well as technology at ASSE,” says attendee Stephen Walter, Chevron Workforce Safety and Health Advisor. “Even more powerful than that is the networking opportunity to be around your fellow peers. You have a course that people who miss out on are going to hear about and want to go to.”

“The course is structured in such a way where everyone is involved from the very beginning”, Sam Gualardo says. “It teaches attendees how to influence a corporation’s culture to be more receptive to safety and health efforts, and to more effectively conduct industry safety networking and benchmarking.”

Safety Management I

3 Days/ 2.1 CEUs

Through examples, case studies and other resources, this seminar provides a foundation of fundamental elements and techniques for managing an effective safety system.

Learn to:

  • Establish accountability for safety efforts
  • Implement proven system elements and strategy
  • Satisfy the moral, financial and legal responsibilities
  • Develop policy statements and performance standards to assist the management team fulfill its safety responsibilities
  • Control Workers’ Compensation costs
  • Create a budget for your safety efforts
  • Benchmark your organization’s safety and health system

Seminar Content:

  • Moral, financial and regulatory safety responsibilities
    • Workers’ Compensation
    • Regulatory DOT, EPA, MSHA, NIOSH, OSHA
    • Basic safety management components
  • Administration and organization
    • SHE policy
    • Management support
    • Procedures and rules
    • Standards
  • Management education and training
  • Management and employee commitment
  • Management and employee communication
  • Job safety analysis
  • Behavioral observation
    • Elements of a behavior based system
    • Confronting unsafe behavior
    • Reinforcing safe behavior
    • Developing a behavioral menu
  • Hazard identification and correction action
    • Surveys and performance
    • Corrective action choices
  • Ergonomics
    • Contributors
    • Risk factors
    • Methods of control
  • Incident reporting and investigation
    • Process of an investigation
    • Who should investigate
    • How to interview
    • Incident cause review
    • Corrective measures
    • Documentation and recordkeeping
    • Tools of investigations
    • Incident analysis
  • Budgeting overview
  • Industrial hygiene overview

Seminars Include

  • 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

Time Schedule

Seminars begin promptly at 8:00AM and conclude at 4:30PM each day.

Walk-in Registrants

Class size is limited. Please contact ASSE before coming to determine if an opening is available.

Cancellation Policy

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.

Special Needs

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.

Four Ways to Register

  1. Online
  2. Call +1.847.699.2929
  3. Download our registration form and fax to +1.847.768.3434 or
  4. Mail to : ASSE, 33477 Treasury Center, Chicago, IL 60694-3400 U.S.A.