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February 13-14, 2008 - 1.4 CEUs, 2.0 IH CM Points #08-2196, 0.88 CHMM CMP
The safety professional aspiring to a higher position has an increased scope of authority that includes health and environmental exposures. This seminar explores the areas of activity outside of accident prevention for the safety professional ready to assume responsibility for the health and environmental challenges with their organization.
· Discuss major causes of occupational illness
· Consider practical approaches for reducing the incidence of occupational illness that can be implemented in your organization
· Recognize the most common environmental concerns and consider possible solutions for each
· Discuss the relationship between the environmental issues and the overall safety and health system
· 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
Instructor(s): Joel N. Tietjens, CSP, CSHM - T-JENS & T-JENS, INC., Spring, TX & Thomas L. Roberts, CSP, CIH, CHMM - President, Occupational & Industrial Health Systems, Inc., Nacogdoches, TX