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February 14, 2008 - 0.7 CEUs, 1.0 IH CM Points #08-2220
In this seminar, you will learn to develop long-term goals for safety that can be integrated into your organizationís strategic plan. You will follow through a strategic planning process with these steps:
∑ Understanding your own safety process
∑ Data gathering
∑ Insight and action planning
∑ Communication and buy-in
In a case study, following the above steps being taken by a major corporation, you will learn how to achieve the integration of Safety throughout the management planning process for the organization. You will also learn how the use of safety management systems, leading metrics (balanced scorecard), worker perception surveys, and the integration of business systems like six-sigma contributed to the success of this strategic planning effort. You will then develop a strategic plan for your own safety program through a series of exercises.
∑ Write strategic goals and objectives
∑ Develop data sources for a Balanced Scorecard
∑ Determine which programs are most effective for injury and illness rate reduction
∑ Understand interaction and integration opportunities among other business initiatives (e.g., six sigma, lean)
Instructor(s): Paul A. Esposito, CSP, CIH, CPEA - Vice President, ESIS Global Risk Control Services, Annapolis, MD