Seminars Offered at SeminarFest 2012

Certification Preparation Workshops

  1. 1. Math Review for Certification Exams
  2. 2. ASP Examination Preparation Workshop - CALL FOR AVAILABILITY
  3. 3. CSP Examination Preparation Workshop - CALL FOR AVAILABILITY
  4. 4. CHST Examination Preparation Workshop
  5. 5. OHST Examination Preparation Workshop
  6. Certificate in Safety Management

    Certificate in Safety Management


    The Certificate in Safety Management signifies your attainment of an educational step recommended for the safety professional by ASSE. Upon completion, a personalized certificate is awarded as documentation of this achievement.

    The Certificate is awarded after earning a total of 7.5 CEUs within 5 years for completing three required seminars and any other ASSE National seminars or symposia that bring your CEU count to 7.5. The ASSE Professional Development Conference, Chapter and Regional seminars are not applicable to this program. The required seminars are:

    Safety Management I
    Safety Management II
    Corporate Safety Management

  7. 6. Safety Management I
  8. 7. Safety Management II
  9. 10. Corporate Safety Management - CALL FOR AVAILABILITY
  10. Executive Program in Safety Management

    Executive Program in Safety Management


    A Certificate from the Executive Program in Safety Management signifies accomplishment of critical moves toward maximizing safety program performance.  It is a program for Safety, Health, or Environmental professionals who aspire to a higher level of achievement in safety management and want to: 


    • Demonstrate safety system success
    • Gain an advantage in career objectives
    • Open up opportunities for long-term achievement

    Complete this program within a five-year period to receive a Certificate signifying advanced accomplishment in safety management from the ASSE Professional Safety Academy.


    Eligibility

    You are eligible to receive the Certificate of Completion for this program if you satisfy one of the following criteria:


    • Completion of the ASSE Certificate in Safety Management
    • CSP, CHMM, ARM or CIH designation
    • Professional Member of ASSE
    • Baccalaureate degree plus 5 years experience in Safety
    • Professional Engineer working in the Safety, Health or Environmental field

    Learning Objectives
    Successful completion of the ASSE Executive Program in Safety Management will improve your ability to:


    • Assess the performance of your safety management effort
    • Review selected safety management approaches and determine the most appropriate for your organization
    • Establish a process to determine the effectiveness of your safety program
    • Develop loss reduction strategies to address the health and environmental risks that impact your organization
    • Better manage the business aspects of your operation
    • Interface more directly and more influentially with areas of your organization that interact with your department
    • Become a valuable member of management's decision-making team

    Completion Requirements
    The Certificate is awarded after earning a total of 7.5 CEUs within a five-year period for completing three required seminars and any other ASSE national seminars or symposia that bring your CEU count to 7.5 or more.  The ASSE Professional Development Conference, Chapter and Regional seminars are not applicable to this program.  The required seminars are:


    Delivering a High-Performance Safety Management System
    Reducing Losses from Occupational Health Risks and Environmental Exposures
    Managing the Business Aspects of Safety

  11. 11. Delivering a High-Performance Safety Management System - CALL FOR AVAILABILITY
  12. 12. Reducing Losses from Occupational Health Risks and Environmental Exposures
  13. 13. Managing the Business Aspects of Safety - CALL FOR AVAILABILITY
  14. Additional Technical, Management and Skill Development Seminars

  15. 8. Implementing the Right Safety and Health Management System (CANCELLED)
  16. 9. Providing Expert Witness Testimony
  17. 14. Creating Line Management Safety and Health Leadership
  18. 15. Leading Measures of Safety Performance: A Measurement and Metrics Workshop
  19. 16. Workers' Compensation for the Safety Professional
  20. 17. Sustainability: This Emerging Force in Business has an Impact on the Safety Profession
  21. 18. Incident Investigation and Root Cause Analysis
  22. 19. Analytics for Safety: A New Approach to Performance Measurement
  23. 20. Fall Protection in Construction
  24. 21. Critical Issues in Construction Safety
  25. 22. Basic Electrical Safety/Arc Flash with Application of NFPA 70E (2012 Edition)
  26. 23. Combustible Dust: Recognition, Evaluation, and Control
  27. 24. Industrial Hygiene for the Safety Professional
  28. 25. Ethics for the Safety Professional
  29. 26. Balanced Scorecard Approach to Determine Safety Program Effectiveness
  30. 27. Techniques for Hazard Recognition
  31. 28. The Politics of Safety CALL FOR AVAILABILITY
  32. 29. Human Factors Analysis and Classification System (HFACS) for Tracking and Preventing Accidents
  33. 30. Managing Contractor Safety: Implementing an Effective Contractor Safety Program
  34. 31. Coaching to Improve Safety and Health Performance
  35. 32. Decision Matrices for Assessing and Prioritizing Safety Risks
  36. 33. Principles of Leadership
  37. 34. Global Environmental Health and Safety Management
  38. 35. Legal Issues and Exposures for the Safety professional
  39. 36. The Business Tool Box for Safety
  40. 37. Influencing Your Organization on the Value of Safety
  41. 38. Planning, Developing, Managing & Tracking the Organizational Performance of EHS Initiatives & Programs: A Mini Safety MBA
  42. 39. Prevention through Design (PtD) at Every Phase of the Project
  43. 40. Occupational Risk Assessment Strategies
  44. 41. Using Near-Miss Data for Successful Loss Control
  45. 42. Training Supervisors to Become Safety Coaches
  46. 43. Facilitating Decision-Making in Your Organization
  47. 44. Confined Space, Evaluation, Entry and Rescue
  48. 45. Auditing Safety and Health Management Systems
  49. 46. Integrating Safety into Your Organization's Strategic Plan
  50. 47. Systematic Slip, Trip and Fall Prevention: Strategies that Work!
  51. 48. Strategic Leadership Skills for Safety
  52. 49. Environmental Law and Regulations for Safety Professionals
  53. 50. Welding Safety
  54. 51. Effective Communications for the Safety Professional
  55. 52. Creating Safety Training Programs that Work
  56. 53. Predicting Errors Using Human Performance Measurement Tools
  57. 54. Creating A Positive, Proactive and Participative Safety Culture
  58. 55. Cost Analysis for Safety and Health Professionals
  59. 56. Error-Proofing Safety: Integrating Human Performance Improvement into Work Planning
  60. 57. Statistical Analysis of Safety Data
  61. 58. Lockout/Tagout (LOTO) A to Z
  62. 59. Using the Safety Principles of High-Reliability Organizations
  63. 60. People-Based Safety: The Human Dynamics of Achieving an Injury-free Workplace
  64. 61. Managing an Ergonomics Program
  65. 62. Becoming an Effective Change Agent