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  • Corporate Safety Management - Las Vegas, NV
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    February 01, 2018 - February 03, 2018
     
  • 104 Corporate Safety Management (CORPSAFMGT)
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    February 01, 2018 - February 03, 2018
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    08:00 AM - 05:00 PM
    3700 W. Flamingo Road
    Las Vegas
    NV, 89103
    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.
    Learn to:
    • 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
     
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  • Corporate Safety Management - Las Vegas, NV
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    February 01, 2018 - February 03, 2018
     
  • Math Review - Las Vegas, NV
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    February 02, 2018
     
  • 006 Math Review for Certification Exams (MATHREV)
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    February 02, 2018
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    08:00 AM - 05:00 PM
    3700 W. Flamingo Road
    Las Vegas
    NV, 89103

    This is an intensive review of essential math skills. This workshop is specifically designed for those preparing for certification examinations (ASP, CSP, CHST, OHST) and needing a hands-on review of essential skill areas.

    Learn to:
    • Conversions - SI and English conversions of mass, length and time
    • Dimensional analysis - multi-step conversions (e.g., converting miles per hour to feet per second, pounds to micrograms)
    • Number manipulation - exponents, scientific notation, significant digits, answer accuracy and rounding and logarithms
    • Shapes and formulae - area, circumference and volume of rectangles, triangles, circles, trapezoids, cubes and cylinders
    • Graphing - two dimensional graphing of linear, exponential, trigonometric and logarithmic functions
    • Algebra - laws and concepts, word problems
    • Trigonometry - right angles, trigonometry functions and word problems
    • Operation of a scientific calculator

     
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  • 104 Corporate Safety Management (CORPSAFMGT)
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    February 01, 2018 - February 03, 2018
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    08:00 AM - 05:00 PM
    3700 W. Flamingo Road
    Las Vegas
    NV, 89103
    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.
    Learn to:
    • 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
     
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  • ISO 45001 Certificate Workshop - Las Vegas, NV
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    February 03, 2018 - February 05, 2018
     
  • Corporate Safety Management - Las Vegas, NV
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    February 01, 2018 - February 03, 2018
     
  • ASP Exam Prep Workshop - Las Vegas, NV
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    February 03, 2018 - February 05, 2018
     
  • SMS Exam Prep Course - Las Vegas, NV
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    February 03, 2018 - February 05, 2018
     
  • Risk Assessment Workshop - Las Vegas, NV
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    February 03, 2018 - February 05, 2018
     
  • 612 Servant Leadership (SERVANTLDRSHIP)
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    February 03, 2018
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    08:00 AM - 05:00 PM
    3700 W. Flamingo Road
    Las Vegas
    NV, 89103
    The course turns leadership on its head and is quite possibly the best leadership program ever conceived. Based on James Hunter this course this course demonstrates the skills required for the leader to be the servant first.
    Learn to:
    • Understand the background and history of servant-leadership
    • Understand the characteristics of servant-leadership.
    • Understand the paradoxes of servant-leadership.
    • Conduct a self assessment using the skills inventory and develop a plan to improves areas identified as
    weaknesses.
    • Examine company examples where servant leadership is the company leadership model and their success.
     
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  • 610 Technical Writing Skills for the Safety Professional (WRITING)
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    February 03, 2018
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    08:00 AM - 05:00 PM
    3700 W. Flamingo Road
    Las Vegas
    NV, 89103
    Being able to write effective and clear documentation is important in order to satisfy regulatory compliance and establish best practices in your organization. In this course, practice writing and editing content for health and safety policies, programs, procedures, guidelines, safety manuals, handbooks, and other health and safety documents.

     

     
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  • 605 Establishing Your Place in the C-Suite (ESTABLISHYOURPLACE)
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    February 03, 2018
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    08:00 AM - 05:00 PM
    3700 W. Flamingo Road
    Las Vegas
    NV, 89103
    Your organization's senior management looks for SH&E leadership and will reward with resources and support for efforts. Attendees learn what senior management wants to know about SH&E and how to communicate this
    information with key management. Knowledge of the organization's business goals and senior management's
    expectations of SH&E will strengthen the bond with the C-Suite.
    Learn to:
    • Demonstrate a general understanding of business language and a foundation from which business decisions are
    made
    • Identify the expectations of the C-Suite for the SH&E process
    • Develop, implement, and align SH&E efforts driven by organizational objectives from the C-Suite
    • Report on and present SH&E data that gets the attention and involvement of decision-makers
     
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  • 001 ASP Exam Prep Workshop (ASP)
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    February 03, 2018 - February 05, 2018
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    08:00 AM - 05:00 PM
    3700 W. Flamingo Road
    Las Vegas
    NV, 89103

    This workshop will prepare you for the BCSP's Associate Safety Professional Examination, which leads to the ASP designation. You will review more than 350 problems addressing all sections covered by the exam.

    Learn to:
    • Determine whether you are ready to attend the Associate Safety Professional Examination
    • Obtain answers to questions about exam materials
    • Identify areas where additional preparation is needed
    • Become familiar with resources available to prepare for the exam
    • Utilize information about certification requirements and scoring procedures in your test preparation
    • Review content material utilizing a testing format

     
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  • 805 Predicting Errors Using Human Performance Measurement Tools (PREDICTINGERRORS)
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    February 03, 2018
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    08:00 AM - 05:00 PM
    3700 W. Flamingo Road
    Las Vegas
    NV, 89103
    This is a University of Idaho accredited course that provides methodologies on how to detect error likely situations and putting defenses (use of HPI Tools) in place to reduce the consequences of errors. The subject matter applies to everyone.
    Learn to:
    • Defining Error
    • Error Precursors Identification
    • Describing and Predicting Error Likely
    Situations
    • Describe Error Modes
     
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  • 704 Managing and Training a Spanish Speaking Workforce (MNGTRNSPAN)
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    February 03, 2018
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    08:00 AM - 05:00 PM
    3700 W. Flamingo Road
    Las Vegas
    NV, 89103
    In today's world the need for Spanish training in the construction, hospitality, agriculture, and various other industries is increasing every day. If your group does not understand what you are saying, how can your training be effective, how can you insure compliance, or completion? Our instructors will breakdown each major safety subject and provide instruction on how to deliver your message effectively. Come join us as we explore the challenges of getting your message across without having to master the Spanish language!
    Learn to:
    • 101 on the Spanish language
    • Learn key Spanish words which can enhance your safety training curriculum
    • How to research Spanish material
    • Utilizing translation tools (what really works)
    • Review which training styles work best for your Spanish workforce.
    • Explore and understand Cal Osha's change in training for the Spanish speaking work force
     
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  • 104 Corporate Safety Management (CORPSAFMGT)
    Event's details
    February 01, 2018 - February 03, 2018
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    08:00 AM - 05:00 PM
    3700 W. Flamingo Road
    Las Vegas
    NV, 89103
    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.
    Learn to:
    • 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
     
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  • 003 CHMM Exam Prep Workshop (CHMM)
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    February 03, 2018 - February 05, 2018
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    08:00 AM - 05:00 PM
    3700 W. Flamingo Road
    Las Vegas
    NV, 89103

    This workshop is designed to prepare you for the examination leading to the Certified Hazardous Materials Manager (CHMM). You will cover the exam blueprint, and the study and testing techniques that will assist you in taking the exam. You will receive lectures, sample problems, and participate in discussions on those subjects most relevant to the exam blueprint.

    Learn to:
    • Recognize, identify and characterize hazards of materials
    • Assess risks related to hazardous materials
    • Mitigate and /or eliminate hazards of materials
    • Manage impact of hazardous materials on human health
    • Ensure regulatory compliance
    • Manage hazardous materials

     
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  • 101 Advanced Safety Management Methods (ADVSAFMANG)
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    February 03, 2018 - February 05, 2018
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    08:00 AM - 05:00 PM
    3700 W. Flamingo Road
    Las Vegas
    NV, 89103

    Safety management no longer is a compliance-driven approach to systems, best practice thinking, and concepts. This new approach to safety is influencing the way safety professionals deliver guidance and direction to their organizations. This course will provide the executive level experienced safety professional, and the aspiring safety professional, with the knowledge and tools necessary to greatly improve safety performance in their organization.

    Learn to:
    • Manage organizational safety applying the methods established by recognized and respected contemporary management innovators, behavioral scientists, and great leaders in organizations and safety.
    • Provide another dimension to OSH management in the participant’s organization by applying strategy and techniques focused on risk, business, and the reality of human performance.
    • Deliver safety leadership to the participant’s workforce that will build a connection with their senior leaders and inspire their workforce to perform the best safety practices.

     

     
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  • 008 SMS Exam Prep Course- Section 1 (SMS)
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    February 03, 2018 - February 05, 2018
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    08:00 AM - 05:00 PM
    3700 W. Flamingo Road
    Las Vegas
    NV, 89103
    The Safety Management Specialist (SMS) certification is intended for dedicated safety practitioners with ten years of experience in occupational safety or health, with or without a college degree. This 3-day course will prepare candidates for the SMS certification exam. It will cover the five exam domains and enforce concepts through lecture, activities, and practices questions.
    Learn to:
    • Examine comprehension of the SMS domain areas and form the foundation of knowledge and skills required for SMS certification
    • Practice valuable success strategies for passing the SMS exam
    • Recognize EOHS management system concepts
    • Identify risk management concepts
    • Address physical, chemical, ergonomics, and workplace safety issues to recognize and control those stressors.
    • Apply incident investigation and emergency preparedness concepts to calculate incident and injury rates.
    • Effectively communicate business impact of safety issues to upper management
     
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  • 009 STS Exam Prep Course (STSPREP)
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    February 03, 2018 - February 04, 2018
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    08:00 AM - 05:00 PM
    3700 W. Flamingo Road
    Las Vegas
    NV, 89103

    Prepare to assist candidates for the STS Certification Examination in this two-day workshop. On the first day, you will learn adult learning principles and strategy. After an introduction to the STS Certification Process on the second day, you will learn the blueprint of the exam and review the content that will be tested in the exam's major categories. You will be gaining knowledge of the major categories by completing sample questions so that you can teach this content to other candidates. Take away a CD containing all the training materials and some sample examinations that can be used as a study guide.

    Learn to teach and respond to questions on:
    • OSHA, recordkeeping, and multi-employer worksites
    • Principles of accident investigation
    • Fall protection, hand/power tools, stairways and ladders, and Hazcom
    • Personal protective equipment, respirators, and confined space
    • Cranes, derricks, hoists: excavations; and fire protection
    • STS code of ethics

     
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  • 301 Developing a System Approach to Risk & Safety (DEVELOPSYS)
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    February 03, 2018
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    08:00 AM - 05:00 PM
    3700 W. Flamingo Road
    Las Vegas
    NV, 89103

    Every organization confronts risk and safety in some form or fashion. The question is, "How does the organization deal with it or confront it?" The organization is in business to put product and/or services out the back door and make a profit. However, risk and safety issues can diminish the return to the organization if not dealt with in a systematic way. There are elements that make up risk and safety systems that every organization should implement. Those elements include management leadership (organizational culture), employee involvement, planning, implementation and operations (hazards and risk assessment), evaluation of performance for corrective action, and a management review process.

    The organization's "system" may have all the "elements" it is supposed to have. But, system performance could
    definitely improve. This seminar will set the stage for an analysis of those aspects of the organization's system that are underperforming to determine why. There may be reasons that have not been considered.

    Learn to:
    • Evaluate the organization's commitment to risk and safety and determine why it is performing below expectations
    • Assess the roles management and employees play in risk and safety performance in terms of their responsibility,
    authority, and accountability
    • Analyze how well the elements of the organization's system are in achieving results
    • Determine if the incident reporting and investigation process is identifying "real" issues
    • Evaluation the organization's survey/audit process and the results for management effectiveness
    • Develop a plan for the areas in the organization's risk and safety system that need improvement

     
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  • 304 ISO 45001 Certificate Program- Section 1 (ISO45001CERTPROG)
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    February 03, 2018 - February 05, 2018
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    08:00 AM - 05:00 PM
    3700 W. Flamingo Road
    Las Vegas
    NV, 89103
    The ISO 45001 blended learning course provides participants with the knowledge and confidence to successfully implement the standard. This Occupational Health and Safety Management System (OHSMS) can become an integral part of their organization’s overall business operations and objectives. Enterprises that adopt the standard as part of their business practices, goals and objectives will be able to better protect their workers, brand reputation, supply chain and future growth on a global level.
    Learn to:
    • Navigate the ISO 45001 standard document
    • Tell business leaders a compelling story on the importance of adopting the standard
    • Create an actionable plan for adoption of the standard
    • Assess the performance of your OHSMS, in relation to the ISO 45001 standard, and continuously improve your process
     
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  • 205 Risk Assessment Workshop (RISKCERT)
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    February 03, 2018 - February 05, 2018
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    08:00 AM - 05:00 PM
    3700 W. Flamingo Road
    Las Vegas
    NV, 89103

    Risk assessment is a dynamic process that will enable you to proactively manage workplace risks. When a risk assessment is performed with the highest level of skill, you will identify potential hazards and implement preventive measures that would otherwise not have been apparent in any other way. This three-day seminar will cover three main areas of a risk assessment: hazard identification, risk analysis, and risk evaluation and treatment.

    Learn to:
    • Implement the steps of the risk assessment process
    • Conduct a risk assessment leading to the identification and prioritization of their organization’s hazards and controls
    • Influence management to support risk reduction plans and efforts
    • Measure the effectiveness of the risk assessment process and outcomes to support their organization’s objectives

     
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  • 109 Preventing Fatal & Severe Losses- Nine Interventions that Really Matter (PREVENT)
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    February 03, 2018
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    08:00 AM - 05:00 PM
    3700 W. Flamingo Road
    Las Vegas
    NV, 89103
    Over the last several years, the safety profession has made progress in using data-driven methodologies to uncover the real causes of fatal and severe loss. Effective mitigation of Serious Injuries and Fatality (SIF) Precursors requires focus in nine key areas. In this session, we will explore each of these nine areas and discuss many of the workstreams involved in these interventions. Lessons-learned, data, and leadership support strategies from these successful client organizations will also be discussed.
    Learn to:
    • Utilize a set of questions to trigger meaningful reflection on the effectiveness of your organization's current efforts to
    • Prevent fatal and severe loss.
    • Establish foundations for a data-driven strategy to mitigate SIF precursors.
    • Challenge executive leaders to sponsor and support the understanding and control of SIF precursors.
     
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  • 110 Process Safety: An Introduction to OSHA's Process Safety Management Standard (PROCSAFMGT)
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    February 03, 2018
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    08:00 AM - 05:00 PM
    3700 W. Flamingo Road
    Las Vegas
    NV, 89103
     
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  • Advanced Safety Management Methods - Las Vegas, NV
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    February 03, 2018 - February 05, 2018
    09:00 AM - 05:00 PM
    3700 W. Flamingo Road
    Las Vegas
    NV, 89103
     
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  • Risk Assessment Workshop - Las Vegas, NV
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    February 03, 2018 - February 05, 2018
     
  • ISO 45001 Certificate Workshop - Las Vegas, NV
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    February 03, 2018 - February 05, 2018
     
  • ASP Exam Prep Workshop - Las Vegas, NV
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    February 03, 2018 - February 05, 2018
     
  • SMS Exam Prep Course - Las Vegas, NV
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    February 03, 2018 - February 05, 2018
     
  • Safety Management l - Las Vegas, NV
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    February 04, 2018 - February 06, 2018
     
  • 703 Leadership Safety Coaching (LEADSFTYCO)
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    February 04, 2018
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    08:00 AM - 05:00 PM
    3700 W. Flamingo Road
    Las Vegas
    NV, 89103

    Leaders, who can have a great influence on worker behavior have often not received formal training on coaching and effective performance feedback skills. Leaders are in a unique position to facilitate the creation of a culture that focuses on safety excellence. Don't just target improvement in safety and hope for the best; discover exactly how to take leaders from cops to coaches promoting true continuous improvement in safety performance at the worker level.

    Learn to:
    • Train leaders on coaching skills they can use to assist workers in becoming safer and more productive
    • Motivate leaders to participate in safety efforts and make it an important part of their job description
    • Focus safety efforts on a list of precautions that are within the power of leaders and workers to control

     
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  • 608 Leadership Techniques to Effect Change (LEADTECH)
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    February 04, 2018
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    08:00 AM - 05:00 PM
    3700 W. Flamingo Road
    Las Vegas
    NV, 89103

    Effective leadership in safety can significantly change your safety culture. This seminar on leadership will provide
    leadership principles, styles, and theories that can help you guide your workforce to better safety performance. You will take away leadership techniques to strategically motivate, negotiate with and influence management, align safety roles and responsibilities with your organization's operations and deal with conflict within the workforce.

    Learn to:
    • Employ the leadership skills needed to significantly advance your organization's safety culture
    • Learn how to parlay the value of safety to enhance leadership and ownership of safety throughout the organization
    • Motivate management and supervision levels to support safety efforts that will be sustained
    • Develop proven methodologies for dealing with managerial "push back" and disengagement
    • Apply effective leadership techniques to reduce conflict in your organization

     
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  • 606 Facilitating Participatory Decision Making (FACILITATINGDCSNMKING)
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    February 04, 2018
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    08:00 AM - 05:00 PM
    3700 W. Flamingo Road
    Las Vegas
    NV, 89103
    In the reality of today's business world, engaging and involving people in the decision-making process results in
    solutions that are sustainable over time. The artistry of assisting a group of people to reach a workable and
    sustainable agreement demands a very unique toolbox that is sometimes outside the daily efforts of the safety and health professional. In this seminar, you will learn and apply skills that will enable you to facilitate active group engagement and team decisions for your organization.
    Learn to:
    • Define the purpose and steps of a decision making process
    • List the 5 types of decision making styles
    • Describe the difference between Musts and Wants
    • Distinguish the three factors it takes to reach group agreement
    • List the four stages of a facilitation process
     
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  • 802 Cognitive Bias in Safety: Controlling the Consequences (COGNITIVEBIAS)
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    February 04, 2018
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    08:00 AM - 05:00 PM
    3700 W. Flamingo Road
    Las Vegas
    NV, 89103
    Cognitive biases enter into decision-making by helping us cope with complex situations and limited information.
    However, there are unintended negative consequences of the cognitive biases that factor into safety management. These beliefs can steer our thinking toward alignment with past similar experiences, often resulting in the underestimation of risks and the overestimation of the ability of our safety systems to manage hazards. Join us in this seminar to learn how to reset your thinking and mitigate the damaging effects of cognitive bias.
    Learn to:
    • Determine if cognitive biases are a risk factor in your workplace
    • Shape safety perceptions within your organization
    • Isolate the biases that enter into safety decision-making
    • Mitigate losses through the application of more accurately perceived risks and hazards
     
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  • 001 ASP Exam Prep Workshop (ASP)
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    February 03, 2018 - February 05, 2018
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    08:00 AM - 05:00 PM
    3700 W. Flamingo Road
    Las Vegas
    NV, 89103

    This workshop will prepare you for the BCSP's Associate Safety Professional Examination, which leads to the ASP designation. You will review more than 350 problems addressing all sections covered by the exam.

    Learn to:
    • Determine whether you are ready to attend the Associate Safety Professional Examination
    • Obtain answers to questions about exam materials
    • Identify areas where additional preparation is needed
    • Become familiar with resources available to prepare for the exam
    • Utilize information about certification requirements and scoring procedures in your test preparation
    • Review content material utilizing a testing format

     
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  • 909 Lockout/Tagout (LOTOAZ)
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    February 04, 2018
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    08:00 AM - 05:00 PM
    3700 W. Flamingo Road
    Las Vegas
    NV, 89103

    Lock Out Tag Out (LOTO) is consistently a top 10 citation issued by OSHA. This course will help identify equipment that require LOTO, how to develop the required written program and procedures, how to train employees, how to select LOTO devices and how to audit the program annually as required by OSHA 9CFR1910.147.

    Learn to:
    • Develop equipment specific LOTO procedures.
    • Train employees on LOTO.
    • Audit the LOTO program.
    • Identify equipment that need LOTO vs equipment specific LOTO.

     
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  • 907 Industrial Hygiene for the Safety Professional (INDHYGSAF)
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    February 04, 2018 - February 05, 2018
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    08:00 AM - 05:00 PM
    3700 W. Flamingo Road
    Las Vegas
    NV, 89103
    This is an overview of the elements involved with the field of Industrial Hygiene. Learn hazard recognition, evaluation, and control for the participant who is either beginning in the field or in need of an overview refresher course. Practical hands-on case studies will be utilized in developing sampling strategy, sampling methods and use of control measures. A basic review of industrial hygiene equipment and current regulatory requirements will be addressed.
    Learn to:
    • Establish a foundation for building an IH program
    • Provide opportunity to evaluate knowledge level and current program
    • Demonstrate proper procedures
    • Perform calculations and data interpretation
     
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  • 600 7 Insights to Safety Leadership (SEVINSIGHTS)
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    February 04, 2018
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    08:00 AM - 05:00 PM
    3700 W. Flamingo Road
    Las Vegas
    NV, 89103

    A key challenge many EHS professionals face is how to partner with senior leaders to develop and implement a
    highly effective safety improvement strategy. Kristen Bell, co-author of 7 Insights into Safety Leadership, will guide you through the essential principles that every safety leader needs to understand in order to develop and execute a strategy that improves safety, and supports business improvement generally. Each participant will receive a copy of the 7 Insights book, which is based on decades of experience and industry-leading research. Advance copies may be requested in order to enrich your workshop experience and discussion.

    Learn to:
    • Articulate a compelling business case for improving safety performance by engaging employees and building
    culture;
    • Explain why a dual-strategy for reducing exposure to hazards may be required;
    • Define and recognize key safety leadership attributes;
    • Define and recognize two dimensions of culture needed to sustain safety and business improvements;
    • Partner with senior leaders to create a roadmap for developing a positive safety culture and sustainable safety
    improvement.

     
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  • 101 Advanced Safety Management Methods (ADVSAFMANG)
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    February 03, 2018 - February 05, 2018
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    08:00 AM - 05:00 PM
    3700 W. Flamingo Road
    Las Vegas
    NV, 89103

    Safety management no longer is a compliance-driven approach to systems, best practice thinking, and concepts. This new approach to safety is influencing the way safety professionals deliver guidance and direction to their organizations. This course will provide the executive level experienced safety professional, and the aspiring safety professional, with the knowledge and tools necessary to greatly improve safety performance in their organization.

    Learn to:
    • Manage organizational safety applying the methods established by recognized and respected contemporary management innovators, behavioral scientists, and great leaders in organizations and safety.
    • Provide another dimension to OSH management in the participant’s organization by applying strategy and techniques focused on risk, business, and the reality of human performance.
    • Deliver safety leadership to the participant’s workforce that will build a connection with their senior leaders and inspire their workforce to perform the best safety practices.

     

     
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  • 108 OSH Boot Camp (OSHBOOT)
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    February 04, 2018
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    08:00 AM - 05:00 PM
    3700 W. Flamingo Road
    Las Vegas
    NV, 89103
    You have just been given responsibility for OSH within your facility. Where do you go for help? Where do you start? What needs to be done first? This boot camp give such a person the starting point for development and
    implementation of an effective OSH process. On departing, participants will have an outline of topics and activities necessary for success.
    Learn to:
    • Develop and understand components necessary for success in today's OSH climate and culture.
    • Develop and design a roadmap for compliance.
    • Understand and implement steps to ensure business integration.
    • Develop and implement methodologies and strategy to engage employees at varied levels within the organization.
     
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  • 009 STS Exam Prep Course (STSPREP)
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    February 03, 2018 - February 04, 2018
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    08:00 AM - 05:00 PM
    3700 W. Flamingo Road
    Las Vegas
    NV, 89103

    Prepare to assist candidates for the STS Certification Examination in this two-day workshop. On the first day, you will learn adult learning principles and strategy. After an introduction to the STS Certification Process on the second day, you will learn the blueprint of the exam and review the content that will be tested in the exam's major categories. You will be gaining knowledge of the major categories by completing sample questions so that you can teach this content to other candidates. Take away a CD containing all the training materials and some sample examinations that can be used as a study guide.

    Learn to teach and respond to questions on:
    • OSHA, recordkeeping, and multi-employer worksites
    • Principles of accident investigation
    • Fall protection, hand/power tools, stairways and ladders, and Hazcom
    • Personal protective equipment, respirators, and confined space
    • Cranes, derricks, hoists: excavations; and fire protection
    • STS code of ethics

     
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  • 003 CHMM Exam Prep Workshop (CHMM)
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    February 03, 2018 - February 05, 2018
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    08:00 AM - 05:00 PM
    3700 W. Flamingo Road
    Las Vegas
    NV, 89103

    This workshop is designed to prepare you for the examination leading to the Certified Hazardous Materials Manager (CHMM). You will cover the exam blueprint, and the study and testing techniques that will assist you in taking the exam. You will receive lectures, sample problems, and participate in discussions on those subjects most relevant to the exam blueprint.

    Learn to:
    • Recognize, identify and characterize hazards of materials
    • Assess risks related to hazardous materials
    • Mitigate and /or eliminate hazards of materials
    • Manage impact of hazardous materials on human health
    • Ensure regulatory compliance
    • Manage hazardous materials

     
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  • 008 SMS Exam Prep Course- Section 1 (SMS)
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    February 03, 2018 - February 05, 2018
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    08:00 AM - 05:00 PM
    3700 W. Flamingo Road
    Las Vegas
    NV, 89103
    The Safety Management Specialist (SMS) certification is intended for dedicated safety practitioners with ten years of experience in occupational safety or health, with or without a college degree. This 3-day course will prepare candidates for the SMS certification exam. It will cover the five exam domains and enforce concepts through lecture, activities, and practices questions.
    Learn to:
    • Examine comprehension of the SMS domain areas and form the foundation of knowledge and skills required for SMS certification
    • Practice valuable success strategies for passing the SMS exam
    • Recognize EOHS management system concepts
    • Identify risk management concepts
    • Address physical, chemical, ergonomics, and workplace safety issues to recognize and control those stressors.
    • Apply incident investigation and emergency preparedness concepts to calculate incident and injury rates.
    • Effectively communicate business impact of safety issues to upper management
     
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  • 112 Safety Management I (SAFMGT1)
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    February 04, 2018 - February 06, 2018
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    08:00 AM - 05:00 PM
    3700 W. Flamingo Road
    Las Vegas
    NV, 89103
    Through examples, case studies and other resources, this course 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
     
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  • 303 Incident Investigation and Root Cause Analysis (INCROOT)
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    February 04, 2018 - February 05, 2018
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    08:00 AM - 05:00 PM
    3700 W. Flamingo Road
    Las Vegas
    NV, 89103
    This two-day workshop involves the investigation of four (4) industrial accidents using proven techniques for
    identifying and preserving evidence, interviewing witnesses, taking photographs, analyzing data to identify the root causes and drafting recommendations. A writer's guide is included to aid personnel in drafting preliminary, interim and final reports. The last four (4) hours of the two-day workshop involve the re-investigation of an accident personally investigated by Steven P. Pereira. Each team is given four (4) initial pieces of evidence and then asked to use the techniques learned in the course to solicit the other available evidence from the instructor. At the close of the day, each team must orally present their findings (facts), causes, recommendations and other significant findings. The workshop is ideally suited for supervisors, managers, engineers and others tasked with investigating industrial accidents.
    Learn to:
    • Describe the basic management system
    • List the three levels of incident causation
    • Use a checklist to identify and collect evidence at an incident scene
    • Describe effective incident investigation interview techniques
    • Describe the benefits of and how to use the following incident investigation techniques: Sequence of Events and Why Method, Causal factors guides and flow charts, and Change Analysis
    • Describe common errors found in procedures and JSA's
    • Identify the findings and causes of incidents
    • Draft recommendations relative to the causes
     
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  • 304 ISO 45001 Certificate Program- Section 1 (ISO45001CERTPROG)
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    February 03, 2018 - February 05, 2018
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    08:00 AM - 05:00 PM
    3700 W. Flamingo Road
    Las Vegas
    NV, 89103
    The ISO 45001 blended learning course provides participants with the knowledge and confidence to successfully implement the standard. This Occupational Health and Safety Management System (OHSMS) can become an integral part of their organization’s overall business operations and objectives. Enterprises that adopt the standard as part of their business practices, goals and objectives will be able to better protect their workers, brand reputation, supply chain and future growth on a global level.
    Learn to:
    • Navigate the ISO 45001 standard document
    • Tell business leaders a compelling story on the importance of adopting the standard
    • Create an actionable plan for adoption of the standard
    • Assess the performance of your OHSMS, in relation to the ISO 45001 standard, and continuously improve your process
     
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  • 400 Effective Fall Protection Programs (FALLTRAINING)
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    February 04, 2018 - February 05, 2018
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    08:00 AM - 05:00 PM
    3700 W. Flamingo Road
    Las Vegas
    NV, 89103
    In this seminar, you will learn fall protection in accordance with the ANSI Z359 family of standards related to fall protection program management and system use. Through classroom participation and hands-on experiential
    exercises, you will learn how to best make the life-and-death decisions required for your fall protection program.
    Learn to:
    • Conduct fall hazard assessments
    • Make appropriate decisions to reduce injuries on walking/working surfaces, ladders, roofs, aerial lifts, and scaffolds
    • Identify elimination and control methods and develop use and rescue procedures
    • Implement horizontal and vertical lifelines and designate appropriate fall protection anchorages
     
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  • 205 Risk Assessment Workshop (RISKCERT)
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    February 03, 2018 - February 05, 2018
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    08:00 AM - 05:00 PM
    3700 W. Flamingo Road
    Las Vegas
    NV, 89103

    Risk assessment is a dynamic process that will enable you to proactively manage workplace risks. When a risk assessment is performed with the highest level of skill, you will identify potential hazards and implement preventive measures that would otherwise not have been apparent in any other way. This three-day seminar will cover three main areas of a risk assessment: hazard identification, risk analysis, and risk evaluation and treatment.

    Learn to:
    • Implement the steps of the risk assessment process
    • Conduct a risk assessment leading to the identification and prioritization of their organization’s hazards and controls
    • Influence management to support risk reduction plans and efforts
    • Measure the effectiveness of the risk assessment process and outcomes to support their organization’s objectives

     
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  • 115 The Business of Safety (BUSSAF)
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    February 04, 2018
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    08:00 AM - 05:00 PM
    3700 W. Flamingo Road
    Las Vegas
    NV, 89103

    Managing the business of safety means bringing safety management in sync with the challenges of your organization. In this seminar, you will learn business concepts and strategies that can support you in effectively demonstrating an understanding of how Safety and Health affects the bottom-line of your organization and how to show management that Safety is value added. Topics include:
    • Selling Safety and Health to management
    • Gaining management commitment
    • Identifying cost of risk
    • Use of Engineering-Financial Principles
    • Legal Precedence
    • Integrating Sarbanes-Oxley issues
    • Developing a Health and Safety annual report

    Learn to:
    • Communicate the value of Safety and Health to management
    • Discuss business concepts that will enable you to integrate Safety and Health into your organization's operations
    • Use techniques that demonstrate the financial impact effective Safety and Health has on your organization's
    financial goals

     
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  • Advanced Safety Management Methods - Las Vegas, NV
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    February 03, 2018 - February 05, 2018
    09:00 AM - 05:00 PM
    3700 W. Flamingo Road
    Las Vegas
    NV, 89103
     
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  • Managing Safety and Health - Las Vegas, NV
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    February 05, 2018 - February 06, 2018
     
  • ISO 45001 Certificate Workshop - Las Vegas, NV
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    February 03, 2018 - February 05, 2018
     
  • ASP Exam Prep Workshop - Las Vegas, NV
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    February 03, 2018 - February 05, 2018
     
  • Risk Assessment Workshop - Las Vegas, NV
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    February 03, 2018 - February 05, 2018
     
  • SMS Exam Prep Course - Las Vegas, NV
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    February 03, 2018 - February 05, 2018
     
  • Safety Management l - Las Vegas, NV
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    February 04, 2018 - February 06, 2018
     
  • 700 Designing Effective Training- Instructional Design Basics (DESEFFTRAIN)
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    February 05, 2018
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    08:00 AM - 05:00 PM
    3700 W. Flamingo Road
    Las Vegas
    NV, 89103
    Virtually every safety professional delivers safety training, but few of them have received any formal (or informal) training in instructional system design (ISD). The unfortunate result of this is safety training that is often labeled as boring, irrelevant, repetitious, instructor-centric, ineffective or just plain poor. It does not have to be that way! There is an entire body of knowledge around the design and delivery of effective training that safety professionals need to know. The proper use of ISD techniques can vastly improve the quality of training and the results from training.
    Learn to:
    • Use the various elements of the ADDIE model (most commonly used)
    • Apply the most recent research on the neuroscience of learning to enhance training
    • Explore five proven laws of practice in training
    • Avoid death by PowerPoint
    • Apply four common training myths and how to redirect resources wasted on them
    • Apply the model and techniques to their own training needs
     
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  • 801 Behavior-Based Safety for Today's Realities (BEHBASEDSFTY)
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    February 05, 2018
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    08:00 AM - 05:00 PM
    3700 W. Flamingo Road
    Las Vegas
    NV, 89103

    If you implemented a behavior-based safety process back when everyone else did, it may be time for some updates that could increase the results of your system. In the past two decades, more effective ways of implementing BBS have been discovered and innovative steps have been taken to bring these systems to new heights of engagement and performance. In this seminar, you will learn some alternatives to traditional BBS administration that can give your system the boost it needs for safety improvement. If you have not implemented BBS already, you will find out how to do so much more efficiently than was possible in the past.

    Learn to:
    • Decrease the use of internal resources without sacrificing effectiveness
    • Develop better focus with your observation checklist
    • Change your observation strategy to produce better results
    • Make more intelligent analysis and use of observation data
    • Communicate your process more effectively to produce employee engagement
    • Address the four major issues found within the average BBS process
    • Avoid the ten mistakes that compromise BBS processes

     
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  • 602 Beyond Safety...Diagnosing and Treating the Barriers to Safety Performance Excellence (BEYONDSAF)
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    February 05, 2018
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    08:00 AM - 05:00 PM
    3700 W. Flamingo Road
    Las Vegas
    NV, 89103

    Numerous tangible and intangible "barriers" can significantly impact organizational safety and health performance. These "barriers" are not safety and health issues, but often, the factors that cause them to occur within organizations. To succeed in achieving safety and health excellence, you need to address these barriers and in this seminar, you will learn the methods that can make a change in your safety and health performance.

    Learn to:
    • How organizational barriers can prevent safety performance excellence
    • How to identify and analyze these barriers with an organization
    • Various methodologies for overcoming these barriers
    • Global best practices for influencing the safety culture to prevent these barriers from resurfacing

     
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  • 604 Coaching to Improve Safety & Health Performance (COACHINGTOIMPROVE)
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    February 05, 2018
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    08:00 AM - 05:00 PM
    3700 W. Flamingo Road
    Las Vegas
    NV, 89103
    Coaching can dramatically increase the service and value you bring to your organization and also provide a different framework for you to work with and get the best performance out of others. Coaching involves the ability to work with an individual (employee or leader) to help them get unstuck in their current ways of thinking and acting. Their changed behavior, particularly if they are in leadership position, translates into improved results for the organization. By understanding coaching skills and how to apply them, you will dramatically improve your role in influencing others. Attendees remark how this course enabled them to transition from a "safety cop" to a collaborator and partner with those they interact with. In this seminar you will learn what it means to be a coach, and how to use your skills and knowledge in a coach mode to more effectively transform others and their investment in the organization.
    Learn to:
    • List the 5 components for a coaching process
    • Explain the differences between inquiry versus advocacy in coaching
    • Describe various ways to build rapport
    • Breakdown the three types of Active Listening: Mirroring, Paraphrasing and Drawing people out
    • Differentiate between open-ended, close-ended and inquiry questioning
    • Demonstrate how to re-frame a behavior or concept
     
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  • 908 Legal Issues and Exposures in the Safety Practice (LEGALISSUES)
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    February 05, 2018
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    08:00 AM - 05:00 PM
    3700 W. Flamingo Road
    Las Vegas
    NV, 89103
    While you are watching out for your organization or clients, you may be exposed to legal liability. Legal liabilities can arise even while you are in compliance with OSHA and other rules and regulations. Litigation of disputes has become commonplace and your best defense is being aware of this risk. In this seminar, you will learn how to identify legal risks and protect yourself. Using real life examples, you will learn civil and criminal liabilities for which a safety professional may find themselves exposed in the normal course of their practice.
    Learn to:
    • Recognize the various liability exposures of a practicing safety professional
    • Avoid both the civil and criminal liabilities that are encountered in the workplace
    • Protect against the potential liabilities and misperception of unethical practices related to your certifications
     
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  • 001 ASP Exam Prep Workshop (ASP)
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    February 03, 2018 - February 05, 2018
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    08:00 AM - 05:00 PM
    3700 W. Flamingo Road
    Las Vegas
    NV, 89103

    This workshop will prepare you for the BCSP's Associate Safety Professional Examination, which leads to the ASP designation. You will review more than 350 problems addressing all sections covered by the exam.

    Learn to:
    • Determine whether you are ready to attend the Associate Safety Professional Examination
    • Obtain answers to questions about exam materials
    • Identify areas where additional preparation is needed
    • Become familiar with resources available to prepare for the exam
    • Utilize information about certification requirements and scoring procedures in your test preparation
    • Review content material utilizing a testing format

     
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  • 901 Confined Spaces, Evaluation, Entry, and Rescue (CONFINEDSPACES)
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    February 05, 2018
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    08:00 AM - 05:00 PM
    3700 W. Flamingo Road
    Las Vegas
    NV, 89103
    Confined spaces are now regulated by OSHA both in general industry and construction. This course will cover
    assessment of spaces, air monitoring, training requirements, ventilation, permits, retrieval and rescue requirements and equipment, contractors, and recordkeeping that is required by OSHA.
    Learn to:
    • Attendees will be able to: determine if a space is permit required or not, select the proper entry and rescue equipment, specify the number of personnel needed to perform an entry
     
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  • 907 Industrial Hygiene for the Safety Professional (INDHYGSAF)
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    February 04, 2018 - February 05, 2018
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    08:00 AM - 05:00 PM
    3700 W. Flamingo Road
    Las Vegas
    NV, 89103
    This is an overview of the elements involved with the field of Industrial Hygiene. Learn hazard recognition, evaluation, and control for the participant who is either beginning in the field or in need of an overview refresher course. Practical hands-on case studies will be utilized in developing sampling strategy, sampling methods and use of control measures. A basic review of industrial hygiene equipment and current regulatory requirements will be addressed.
    Learn to:
    • Establish a foundation for building an IH program
    • Provide opportunity to evaluate knowledge level and current program
    • Demonstrate proper procedures
    • Perform calculations and data interpretation
     
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  • 101 Advanced Safety Management Methods (ADVSAFMANG)
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    February 03, 2018 - February 05, 2018
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    08:00 AM - 05:00 PM
    3700 W. Flamingo Road
    Las Vegas
    NV, 89103

    Safety management no longer is a compliance-driven approach to systems, best practice thinking, and concepts. This new approach to safety is influencing the way safety professionals deliver guidance and direction to their organizations. This course will provide the executive level experienced safety professional, and the aspiring safety professional, with the knowledge and tools necessary to greatly improve safety performance in their organization.

    Learn to:
    • Manage organizational safety applying the methods established by recognized and respected contemporary management innovators, behavioral scientists, and great leaders in organizations and safety.
    • Provide another dimension to OSH management in the participant’s organization by applying strategy and techniques focused on risk, business, and the reality of human performance.
    • Deliver safety leadership to the participant’s workforce that will build a connection with their senior leaders and inspire their workforce to perform the best safety practices.

     

     
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  • 112 Safety Management I (SAFMGT1)
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    February 04, 2018 - February 06, 2018
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    08:00 AM - 05:00 PM
    3700 W. Flamingo Road
    Las Vegas
    NV, 89103
    Through examples, case studies and other resources, this course 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
     
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  • 116 The OOPS and OWW of OSH (OOPS)
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    February 05, 2018
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    08:00 AM - 05:00 PM
    3700 W. Flamingo Road
    Las Vegas
    NV, 89103
    During this sessions, participants will learn all about "OOPS" (Organizational Opportunities Preventing Safety) and "OWW" ( Organizational Worries and Woes) presented from a perspective of human performance and error reduction. Using facilitated discussion and with a high degree of engagement, participants will leave with a solid understanding of the OOPS and OWW along with several tools to identify and counteract potentials for OOPS and OWW.
    Learn to:
    • Develop a clear understanding of errors and error precursors.
    • Understand the importance of one's performance mode and development of tool's to identify and enhance mode performance.
    • Identify and understand various tools that can be used to counter factors leading to OOPS and OWW.
     
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  • 003 CHMM Exam Prep Workshop (CHMM)
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    February 03, 2018 - February 05, 2018
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    08:00 AM - 05:00 PM
    3700 W. Flamingo Road
    Las Vegas
    NV, 89103

    This workshop is designed to prepare you for the examination leading to the Certified Hazardous Materials Manager (CHMM). You will cover the exam blueprint, and the study and testing techniques that will assist you in taking the exam. You will receive lectures, sample problems, and participate in discussions on those subjects most relevant to the exam blueprint.

    Learn to:
    • Recognize, identify and characterize hazards of materials
    • Assess risks related to hazardous materials
    • Mitigate and /or eliminate hazards of materials
    • Manage impact of hazardous materials on human health
    • Ensure regulatory compliance
    • Manage hazardous materials

     
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  • 008 SMS Exam Prep Course- Section 1 (SMS)
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    February 03, 2018 - February 05, 2018
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    08:00 AM - 05:00 PM
    3700 W. Flamingo Road
    Las Vegas
    NV, 89103
    The Safety Management Specialist (SMS) certification is intended for dedicated safety practitioners with ten years of experience in occupational safety or health, with or without a college degree. This 3-day course will prepare candidates for the SMS certification exam. It will cover the five exam domains and enforce concepts through lecture, activities, and practices questions.
    Learn to:
    • Examine comprehension of the SMS domain areas and form the foundation of knowledge and skills required for SMS certification
    • Practice valuable success strategies for passing the SMS exam
    • Recognize EOHS management system concepts
    • Identify risk management concepts
    • Address physical, chemical, ergonomics, and workplace safety issues to recognize and control those stressors.
    • Apply incident investigation and emergency preparedness concepts to calculate incident and injury rates.
    • Effectively communicate business impact of safety issues to upper management
     
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  • 100 Advanced Safety Management for Superior Performance (ADVSUPER)
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    February 05, 2018 - February 06, 2018
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    08:00 AM - 05:00 PM
    3700 W. Flamingo Road
    Las Vegas
    NV, 89103
    Advanced safety management concepts from current standards are explored in detail with particular focus on
    practical application tips. This workshop takes a close, fresh look at the most effective role the safety professional can play, including the strategic, professional development required to achieve this end. Topics include risk reduction, management of change, and ways to continually improve an organization's safety management system. Unique to this seminar is content that helps attendees balance legal protections while cultivating safety culture.
    Learn to:
    • Develop your risk assessment skills with the latest tools to prioritize your safety intervention decisions;
    • Apply training strategies that connects the dots from activity to performance;
    • Prescribe safety management strategies that balance both legal protections and safety culture enhancement;
    • Identify elements of ANSI Z10, recent OSHA Recommendations and ISO 45001 that promote continual improvement of your safety management system.
     
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  • 204 Process Safety Management (PROCSM)
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    February 05, 2018
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    08:00 AM - 05:00 PM
    3700 W. Flamingo Road
    Las Vegas
    NV, 89103
    This seminar will address System Safety and Process Safety from the recently published Green Book by ASSE. We will introduce system safety terminology that is used in both system and process safety. We will discuss the concepts of risk and risk assessment and how it applies to hazard identification and control. Similarly, once hazards are identified we will then discuss risk mitigation and acceptability criteria. That is, what level of risk from a particular hazard can be deemed acceptable. We will follow with a discussion regarding a few basic design solutions for identified hazards. We will introduce and provide an overview of some of the more popular analysis techniques used in system and process safety. Finally we will discuss the hazard analysis worksheets as a tool for executing system safety and process safety.
    Learn to:
    • Understand system safety terminology.
    • Be able to recognize various hazardous energy sources and controls.
    • Understand the concepts of risk and risk assessment.
    • Understand risk mitigation and acceptability criteria.
    • Understand basic design solutions for identified hazards.
    • Understand the basic analysis techniques, such as fault, tree analysis, event tree analysis, failure modes and effects analysis, hazard and operability studies (HAZOPs), functional and control flow analysis, and sneak circuit analysis.
    • Understand the purpose and use of hazard analysis worksheets and hazard reports.
     
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  • 601 Becoming an Effective Independent Consultant (BECOMEFF)
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    February 05, 2018
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    08:00 AM - 05:00 PM
    3700 W. Flamingo Road
    Las Vegas
    NV, 89103

    This seminar offers hands-on training in basic business operations for those who would like to improve the effectiveness of their consultant practice or would like to make the transition from employee to independent practitioner.

    Learn to:
    • Establish or more effectively operate an independent consulting practice
    • Discuss the most difficult challenges facing the independent consultant
    • Create a business plan for optimum performance of the consulting practice
    • Address financial issues and essential practice management
    • Construct proposals, contracts and letters of agreement
    • Develop marketing and sales strategies for professional services

     
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  • 400 Effective Fall Protection Programs (FALLTRAINING)
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    February 04, 2018 - February 05, 2018
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    08:00 AM - 05:00 PM
    3700 W. Flamingo Road
    Las Vegas
    NV, 89103
    In this seminar, you will learn fall protection in accordance with the ANSI Z359 family of standards related to fall protection program management and system use. Through classroom participation and hands-on experiential
    exercises, you will learn how to best make the life-and-death decisions required for your fall protection program.
    Learn to:
    • Conduct fall hazard assessments
    • Make appropriate decisions to reduce injuries on walking/working surfaces, ladders, roofs, aerial lifts, and scaffolds
    • Identify elimination and control methods and develop use and rescue procedures
    • Implement horizontal and vertical lifelines and designate appropriate fall protection anchorages
     
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  • 502 Managing Safety and Health (MSH)
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    February 05, 2018 - February 06, 2018
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    08:00 AM - 05:00 PM
    3700 W. Flamingo Road
    Las Vegas
    NV, 89103
    During this seminar safety professionals will analyze the best practices of global leaders in safety, health and environmental management. From the discussions and examples, they will explore methods to implement, manage and measure a successful global safety, health, and environmental program within their organization. This seminar covers the basic needs of managing safety and health with a global perspective.
    Learn to:
    • Design, implement and manage a leading safety and health process
    • Apply global best practices to identify and reduce safety risks
    • Evaluate the impact of occupational health and environmental risks
    • Integrate safety and health processes into business functions
    • Develop measurement systems to achieve optimal safety and health performance
     
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  • 304 ISO 45001 Certificate Program- Section 1 (ISO45001CERTPROG)
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    February 03, 2018 - February 05, 2018
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    08:00 AM - 05:00 PM
    3700 W. Flamingo Road
    Las Vegas
    NV, 89103
    The ISO 45001 blended learning course provides participants with the knowledge and confidence to successfully implement the standard. This Occupational Health and Safety Management System (OHSMS) can become an integral part of their organization’s overall business operations and objectives. Enterprises that adopt the standard as part of their business practices, goals and objectives will be able to better protect their workers, brand reputation, supply chain and future growth on a global level.
    Learn to:
    • Navigate the ISO 45001 standard document
    • Tell business leaders a compelling story on the importance of adopting the standard
    • Create an actionable plan for adoption of the standard
    • Assess the performance of your OHSMS, in relation to the ISO 45001 standard, and continuously improve your process
     
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  • 205 Risk Assessment Workshop (RISKCERT)
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    February 03, 2018 - February 05, 2018
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    08:00 AM - 05:00 PM
    3700 W. Flamingo Road
    Las Vegas
    NV, 89103

    Risk assessment is a dynamic process that will enable you to proactively manage workplace risks. When a risk assessment is performed with the highest level of skill, you will identify potential hazards and implement preventive measures that would otherwise not have been apparent in any other way. This three-day seminar will cover three main areas of a risk assessment: hazard identification, risk analysis, and risk evaluation and treatment.

    Learn to:
    • Implement the steps of the risk assessment process
    • Conduct a risk assessment leading to the identification and prioritization of their organization’s hazards and controls
    • Influence management to support risk reduction plans and efforts
    • Measure the effectiveness of the risk assessment process and outcomes to support their organization’s objectives

     
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  • 303 Incident Investigation and Root Cause Analysis (INCROOT)
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    February 04, 2018 - February 05, 2018
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    08:00 AM - 05:00 PM
    3700 W. Flamingo Road
    Las Vegas
    NV, 89103
    This two-day workshop involves the investigation of four (4) industrial accidents using proven techniques for
    identifying and preserving evidence, interviewing witnesses, taking photographs, analyzing data to identify the root causes and drafting recommendations. A writer's guide is included to aid personnel in drafting preliminary, interim and final reports. The last four (4) hours of the two-day workshop involve the re-investigation of an accident personally investigated by Steven P. Pereira. Each team is given four (4) initial pieces of evidence and then asked to use the techniques learned in the course to solicit the other available evidence from the instructor. At the close of the day, each team must orally present their findings (facts), causes, recommendations and other significant findings. The workshop is ideally suited for supervisors, managers, engineers and others tasked with investigating industrial accidents.
    Learn to:
    • Describe the basic management system
    • List the three levels of incident causation
    • Use a checklist to identify and collect evidence at an incident scene
    • Describe effective incident investigation interview techniques
    • Describe the benefits of and how to use the following incident investigation techniques: Sequence of Events and Why Method, Causal factors guides and flow charts, and Change Analysis
    • Describe common errors found in procedures and JSA's
    • Identify the findings and causes of incidents
    • Draft recommendations relative to the causes
     
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  • Advanced Safety Management Methods - Las Vegas, NV
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    February 03, 2018 - February 05, 2018
    09:00 AM - 05:00 PM
    3700 W. Flamingo Road
    Las Vegas
    NV, 89103
     
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  • Fall Protection Certificate Workshop - Las Vegas, NV
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    February 06, 2018 - February 08, 2018
     
  • ISO 45001 Certificate Workshop - Las Vegas, NV
    Event's details
    February 06, 2018 - February 08, 2018
     
  • CHST Workshop - Las Vegas, NV
    Event's details
    February 06, 2018 - February 08, 2018
     
  • CSP Exam Prep Course - Las Vegas, NV
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    February 06, 2018 - February 08, 2018
     
  • Managing Safety and Health - Las Vegas, NV
    Event's details
    February 05, 2018 - February 06, 2018
     
  • SMS Exam Prep Course - Las Vegas, NV
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    February 06, 2018 - February 08, 2018
     
  • Safety Management l - Las Vegas, NV
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    February 04, 2018 - February 06, 2018
     
  • OHST Workshop - Las Vegas, NV
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    February 06, 2018 - February 08, 2018
     
  • 705 Peer-to-Peer Training for Supervision, Safety Advocates, & Safety Committees (PEERTOPEER)
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    February 06, 2018
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    08:00 AM - 05:00 PM
    3700 W. Flamingo Road
    Las Vegas
    NV, 89103

    An essential portion of a safety process, training is mandated and essential. However, many employees at the levels indicated have been provided little or no training as to how to conduct training in an efficient and effective manner. Participants will cover elements of adult education and be guided in development of their own unique presentation style. Successful completion will include a 3 to 5-minute safety talk developed utilizing techniques learned.

    Learn to:
    • Understand the basic concepts and tenants of how adults learn.
    • Understand the basic components of a successful presentation utilizing various models presented within the
    session.
    • Design and present a 3 to 5-minute safety talk utilizing lesson learned.
    • Receive feedback from fellow participants and a video of the presentation.

     
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  • 803 Human & Organizational Performance (HUMANERRORSAFETY)
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    February 06, 2018
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    08:00 AM - 05:00 PM
    3700 W. Flamingo Road
    Las Vegas
    NV, 89103
    Human and Organizational Performance Fundamentals class is a solid introduction to the new view of safety and
    reliability. The presentation discusses how to move an organization away from the "blame and punish" model to the progressive and helpful "learn and improve" model. Discussions about human error and how to build in error
    tolerance is a key objective of this course. Operational Learning Teams are also explained to help organizations
    better engage the workers and to move away from the more investigative interviewing approach to event response.
    Learn to:
    • Deeper understanding of human error.
    • A working knowledge of performance modes.
    • Guidance on how to better respond to failure.
    • A path forward to improved operational learning and more focus on reliability and resilience.
     
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  • 614 Using Appreciative Inquiry to Achieve Transformational Results (USINGAPP)
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    February 06, 2018
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    08:00 AM - 05:00 PM
    3700 W. Flamingo Road
    Las Vegas
    NV, 89103

    Appreciative Inquiry (AI) evolved many years ago as a positive approach to guide change in organizations. In contrast to "deficit-based" thinking, AI is based on the assumption that inquiry and dialogue about strengths, successes, hopes and dreams can be a transformational process that results in huge shifts in thinking and culture. AI is based on the concept of finding the best in people and organizations, then getting more of it. Everyone knows that if you want the best results from people, providing positive feedback and reinforcement is far more effective than punishment or discipline.Because safety professionals are often tasked with helping or leading culture change efforts, it makes sense to have as many tools and skills as possible – especially proven approaches like AI that produces such positive and tangible results.

    Learn to:
    • Discover and be able to recite the background and framework of AI
    • Explore various approaches to using the elements of the model for coaching, culture change, and enhancing current
    • processes and procedures
    • Apply the model to achieve their own results for current or contemplated projects

     
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  • 702 Instructional Design Principles for Adult Learning (INSTRUCDESIGN)
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    February 06, 2018 - February 07, 2018
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    08:00 AM - 05:00 PM
    3700 W. Flamingo Road
    Las Vegas
    NV, 89103

    Instructional Design Principles for Adult Learning is a two-day program designed to assist organizations charged with training adults online or in the classroom. The program covers critical principles of adult learning and how to apply them in different 21st century training environments. Often developers of online education get the use of technology right but the adult education methodology wrong.

    Learn to:
    • Define, and recognize how and why adults learn
    • Discover methods for enhancing adult motivation to learn
    • Define, recognize and apply critical learning strategies to adult education in online and classroom environments
    • Distinguish between, and apply learning styles and personality typing in education and training

     
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  • 903 Electrical Safety I: Basic Principles (ELECSFTYI)
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    February 06, 2018
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    08:00 AM - 05:00 PM
    3700 W. Flamingo Road
    Las Vegas
    NV, 89103

    This course provides an introduction to the fundamental principles of electrical safety. It is assumed that participants have little or no experience in this subject area. Principles needed to protect the worker to voltages greater than 50 V through engineering control will be covered. This course will examine how-to issues using a participant hands-on approach to comprehend and demonstrate concepts learned in the lecture portions. Content will cover the basic principles required, the OSHA’s top ten electrical safety violations, the NEC (2017 edition) and other NFPA electrical safety standards. To build upon concepts learned in this course and for an overview of safe work practices for energized work/NFPA 70E, participants should also enroll in Electrical Safety II: Energized Work Practices/Arc Flash/NFPA 70E (2018 Edition).

    Learn to:
    • Describe engineering design requirements and safeguards necessary to protect workers.
    • Discuss the basic principles of electricity, including basic circuitry and electrical units.
    • Identify hazards of electricity to the human body.
    • Mitigate electrical hazards based on OSHA’s Top 10 citations for electrical safety.
    • Apply skills learned through hands-on laboratory sessions/team exercises.

     
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  • 002 CET Exam Prep Workshop (CET)
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    February 06, 2018 - February 07, 2018
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    08:00 AM - 05:00 PM
    3700 W. Flamingo Road
    Las Vegas
    NV, 89103

    The Certified Environmental, Safety and Health Trainer (CET) is a certification held by those with experience and expertise in developing, designing, and delivering safety, health and environmental training. This workshop is designed for OSH trainers to prepare for the CET certification.

    The CET examination preparation workshop is based on minimum competencies outlined in two national standards: the ANSI/ASSE American National Standard Z490.1, Criteria for Accepted Practices in Safety, Health and Environmental Training, and the International Board for Standards for Training, Performance and Instruction (IBSTPI) Instructor, Instructional Design, and Training Manager Competencies.

    Learn to:
    • Demonstrate effective communication and interpersonal skills
    • Assess training needs
    • Design and develop training courses
    • Design student performance evaluation instruments
    • Develop administrative and management plans for individual courses
    • Implement training
    • Conduct program evaluations of training and apply results

     
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  • 900 Can I Get a Witness? The Rules & Art of an Expert Witness (EXPERTWITNESS)
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    February 06, 2018
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    08:00 AM - 05:00 PM
    3700 W. Flamingo Road
    Las Vegas
    NV, 89103
    As you progress in your career as a safety and health professional, opportunities may arise for you to act as an expert witness in litigation or as a subject matter expert you may be called as a witness for your own or your company's work. Or perhaps you are thinking about self-employment as an authority for litigation on safety and health matters. This seminar will provide you with a foundation of skills needed to take on the role of an expert witness. (Note that while this class focuses on the role, expectations, and success of an expert witness the basic elements are applicable to anyone called as a witness.)
    Learn to:
    • Provide expert witness testimony in accordance with the laws of the U.S. Legal System and its litigation process
    • Use the rules of civil procedure and evidence to establish the functional framework for your testimony
    • Respond in the role of a safety expert in depositions and at trial
    • Understand the business aspects necessary to support your expert witness services
    • Implement techniques to more effectively communicate and persuade as an expert
     
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  • 902 Critical Issues in Construction Safety (CRITISCONS)
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    February 06, 2018
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    08:00 AM - 05:00 PM
    3700 W. Flamingo Road
    Las Vegas
    NV, 89103
    This course is designed to identify the "hot topics" in construction safety and health.
    Learn to:
    • Define construction...and define critical.
    • Identify what is critical to safety and health in construction.
    • Identify the challenges associated with construction work and working with contractors and identify means of
    controlling those challenges.
     
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  • 603 Business Continuity Planning (BCP) (BUSCONT)
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    February 06, 2018
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    08:00 AM - 05:00 PM
    3700 W. Flamingo Road
    Las Vegas
    NV, 89103
    BCP is a process which seeks to ensure the safety of employees, on-site contractors, visitors and surrounding communities during a disaster and to ensure prompt recovery of critical business processes and systems for the protection of customers, and other users of the organizations products and services. Business Continuity has 3 main phases Planning, Activation and Recovery. This course will focus on planning and activation.
    Learn to:
    • Understand the elements of a Business Continuity program and need for concise up to date documentation available in an emergency.                                        
    • Develop and outline BCP elements appropriate to their circumstances.                  
    • Techniques for creating enthusiasm and participation will be discussed and practiced.
    • Practice communication skills appropriate for crisis situations.                  
    • Understand the value and limitations of Business Continuity Planning.
     
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  • 100 Advanced Safety Management for Superior Performance (ADVSUPER)
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    February 05, 2018 - February 06, 2018
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    08:00 AM - 05:00 PM
    3700 W. Flamingo Road
    Las Vegas
    NV, 89103
    Advanced safety management concepts from current standards are explored in detail with particular focus on
    practical application tips. This workshop takes a close, fresh look at the most effective role the safety professional can play, including the strategic, professional development required to achieve this end. Topics include risk reduction, management of change, and ways to continually improve an organization's safety management system. Unique to this seminar is content that helps attendees balance legal protections while cultivating safety culture.
    Learn to:
    • Develop your risk assessment skills with the latest tools to prioritize your safety intervention decisions;
    • Apply training strategies that connects the dots from activity to performance;
    • Prescribe safety management strategies that balance both legal protections and safety culture enhancement;
    • Identify elements of ANSI Z10, recent OSHA Recommendations and ISO 45001 that promote continual improvement of your safety management system.
     
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  • 105 Creating Line Management Safety Leadership (CRLINMGT)
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    February 06, 2018
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    08:00 AM - 05:00 PM
    3700 W. Flamingo Road
    Las Vegas
    NV, 89103

    Maximizing safety performance excellence can only be accomplished when line managers accept and own the safety
    responsibility. This seminar will assist safety professionals and practitioners in their efforts to create an environment
    where their role and the role of the line management team can be enhanced to produce safety performance
    excellence.

    Learn to:
    • Train line managers on the techniques they must utilize to effectively execute their safety responsibility
    • Implement a strategy to assist their organization in improving its safety culture
    • Take steps toward achieving safety performance excellence based upon the critical elements necessary for
    reaching this goal
    • Practice common and contemporary safety management approaches and work toward achieving senior
    management commitment to safety

     
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  • 111 Safeguarding Employees Who Work Alone (WORKALONE)
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    February 06, 2018
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    08:00 AM - 05:00 PM
    3700 W. Flamingo Road
    Las Vegas
    NV, 89103
    Nearly every employer has employees who work solo without readily available assistance or who travel alone without routine interaction with the public. While OSHA regulates about a dozen activities that can not be performed alone, the US does not have an OSHA or consensus standard that addresses safeguarding employees who work alone. However, other countries, notably Canada, do have work alone laws. This course addresses work alone risk analysis, OSHA's expectations, and laws of other countries that help to develop and implement an effective system to safeguard employees who work alone.
    Learn to:
    • Identify those employees who face a risk of working alone
    • Develop and implement a management system to safeguard those who work alone
    • Select an appropriate level of monitoring for those employees who work alone
     
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  • 010 SMS Exam Prep Course- Section 2 (SMS_2)
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    February 06, 2018 - February 08, 2018
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    08:00 AM - 05:00 PM
    3700 W. Flamingo Road
    Las Vegas
    NV, 89103
    The Safety Management Specialist (SMS) certification is intended for dedicated safety practitioners with ten years of experience in occupational safety or health, with or without a college degree. This 3-day course will prepare candidates for the SMS certification exam. It will cover the five exam domains and enforce concepts through lecture, activities, and practices questions.
    Learn to:
    • Examine comprehension of the SMS domain areas and form the foundation of knowledge and skills required for SMS certification
    • Practice valuable success strategies for passing the SMS exam
    • Recognize EOHS management system concepts
    • Identify risk management concepts
    • Address physical, chemical, ergonomics, and workplace safety issues to recognize and control those stressors.
    • Apply incident investigation and emergency preparedness concepts to calculate incident and injury rates.
    • Effectively communicate business impact of safety issues to upper management
     
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  • 004 CHST Exam Prep Workshop (CHST)
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    February 06, 2018 - February 08, 2018
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    08:00 AM - 05:00 PM
    3700 W. Flamingo Road
    Las Vegas
    NV, 89103

    This seminar provides participants with a detailed review of material included on the Blueprint for the CHST Examination.  Participants will complete a 200-question sample quiz as part of the workshop and will be provided additional quizzes to be reviewed when they return home.

    Topics Include:
    • Safety program management and administration
    • An overview of safety management systems including ISO and ANSI standards
    • Hazard Recognition, Evaluation and Control techniques
    • Managing regulatory inspections
    • Training and orientation means and methods
    • Hazard communication including GHS
    • Jobsite inspections and audits
    • Job hazard analysis/pre-job planning
    • Incident investigation
    • Recordkeeping requirements

     
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  • 005 CSP Exam Prep Workshop (CSP)
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    February 06, 2018 - February 08, 2018
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    08:00 AM - 05:00 PM
    3700 W. Flamingo Road
    Las Vegas
    NV, 89103

    This workshop is designed to prepare individuals for the Certified Safety Professional Examination leading to certification as a CSP. The workshop consists of lectures, sample problems, and discussions on a variety of subjects essential to prepare the student for the exam.

    Learn:
    • Concepts of probability, statistics and basic sciences
    • Engineering: safety and environmental, occupational health, fire protection
    • Applied management principles, ergonomic analysis, risk management
    • Workers' Compensation
    • Legal/regulatory and issues in safety, health, environment and security

     
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  • 007 OHST Exam Prep Workship (OHST)
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    February 06, 2018 - February 08, 2018
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    08:00 AM - 05:00 PM
    3700 W. Flamingo Road
    Las Vegas
    NV, 89103

    The primary goal of this workshop is to help professionals pass the OHST Exam.

    Topics include:
    •  Overview of the OHST blueprint
    •  Study methods and exam strategies
    •  OHST Math problems
    •  Assessing Safety, Health, Environmental and Security Risk
    •  Hazard Control and Loss Prevention
    •  Verification and Continuous Improvement

     
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  • 112 Safety Management I (SAFMGT1)
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    February 04, 2018 - February 06, 2018
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    08:00 AM - 05:00 PM
    3700 W. Flamingo Road
    Las Vegas
    NV, 89103
    Through examples, case studies and other resources, this course 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
     
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  • 305 ISO 45001 Certificate Program- Section 2 (ISO45001CERTPROG_2)
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    February 06, 2018 - February 08, 2018
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    08:00 AM - 05:00 PM
    3700 W. Flamingo Road
    Las Vegas
    NV, 89103
    The ISO 45001 blended learning course provides participants with the knowledge and confidence to successfully implement the standard. This Occupational Health and Safety Management System (OHSMS) can become an integral part of their organization’s overall business operations and objectives. Enterprises that adopt the standard as part of their business practices, goals and objectives will be able to better protect their workers, brand reputation, supply chain and future growth on a global level.
    Learn to:
    • Navigate the ISO 45001 standard document
    • Tell business leaders a compelling story on the importance of adopting the standard
    • Create an actionable plan for adoption of the standard
    • Assess the performance of your OHSMS, in relation to the ISO 45001 standard, and continuously improve your process
     
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  • 401 Fall Protection Certificate Workshop (FALLPROTCERT)
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    February 06, 2018 - February 08, 2018
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    08:00 AM - 05:00 PM
    3700 W. Flamingo Road
    Las Vegas
    NV, 89103
    The Fall Protection Workshop is the required course for ASSE’s Managed Fall Protection Certificate Program. The workshop is based on the responsibilities of the Fall Protection Program Administrator as defined in ANSI Z359.2.
    Learn to:
    • Establish guidelines and requirements for a managed fall protection program.
    • Eliminate or establish controls for fall hazards.
    • Develop a fall protection system use and rescue procedure.
    • Demonstrate the tasks necessary to manage an incident investigation.
    • Evaluate the effectiveness of a managed fall protection program.
     
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  • 502 Managing Safety and Health (MSH)
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    February 05, 2018 - February 06, 2018
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    08:00 AM - 05:00 PM
    3700 W. Flamingo Road
    Las Vegas
    NV, 89103
    During this seminar safety professionals will analyze the best practices of global leaders in safety, health and environmental management. From the discussions and examples, they will explore methods to implement, manage and measure a successful global safety, health, and environmental program within their organization. This seminar covers the basic needs of managing safety and health with a global perspective.
    Learn to:
    • Design, implement and manage a leading safety and health process
    • Apply global best practices to identify and reduce safety risks
    • Evaluate the impact of occupational health and environmental risks
    • Integrate safety and health processes into business functions
    • Develop measurement systems to achieve optimal safety and health performance
     
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  • 300 Auditing Safety & Health Management Systems (AUDITSH)
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    February 06, 2018
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    08:00 AM - 05:00 PM
    3700 W. Flamingo Road
    Las Vegas
    NV, 89103

    This seminar will familiarize you with management and quality assurance principles, how to develop a safety and health management system, and present a methodology to audit safety and health management systems. OSHA’s Program Management Guidelines will be used as the template for the seminar presentation, with examples from OHSAS 18000 and ANSI Z10. Techniques on interviewing and scoring employee and supervisor interviews will also be discussed.

    Learn to:
    • Discuss management systems
    • Describe the difference between compliance and management systems audits
    • Differentiate between some of the existing safety management systems (VPP, OHSAS 18000 and Z10)
    • Locate references for safety management system audit criteria
    • Measure and score audits
    • Learn techniques for interviewing and scoring employee and supervisor perceptions and organizational culture

    * Prerequisites
    Students should either have auditing experience, and their company should have some type of established auditing program, not necessarily a health and safety management auditing system. A basic understanding of management principles or quality programs (e.g., VPP,TQM or ISO 9000/14000) will be helpful.

     

     
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  • 201 Managing Risk, Not Safety (MNGRISKNOTSFTY)
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    February 06, 2018
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    08:00 AM - 05:00 PM
    3700 W. Flamingo Road
    Las Vegas
    NV, 89103
    This course addresses the modern concept of taking a risk managed approach versus a traditional regulatory
    management approach. The course starts with identifying how the role of the safety professional depends on how they are viewed in the organization, the metrics that are currently used to measure success and what metrics should be used when applying risk to the formula. The course also addresses how the new systems management approach fits into an organization. Including how to market the approach to management based on an altered look at what metrics are applied. The course also explores the expanded world of risk that safety professionals should engage such as insurance and security. The course is designed to bring the modern safety professional into the 21st century in terms of how to manage the risk in their organization.
    Learn to:
    • Understand your role as a manager of risk in an organization.
    • Understand the new metrics that should apply when dealing with management of an organization
    • Understanding the expanded view of what constitutes risk and loss to an organization
    • Understanding how managing risk blends in with the new systems management approach
    • Understanding the need for better planning and development of business plans in an organization
     
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  • 206 Risk Communication: A Journey from Hazards Identification to Enterprise Risk Management (ERM) (RISKCOM)
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    February 06, 2018 - February 07, 2018
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    08:00 AM - 05:00 PM
    3700 W. Flamingo Road
    Las Vegas
    NV, 89103
    This course gives participants the foundation to become familiar with SH&E hazards identification, risk assessment, risk management, and ERM tools.  Participants will learn to use SH&E Hazards to ERM model to develop safety and health management system. The model is based on the new ISO 31000 risk management and ISO 45001 standards. Risk management in practice and ERM principles are also included in the course materials.
    This methodology will be illustrated by detailed case studies which used the SH&E hazard identification and risk management tools to select the best solution for safety interventions. Additionally, the participants will learn how to incorporate PtD tools in the development of a business case for SH&E intervention. Terminology used by safety professionals, engineers and business managers and models used by risk managers come together in a model and structure developed by SH&E professionals for SH&E professionals.
    Learn to:
    • Become familiar with appropriate terminology and various hazard identification, risk assessment, risk management and ERM tools.
    • Utilize risk management tools for existing operations and process improvements
    • Identify operational value factors used to support business decisions.
    • Evaluate SH&E project improvements and opportunities to incorporate safety into the business decision making process.
    • Evaluate risk prioritization concepts and identify risk reduction opportunities to effectively manage risk.
    • Align health and safety interventions with business goals and objectives for effective integration into ERM.
     
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  • 208 Training a Risk Assessment Team (TRAINRAT)
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    February 06, 2018
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    08:00 AM - 05:00 PM
    3700 W. Flamingo Road
    Las Vegas
    NV, 89103
    This one-day seminar is intended to help OSH professionals tasked with leading a risk management process in their organizations develop and deliver a training program for their risk assessment teams, both for internal and external team members. Attendees will focus on identifying relevant stakeholders for the process, determining customized training content for their organization, understand typical barriers to initiating the risk assessment process following trainings and determining ongoing risk assessment team training needs.
    Learn to:
    • Attendees will be able to describe the Risk Management framework of ANZI Z690 along with the critical role risk assessment teams play in the success of the process.
    • Attendees will be able to describe the key stakeholders critical to the success of the risk assessment approach in their organization which will include internal and external stakeholders.
    • Attendees will develop a customized training curriculum with matrix for their organization's risk assessment team(s).
    • Attendees will be able to identify four typical barriers that develop in risk assessment teams when the initial risk assessments are performed and describe methods to address those including interventions during risk assessment, retraining or individual coaching.
     
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  • Implementing a Safety & Health Management System - Las Vegas, NV
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    February 07, 2018
     
  • Influential Leadership Skills - Las Vegas, NV
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    February 07, 2018 - February 08, 2018
     
  • Fall Protection Certificate Workshop - Las Vegas, NV
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    February 06, 2018 - February 08, 2018
     
  • CHST Workshop - Las Vegas, NV
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    February 06, 2018 - February 08, 2018
     
  • CSP Exam Prep Course - Las Vegas, NV
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    February 06, 2018 - February 08, 2018
     
  • Safety Management lI - Las Vegas, NV
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    February 07, 2018 - February 08, 2018
     
  • SMS Exam Prep Course - Las Vegas, NV
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    February 06, 2018 - February 08, 2018
     
  • ISO 45001 Certificate Workshop - Las Vegas, NV
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    February 06, 2018 - February 08, 2018
     
  • OHST Workshop - Las Vegas, NV
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    February 06, 2018 - February 08, 2018
     
  • 702 Instructional Design Principles for Adult Learning (INSTRUCDESIGN)
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    February 06, 2018 - February 07, 2018
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    08:00 AM - 05:00 PM
    3700 W. Flamingo Road
    Las Vegas
    NV, 89103

    Instructional Design Principles for Adult Learning is a two-day program designed to assist organizations charged with training adults online or in the classroom. The program covers critical principles of adult learning and how to apply them in different 21st century training environments. Often developers of online education get the use of technology right but the adult education methodology wrong.

    Learn to:
    • Define, and recognize how and why adults learn
    • Discover methods for enhancing adult motivation to learn
    • Define, recognize and apply critical learning strategies to adult education in online and classroom environments
    • Distinguish between, and apply learning styles and personality typing in education and training

     
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  • 800 Altering Habits to Improve Safety and Total Organizational Performance (ALTERINGHABITS)
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    February 07, 2018
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    08:00 AM - 05:00 PM
    3700 W. Flamingo Road
    Las Vegas
    NV, 89103

    The tremendous power and role of habit in our lives and our organizations has become a subject of much research and commentary. In this seminar, you will learn the latest principles explaining how habits are formed and how they can be altered or replaced to improve individual and organizational performance. You will review using techniques for making modifications to habitual behavior and examining these principles in the context of using safety as a gateway to improving overall organizational performance and profitability.

    Learn to:
    • Recognize the impact of habits in the lives of individuals and organizations
    • Apply knowledge of the habit cycle to safety scenarios in the workplace
    • Create a framework for development of safety habits
    • Identify and transform destructive habits to positive ones
    • Create links between organizational goals and keystone habits

     
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  • 613 Strategic Thinking for Excellence in Safety (STRATEGICTHKNG)
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    February 07, 2018
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    08:00 AM - 05:00 PM
    3700 W. Flamingo Road
    Las Vegas
    NV, 89103
    Strategic thinking is one of the most important characteristics of a leader. Organizations and business leaders are
    emphasizing the importance of strategic thinking as one of the top five desired skills for corporate leaders. This
    seminar will guide you in achieving greater consciousness to your thinking which sets the stage for being a more
    proactive, creative, and successful leader in your organization.
    Learn to:
    • Enhance organizational productivity and performance
    • Use creative thinking techniques to increase your ability to approach challenges and opportunities in new ways
    • Identify barriers to effective decision making
    • Learn how to elevate decision making from tactical to strategic
     
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  • 701 How to Become a Safety Training Ninja (SFTYNINJAS)
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    February 07, 2018
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    08:00 AM - 05:00 PM
    3700 W. Flamingo Road
    Las Vegas
    NV, 89103

    Dang, it is hard to be a top notch safety pro and still find time to deliver great training. Tired of compliance based lectures, and begging people to come and pay attention? Well stop working so hard and work smarter, be a Safety Training Ninja© who uses the tools like a master and slices through training challenges.

    Learn to:
    • Implement the different tools provided to make training easier and more exciting
    • Develop learning objectives that not only meet your company's safety needs but that you can actually prove you achieved
    • Design and develop effective safety training that your audience wants to attend
    • Begin make compliance training actually interesting

     
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  • 910 Scaffold Hazard Management (SCAFFOLD)
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    February 07, 2018
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    08:00 AM - 05:00 PM
    3700 W. Flamingo Road
    Las Vegas
    NV, 89103
    Provides an overview to types of scaffolds and the management of applicable hazards.
    Learn to:
    • Identify the applicable OSHA regulations and ANSI standards for various types of scaffolds.
    • List various types of scaffolds.
    • Identify the roles and responsibilities of personnel involved with scaffolds.
    • Discuss the assembly, inspection and disassembly procedures of scaffolds.
    • Develop a scaffold management program.
     
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  • 002 CET Exam Prep Workshop (CET)
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    February 06, 2018 - February 07, 2018
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    08:00 AM - 05:00 PM
    3700 W. Flamingo Road
    Las Vegas
    NV, 89103

    The Certified Environmental, Safety and Health Trainer (CET) is a certification held by those with experience and expertise in developing, designing, and delivering safety, health and environmental training. This workshop is designed for OSH trainers to prepare for the CET certification.

    The CET examination preparation workshop is based on minimum competencies outlined in two national standards: the ANSI/ASSE American National Standard Z490.1, Criteria for Accepted Practices in Safety, Health and Environmental Training, and the International Board for Standards for Training, Performance and Instruction (IBSTPI) Instructor, Instructional Design, and Training Manager Competencies.

    Learn to:
    • Demonstrate effective communication and interpersonal skills
    • Assess training needs
    • Design and develop training courses
    • Design student performance evaluation instruments
    • Develop administrative and management plans for individual courses
    • Implement training
    • Conduct program evaluations of training and apply results

     
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  • 904 Electrical Safety II: NFPA 70E (2018 Edition) (ELECSFTYII)
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    February 07, 2018
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    08:00 AM - 05:00 PM
    3700 W. Flamingo Road
    Las Vegas
    NV, 89103

    This course builds upon Electrical Safety I: Basic Principles & Engineering Controls. It covers principles needed to protect the worker during energized work from shock and arc flash hazards through personnel protection. A chronological sequence will also be provided for implementing an electrical hazard control and program management through hands-on and team exercises. Also covered are updated requirements and interpretation of the 2018 Edition of NFPA 70E Standard for Electrical Safety in the Workplace.  A copy of NFPA 70E (Standard for Electrical Safety in the Workplace) 2018 edition will be provided. It is recommended you have a fundamental knowledge of electrical hazards and/or have taken Electrical Safety I, prior to taking this course.

    Learning Outcomes Upon completion, participants will be able to:
    • Describe personnel protection/management requirements and practices for energized work.
    • Apply safety-related work practices for energized systems.
    • Implement training requirements for qualified persons.
    • Establish an electrical safety program.
    • Apply skills learned through hands-on laboratory sessions/team exercises.

     
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  • 905 Employment Law for Safety Professionals (EMPLOYMENTLAW)
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    February 07, 2018
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    08:00 AM - 05:00 PM
    3700 W. Flamingo Road
    Las Vegas
    NV, 89103

    This workshop will explore and focus on the key employment law issues that impact today's safety professional.
    Participants will learn how to spot and manage risks associated with employee rights under the OSH Act, the ADA, workers' compensation (retaliation and bad faith), FMLA, GINA, ADEA, and various torts related to managing safety and security. The workshop will also provide safety professionals strategic guidance on issues such as attorney-client privilege and interacting with internal and external legal counsel. This session will be interactive, and participants will learn by engaging in thought-provoking hypotheticals and case studies. The instructor is not only lawyer, but also a CSP and professor of safety. More importantly, he spent over 16 years as a safety practitioner. Accordingly, the workshop is geared to focus on the employment law issues most relevant to safety professionals.

    Learn to:
    • Critically examine safety-related employment practices (i.e., employee physicals, managing workers' comp claims, and conducting investigations) and identify associated legal risks and exposures.
    • Strategically prescribe proactive measures to minimize liabilities.
    • More effectively communicate with internal and external legal counsel when safety-related, employment law issues and disputes arise.

     
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  • 106 Influential Leadership Skills (INFLUELDRSKILL)
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    February 07, 2018 - February 08, 2018
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    08:00 AM - 05:00 PM
    3700 W. Flamingo Road
    Las Vegas
    NV, 89103
    The safety professional’s role has evolved into providing leadership to influence executive management by delivering guidance and direction in safety management matters.  The course will provide both the executive level experienced safety professional, and the aspiring safety professional, with the principles of leadership, strategic thinking and planning, influencing executive, middle and line management.  Participants will examine expected ethical behavior and develop selection methods for the best management model for their organization to improve their organization’s safety performance.
    Learn to:
    • Strengths and weaknesses of OHSMS
    • Long-term safety performance success
    • Communicating the value of safety to the organization
    • Principles of leadership
    • Leadership vision and strategic thinking
    • Line management influence
    • Ethical decision making
     
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  • 102 Analytics for Safety: A New Approach to Performance Measurement (ANALYTICSFORSFTY)
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    February 07, 2018
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    08:00 AM - 05:00 PM
    3700 W. Flamingo Road
    Las Vegas
    NV, 89103
    Data analysis has been used for years to drive improved performance for businesses; however the quality of data now being accumulated and the speed in which it is being reported is allowing for businesses to gain valuable insights to improve their company's performance. This seminar will explore what data points can drive success from a health and safety perspective and how it can lead to continuous improvement in critical areas such as workplace accidents and injuries, absenteeism and productivity.
    Learn to:
    • Determine how leading indicators can be used to drive improved outcomes
    • Analyze key success factors to drive system and process change
    • Review how analytics is being deployed today to improve safety performance
    • Implement different learning tools to support engagement and implementation
     
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  • 114 Hazard Recognition for the Field Employee (TECHHAZREC)
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    February 07, 2018
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    08:00 AM - 05:00 PM
    3700 W. Flamingo Road
    Las Vegas
    NV, 89103

    Employees in the field need effective hazard recognition tools to use before the job or task is started to identify both conditions and practices that are beyond acceptable risk.  In the multi-layered approach to hazard recognition, the first layer is to plan jobs and tasks with tools such as work permits and pre job task analysis.  The second layer includes formal hazard assessments such as job safety analysis, safety huddles, and walk arounds.  The third layer includes final safety checks such as looking for differences, looking for out-of-plain-view hazards, and inspecting the tools and equipment that will be used.  Attendees will practice these techniques through exercises.

    Learn to:
    • Develop effective techniques for each of the 3 separate layers of hazard recognition: planning, formal assessments, final safety checks.
    • Improve the ability of field employees to identify both unsafe conditions and potential unsafe actions before the task or job starts.
    • Teach employees up to 80 different clues that indicate a higher accident potential.

     
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  • 113 Safety Management II (SAFMGT2)
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    February 07, 2018 - February 08, 2018
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    08:00 AM - 05:00 PM
    3700 W. Flamingo Road
    Las Vegas
    NV, 89103

    Review case studies to learn measurement techniques with recommendations for implementation. Take this seminar as a continuation of Safety Management l or for strengthening an existing safety management system.
    Learn to:
    • Conduct an effective safety audit
    • Analyze the ethics of safety-related matters
    • Fulfill the expanded safety role and the expectation of your organization
    • Implement strategic safety efforts that will impact the system
    • Reinforce safety behavior in your organization

    *Bring a copy of your current safety policy and rules.

     
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  • 005 CSP Exam Prep Workshop (CSP)
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    February 06, 2018 - February 08, 2018
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    08:00 AM - 05:00 PM
    3700 W. Flamingo Road
    Las Vegas
    NV, 89103

    This workshop is designed to prepare individuals for the Certified Safety Professional Examination leading to certification as a CSP. The workshop consists of lectures, sample problems, and discussions on a variety of subjects essential to prepare the student for the exam.

    Learn:
    • Concepts of probability, statistics and basic sciences
    • Engineering: safety and environmental, occupational health, fire protection
    • Applied management principles, ergonomic analysis, risk management
    • Workers' Compensation
    • Legal/regulatory and issues in safety, health, environment and security

     
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  • 004 CHST Exam Prep Workshop (CHST)
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    February 06, 2018 - February 08, 2018
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    08:00 AM - 05:00 PM
    3700 W. Flamingo Road
    Las Vegas
    NV, 89103

    This seminar provides participants with a detailed review of material included on the Blueprint for the CHST Examination.  Participants will complete a 200-question sample quiz as part of the workshop and will be provided additional quizzes to be reviewed when they return home.

    Topics Include:
    • Safety program management and administration
    • An overview of safety management systems including ISO and ANSI standards
    • Hazard Recognition, Evaluation and Control techniques
    • Managing regulatory inspections
    • Training and orientation means and methods
    • Hazard communication including GHS
    • Jobsite inspections and audits
    • Job hazard analysis/pre-job planning
    • Incident investigation
    • Recordkeeping requirements

     
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  • 010 SMS Exam Prep Course- Section 2 (SMS_2)
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    February 06, 2018 - February 08, 2018
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    08:00 AM - 05:00 PM
    3700 W. Flamingo Road
    Las Vegas
    NV, 89103
    The Safety Management Specialist (SMS) certification is intended for dedicated safety practitioners with ten years of experience in occupational safety or health, with or without a college degree. This 3-day course will prepare candidates for the SMS certification exam. It will cover the five exam domains and enforce concepts through lecture, activities, and practices questions.
    Learn to:
    • Examine comprehension of the SMS domain areas and form the foundation of knowledge and skills required for SMS certification
    • Practice valuable success strategies for passing the SMS exam
    • Recognize EOHS management system concepts
    • Identify risk management concepts
    • Address physical, chemical, ergonomics, and workplace safety issues to recognize and control those stressors.
    • Apply incident investigation and emergency preparedness concepts to calculate incident and injury rates.
    • Effectively communicate business impact of safety issues to upper management
     
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  • 007 OHST Exam Prep Workship (OHST)
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    February 06, 2018 - February 08, 2018
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    08:00 AM - 05:00 PM
    3700 W. Flamingo Road
    Las Vegas
    NV, 89103

    The primary goal of this workshop is to help professionals pass the OHST Exam.

    Topics include:
    •  Overview of the OHST blueprint
    •  Study methods and exam strategies
    •  OHST Math problems
    •  Assessing Safety, Health, Environmental and Security Risk
    •  Hazard Control and Loss Prevention
    •  Verification and Continuous Improvement

     
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  • 401 Fall Protection Certificate Workshop (FALLPROTCERT)
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    February 06, 2018 - February 08, 2018
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    08:00 AM - 05:00 PM
    3700 W. Flamingo Road
    Las Vegas
    NV, 89103
    The Fall Protection Workshop is the required course for ASSE’s Managed Fall Protection Certificate Program. The workshop is based on the responsibilities of the Fall Protection Program Administrator as defined in ANSI Z359.2.
    Learn to:
    • Establish guidelines and requirements for a managed fall protection program.
    • Eliminate or establish controls for fall hazards.
    • Develop a fall protection system use and rescue procedure.
    • Demonstrate the tasks necessary to manage an incident investigation.
    • Evaluate the effectiveness of a managed fall protection program.
     
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  • 306 Systems Thinking: Avoid Creating Tomorrow's Problems with Today's Solutions (SYSTEMTHINK)
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    February 07, 2018
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    08:00 AM - 05:00 PM
    3700 W. Flamingo Road
    Las Vegas
    NV, 89103

    Without systems thinking inspections and audits can reduce our understanding of risk. Accident investigations can decrease our recognition of factors that lead to injuries and illness. Well-intentioned efforts to improve individual parts of the system, such as inspections, investigations and measurement, taken separately usually fall short of expectations and often result in unintended consequences that create new problems. In this seminar, you will learn systems thinking on the interdependence of system parts to enhance your ability to identify points of high leverage.

    Learn to
    · Identify your organization's assumptions and mental models that significantly impact Its health and safety efforts
    · Recognize the interdependence of system parts of health and safety systems
    · Plan actions for improvement that focus on the whole system
    · Develop strategies to build systems thinking and apply those practices to your management system

     
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  • 609 Negotiation Skills for Safety Professionals (NEGOTIATIONSKILLS)
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    February 07, 2018
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    08:00 AM - 05:00 PM
    3700 W. Flamingo Road
    Las Vegas
    NV, 89103

    Using materials developed by the internationally respected Harvard Business School Program on Negotiation (PON) and Kilmann Diagnostics, you will learn about your conflict style; discover how to separate people from the problem; turn differences into mutual gain; and find opportunities for compromise in a difficult situation. You will take away insight into the negotiation and conflict style that best fits with your leadership role.

    The session is highly interactive using negotiation simulations from PON that participants will use to explore the key concepts of mutual gains negotiation and explore their negotiation style. Participants will also complete the Thomas-Kilmann Conflict Inventory Mode to learn more about their preferred conflict styles, and to enhance their skills.

    Learn to:
    • Achieve better negotiated outcomes to reach consensus and reduce conflict
    • Influence senior management and your workforce with more skillful long-term decision making
    • Leverage your existing conflict resolution strengths and weaknesses
    • Enhance your leadership skills through application of the negotiation process

     
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  • 500 Implementing a Safety & Health Management System (IMPLMNTINGHSESYSTEM)
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    February 07, 2018
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    08:00 AM - 05:00 PM
    3700 W. Flamingo Road
    Las Vegas
    NV, 89103
    In this seminar participants will examine different safety management systems to identify the most appropriate system for their organization. Particular emphasis will be placed on those systems that are applicable to global organizations.
    Learn to:
    • Analyze systems applicable to OSH
    • Select the most appropriate system for an organization’s needs
    • Implement a safety management system
     
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  • 202 Prevention Through Design (PTDWORKSHOP)
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    February 07, 2018 - February 08, 2018
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    08:00 AM - 05:00 PM
    3700 W. Flamingo Road
    Las Vegas
    NV, 89103
    This course addresses the concept of prevention through design. The course is designed around the Z590.3
    standard. The course covers why we used PtD, the content of the standard, various design approaches and how to present a PtD system to management. The course uses a mix of design exercises built around real life accidents and examples of real life situations that cover not just employee injuries but also property damage and the effects this can have on an organization.
    Learn to:
    • Understand the principles and rationale behind the PtD concept
    • Understand your role on a design team
    • Learn design approaches that can be used in PtD
     
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  • 200 Bowtie Risk Assessment (BOWTIE)
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    February 07, 2018
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    08:00 AM - 05:00 PM
    3700 W. Flamingo Road
    Las Vegas
    NV, 89103
    ISO 31010, Risk Assessment Techniques, lists Bowtie analysis as a simple diagrammatic way of describing and
    analyzing the pathways of a risk from hazards to outcomes and reviewing controls it can be considered a combination of the logic of a fault tree analyzing the cause of an event, and an event tree analyzing the consequences. With the ever-increasing use of risk assessment and the myriad of methods and techniques, Bowtie analysis is medium in complexity. Bowtie identifies both the activities that keep a control working and who is responsible for a Control. The Bowtie can also be used effectively to assure that hazards are managed to an acceptable level (ALARP). For organizations looking for a bit more rigor in their risk assessment process, a process where you can link causal relationships in high risk scenarios, then Bow-Tie may be for you.
    Learn to:
    • Describe Bowtie Risk Assessment Methodology
    • Determine Control Strategies for Prevention and Recovery (when controls do not work)
    • Integrate hierarchy of controls to semi-quantitatively verify risk reductions
     
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  • 305 ISO 45001 Certificate Program- Section 2 (ISO45001CERTPROG_2)
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    February 06, 2018 - February 08, 2018
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    08:00 AM - 05:00 PM
    3700 W. Flamingo Road
    Las Vegas
    NV, 89103
    The ISO 45001 blended learning course provides participants with the knowledge and confidence to successfully implement the standard. This Occupational Health and Safety Management System (OHSMS) can become an integral part of their organization’s overall business operations and objectives. Enterprises that adopt the standard as part of their business practices, goals and objectives will be able to better protect their workers, brand reputation, supply chain and future growth on a global level.
    Learn to:
    • Navigate the ISO 45001 standard document
    • Tell business leaders a compelling story on the importance of adopting the standard
    • Create an actionable plan for adoption of the standard
    • Assess the performance of your OHSMS, in relation to the ISO 45001 standard, and continuously improve your process
     
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  • 206 Risk Communication: A Journey from Hazards Identification to Enterprise Risk Management (ERM) (RISKCOM)
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    February 06, 2018 - February 07, 2018
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    08:00 AM - 05:00 PM
    3700 W. Flamingo Road
    Las Vegas
    NV, 89103
    This course gives participants the foundation to become familiar with SH&E hazards identification, risk assessment, risk management, and ERM tools.  Participants will learn to use SH&E Hazards to ERM model to develop safety and health management system. The model is based on the new ISO 31000 risk management and ISO 45001 standards. Risk management in practice and ERM principles are also included in the course materials.
    This methodology will be illustrated by detailed case studies which used the SH&E hazard identification and risk management tools to select the best solution for safety interventions. Additionally, the participants will learn how to incorporate PtD tools in the development of a business case for SH&E intervention. Terminology used by safety professionals, engineers and business managers and models used by risk managers come together in a model and structure developed by SH&E professionals for SH&E professionals.
    Learn to:
    • Become familiar with appropriate terminology and various hazard identification, risk assessment, risk management and ERM tools.
    • Utilize risk management tools for existing operations and process improvements
    • Identify operational value factors used to support business decisions.
    • Evaluate SH&E project improvements and opportunities to incorporate safety into the business decision making process.
    • Evaluate risk prioritization concepts and identify risk reduction opportunities to effectively manage risk.
    • Align health and safety interventions with business goals and objectives for effective integration into ERM.
     
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  • Fall Protection Certificate Workshop - Las Vegas, NV
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    February 06, 2018 - February 08, 2018
     
  • Influential Leadership Skills - Las Vegas, NV
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    February 07, 2018 - February 08, 2018
     
  • CHST Workshop - Las Vegas, NV
    Event's details
    February 06, 2018 - February 08, 2018
     
  • CSP Exam Prep Course - Las Vegas, NV
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    February 06, 2018 - February 08, 2018
     
  • International Standards and Legal Requirements for Safety Management - Las Vegas, NV
    Event's details
    February 08, 2018
     
  • Safety Management lI - Las Vegas, NV
    Event's details
    February 07, 2018 - February 08, 2018
     
  • SMS Exam Prep Course - Las Vegas, NV
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    February 06, 2018 - February 08, 2018
     
  • ISO 45001 Certificate Workshop - Las Vegas, NV
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    February 06, 2018 - February 08, 2018
     
  • OHST Workshop - Las Vegas, NV
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    February 06, 2018 - February 08, 2018
     
  • 501 International Standards & Legal Requirements for Safety Management (ISLRSM)
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    February 08, 2018
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    07:00 AM - 05:00 PM
    3700 W. Flamingo Road
    Las Vegas
    NV, 89103
    This seminar will enable the safety professional to identify the regulations, standards and legislation that pertains to OSH in their country. The participants will be working with case studies to analyze the impact of the legal requirements in various regions of the world.• Recognize roles of statutes, regulations and industry standards
    Learn to:
    • Identify and follow international legal requirements
    • Identify international laws for OSH management
    • Navigate legal requirements to mitigate risk
     
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  • 107 JHA Workshop (JHA)
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    February 08, 2018
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    08:00 AM - 05:00 PM
    3700 W. Flamingo Road
    Las Vegas
    NV, 89103

    An effective JHA requires much more than observation to determine the risks of the job. In this workshop, you will learn the best practices for task analysis, documentation and benchmarking to appropriate standards. You will participate in practice episodes for conducting pre-task research, interviewing techniques, photo/video/edocumentation, technical analysis, and concluding whether or not the work is "safe" and evaluating potential solutions.

    Learn to:
    • Break down a task into its component steps • Identify hazards and risks for each component of the job
    • Determine precautions to address the job's hazards and risks
    • Successfully apply NIOSH's Recommended Weight Limits
    • Incorporate JHAs into safety management systems

     
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  • 106 Influential Leadership Skills (INFLUELDRSKILL)
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    February 07, 2018 - February 08, 2018
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    08:00 AM - 05:00 PM
    3700 W. Flamingo Road
    Las Vegas
    NV, 89103
    The safety professional’s role has evolved into providing leadership to influence executive management by delivering guidance and direction in safety management matters.  The course will provide both the executive level experienced safety professional, and the aspiring safety professional, with the principles of leadership, strategic thinking and planning, influencing executive, middle and line management.  Participants will examine expected ethical behavior and develop selection methods for the best management model for their organization to improve their organization’s safety performance.
    Learn to:
    • Strengths and weaknesses of OHSMS
    • Long-term safety performance success
    • Communicating the value of safety to the organization
    • Principles of leadership
    • Leadership vision and strategic thinking
    • Line management influence
    • Ethical decision making
     
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  • 202 Prevention Through Design (PTDWORKSHOP)
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    February 07, 2018 - February 08, 2018
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    08:00 AM - 05:00 PM
    3700 W. Flamingo Road
    Las Vegas
    NV, 89103
    This course addresses the concept of prevention through design. The course is designed around the Z590.3
    standard. The course covers why we used PtD, the content of the standard, various design approaches and how to present a PtD system to management. The course uses a mix of design exercises built around real life accidents and examples of real life situations that cover not just employee injuries but also property damage and the effects this can have on an organization.
    Learn to:
    • Understand the principles and rationale behind the PtD concept
    • Understand your role on a design team
    • Learn design approaches that can be used in PtD
     
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  • 113 Safety Management II (SAFMGT2)
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    February 07, 2018 - February 08, 2018
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    08:00 AM - 05:00 PM
    3700 W. Flamingo Road
    Las Vegas
    NV, 89103

    Review case studies to learn measurement techniques with recommendations for implementation. Take this seminar as a continuation of Safety Management l or for strengthening an existing safety management system.
    Learn to:
    • Conduct an effective safety audit
    • Analyze the ethics of safety-related matters
    • Fulfill the expanded safety role and the expectation of your organization
    • Implement strategic safety efforts that will impact the system
    • Reinforce safety behavior in your organization

    *Bring a copy of your current safety policy and rules.

     
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  • 103 Lean Six Sigma Tools for Safety Professionals (LEANSIX)
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    February 08, 2018
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    08:00 AM - 05:00 PM
    3700 W. Flamingo Road
    Las Vegas
    NV, 89103

    This course gives participants the foundation to become familiar with LSS tools for proposed or existing SH&E programs and projects.  Participants will learn to use LSS tools as the framework to develop safety and health management programs. This methodology will be illustrated by detailed case studies which used the LSS tools to select the best solution among alternative solutions with similar risks to the worker, to justify continuing existing SH&E projects and programs. Additionally, the participants will learn how to incorporate LSS tools in the development of a business case for SH&E intervention. Terminology used by engineers and business managers and models used by risk managers come together in a framework and structure developed by SH&E professionals for SH&E professionals.

    Learn to:
    • Become familiar with appropriate terminology and various Lean Six Sigma (LSS) tools so as to be able to implement SH&E improvement programs.
    • Utilize LSS tools for existing operations and process improvements
    • Effectively implement LSS techniques, evaluate risk prioritization concepts and develop risk reduction case studies.
    • Utilize operational excellence (6-Sigma) methodology
    • Identify operational value factors used to support business decisions.
    • Align health and safety interventions with business goals and objectives.
    • Use an applications program supporting LSS SH&E analysis.

     
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  • 005 CSP Exam Prep Workshop (CSP)
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    February 06, 2018 - February 08, 2018
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    08:00 AM - 05:00 PM
    3700 W. Flamingo Road
    Las Vegas
    NV, 89103

    This workshop is designed to prepare individuals for the Certified Safety Professional Examination leading to certification as a CSP. The workshop consists of lectures, sample problems, and discussions on a variety of subjects essential to prepare the student for the exam.

    Learn:
    • Concepts of probability, statistics and basic sciences
    • Engineering: safety and environmental, occupational health, fire protection
    • Applied management principles, ergonomic analysis, risk management
    • Workers' Compensation
    • Legal/regulatory and issues in safety, health, environment and security

     
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  • 004 CHST Exam Prep Workshop (CHST)
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    February 06, 2018 - February 08, 2018
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    08:00 AM - 05:00 PM
    3700 W. Flamingo Road
    Las Vegas
    NV, 89103

    This seminar provides participants with a detailed review of material included on the Blueprint for the CHST Examination.  Participants will complete a 200-question sample quiz as part of the workshop and will be provided additional quizzes to be reviewed when they return home.

    Topics Include:
    • Safety program management and administration
    • An overview of safety management systems including ISO and ANSI standards
    • Hazard Recognition, Evaluation and Control techniques
    • Managing regulatory inspections
    • Training and orientation means and methods
    • Hazard communication including GHS
    • Jobsite inspections and audits
    • Job hazard analysis/pre-job planning
    • Incident investigation
    • Recordkeeping requirements

     
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  • 010 SMS Exam Prep Course- Section 2 (SMS_2)
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    February 06, 2018 - February 08, 2018
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    08:00 AM - 05:00 PM
    3700 W. Flamingo Road
    Las Vegas
    NV, 89103
    The Safety Management Specialist (SMS) certification is intended for dedicated safety practitioners with ten years of experience in occupational safety or health, with or without a college degree. This 3-day course will prepare candidates for the SMS certification exam. It will cover the five exam domains and enforce concepts through lecture, activities, and practices questions.
    Learn to:
    • Examine comprehension of the SMS domain areas and form the foundation of knowledge and skills required for SMS certification
    • Practice valuable success strategies for passing the SMS exam
    • Recognize EOHS management system concepts
    • Identify risk management concepts
    • Address physical, chemical, ergonomics, and workplace safety issues to recognize and control those stressors.
    • Apply incident investigation and emergency preparedness concepts to calculate incident and injury rates.
    • Effectively communicate business impact of safety issues to upper management
     
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  • 007 OHST Exam Prep Workship (OHST)
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    February 06, 2018 - February 08, 2018
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    08:00 AM - 05:00 PM
    3700 W. Flamingo Road
    Las Vegas
    NV, 89103

    The primary goal of this workshop is to help professionals pass the OHST Exam.

    Topics include:
    •  Overview of the OHST blueprint
    •  Study methods and exam strategies
    •  OHST Math problems
    •  Assessing Safety, Health, Environmental and Security Risk
    •  Hazard Control and Loss Prevention
    •  Verification and Continuous Improvement

     
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  • 906 Fall Hazard Awareness (FALLPROTCONS)
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    February 08, 2018
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    08:00 AM - 05:00 PM
    3700 W. Flamingo Road
    Las Vegas
    NV, 89103

    Provides an overview to the applicable regulations and ANSI standards for fall protection in construction. We discuss the elements of a fall protection program and recommended means of preventing and protecting people from fall injuries and death.
    Learn to:
    • Identify OSHA regulations and ANSI standards relative to fall prevention and protection.
    • List elements of a comprehensive fall protection program.
    • Determine best methods of fall prevention and protection for various construction scenarios.


     

     
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  • 305 ISO 45001 Certificate Program- Section 2 (ISO45001CERTPROG_2)
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    February 06, 2018 - February 08, 2018
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    08:00 AM - 05:00 PM
    3700 W. Flamingo Road
    Las Vegas
    NV, 89103
    The ISO 45001 blended learning course provides participants with the knowledge and confidence to successfully implement the standard. This Occupational Health and Safety Management System (OHSMS) can become an integral part of their organization’s overall business operations and objectives. Enterprises that adopt the standard as part of their business practices, goals and objectives will be able to better protect their workers, brand reputation, supply chain and future growth on a global level.
    Learn to:
    • Navigate the ISO 45001 standard document
    • Tell business leaders a compelling story on the importance of adopting the standard
    • Create an actionable plan for adoption of the standard
    • Assess the performance of your OHSMS, in relation to the ISO 45001 standard, and continuously improve your process
     
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  • 401 Fall Protection Certificate Workshop (FALLPROTCERT)
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    February 06, 2018 - February 08, 2018
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    08:00 AM - 05:00 PM
    3700 W. Flamingo Road
    Las Vegas
    NV, 89103
    The Fall Protection Workshop is the required course for ASSE’s Managed Fall Protection Certificate Program. The workshop is based on the responsibilities of the Fall Protection Program Administrator as defined in ANSI Z359.2.
    Learn to:
    • Establish guidelines and requirements for a managed fall protection program.
    • Eliminate or establish controls for fall hazards.
    • Develop a fall protection system use and rescue procedure.
    • Demonstrate the tasks necessary to manage an incident investigation.
    • Evaluate the effectiveness of a managed fall protection program.
     
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  • 207 Targeted Accident Prevention (TRGTACCDPRVN)
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    February 08, 2018
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    08:00 AM - 05:00 PM
    3700 W. Flamingo Road
    Las Vegas
    NV, 89103

    High-performance safety management requires focused and proactive attention to prominent risks in the workplace, beyond mere regulatory and prescriptive approaches. Standards such as OHSAS 18001, ANSI Z10, and ISO 31000/ANSI Z690, as well as injury and illness prevention standards all specify the need for programmed prioritization and correction of identified risks. This seminar will provide you with a flexible model for targeted risk reduction. You will take away an outline for planning and executing highly-focused intervention efforts.

    Learn to:
    • Interpret and prioritize the results of risk identification/assessment
    • Identify applicable metrics to evaluate your assessment results
    • Use risk-based control measure selection and planning
    • Apply management principles to implement, guide, and monitor corrective and preventative measures in your organization

     
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  • 302 Implementing an ANSI Z10 Management System Based on the New View of Safety (IMPLEMANSIZ10)
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    February 08, 2018
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    08:00 AM - 05:00 PM
    3700 W. Flamingo Road
    Las Vegas
    NV, 89103

    Management systems can be a powerful tool for continual improvement in your OSH effectiveness.  Implementing ANSI Z10 based on new view concepts increases communication and alignment by challenging long held assumptions and replacing them with new knowledge of the factors that lead to success.  Improvement is the result of designing system elements that fit together based on the characteristics of the organization.  Safety emerges from the interaction of system elements such as leadership, employee engagement, planning, etc. rather than the quality of each of these taken separately.  You will receive a copy of the  ANSI Z10 standard.

    Learn to:
    • Apply new view concepts – a systems thinking approach to safety and health
    • Recognize employees as a source of safety resilience
    • Implement processes to learn from failures and successes to improve operational and organizational performance
    • Use systems thinking to maximize effectiveness when establishing and implementing a management system
    • Integrate the Z10 standard elements with other systems such as the ISO 14000, ISO 45001, ISO 9001, OSHA VPP or OSHA PSM standard
    • Align this standard with the organization's efforts for sustainable growth and social responsibility

     
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  • 203 Principles of Machine Safeguarding: Risk Assessment & Control (PRINMACHINESAFEGUARD)
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    February 08, 2018
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    08:00 AM - 05:00 PM
    3700 W. Flamingo Road
    Las Vegas
    NV, 89103

    Risk assessment and implementation of engineering control methods are essential to worker safety from machine hazards. In this seminar, you will learn how to perform a machine safeguarding risk assessment using ANSI B11 and implement engineering control methods to achieve acceptable risk.

    Learn to:
    • Identify types of machine hazards to recognize the need for risk assessment
    • Utilize ANSI B11 "hands-on" approach to identify and correct hazards
    • Implement a risk assessment protocol used globally by companies
    • Provide guidance on machine safeguarding control methods under ANSI and OSHA recommendations in order to achieve acceptable risk to employees and machine operators
    • Employ safeguarding methods using guard and device options

     
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  • 706 Working with Multi-Generational Adult Learners (WRKMULTIGEN)
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    February 08, 2018
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    08:00 AM - 05:00 PM
    3700 W. Flamingo Road
    Las Vegas
    NV, 89103

    Learning is continually evolving.  However, so are the learners that attend learning sessions and workshops each year.  Generational learning and differences it the classroom are an emerging issue for many companies and safety professionals.  This seminar focuses on bridging the generational gap between the four generation of learners that can be present in the workplace.  It also provides the learner with strategies and methods that can be applied when working with multi-generational learners. 
    Learn to:
    • Learners will review and discuss the four types of generational learners that currently exist in the workplace/classroom today
    • Learners will be able to explain the most effective strategies and methods for working with a multi-generational learning group
    • Learners will be able to brainstorm and discuss real ways to blend a learning experience with a multi-generational group
    • Learners will be able to customize a course or learning sessions for a generational classroom
    • Learners will be able to provide effective assessment and recommendations for their learner

     
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  • 804 People-Based Safety: The Human Dynamics of Achieving an Injury-Free Workplace (PEOPSAV)
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    February 08, 2018
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    08:00 AM - 05:00 PM
    3700 W. Flamingo Road
    Las Vegas
    NV, 89103

    This workshop will help you understand the dynamics of human nature relevant to increasing the kind of involvement in occupational safety that prevents workplace injuries. You will be able to discuss and implement the psychological principles and strategies applicable to improving the human dynamics of your organization for achieving an injury free workplace.

    Learn to:
    • Utilize principles of people-based psychology, practices and strategies to facilitate a total safety culture
    • Increase empowerment, ownership and involvement in occupational health and safety
    • Help people develop self-accountability for safety
    • Give and receive safety-related feedback
    • Align safety management systems to drive positive culture change
    • Use assessment, decision making and improvement tools

     
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  • 607 From Project Manager to Project Leader (FROMPROJ)
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    February 08, 2018
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    08:00 AM - 05:00 PM
    3700 W. Flamingo Road
    Las Vegas
    NV, 89103

    Driving safety culture in your organization starts with you. As a manager of projects and people, leadership skills are essential, not only to get the job done safely, but to inspire and motivate others to do that same. In this course, you will learn to set up projects and people for success, instill confidence, and get out of the way. Take home simple, practical leadership skills that you can implement immediately with results that will improve you as a manager and provide a lasting and positive influence in your organization.
    Learn to:

    • Advocate for the improvement of soft skills to improve safety and productivity
    • Set up projects and people for success, instill confidence, and get out of the way
    • Examine your current corporate culture and what underlying attitudes affect it
    • Analyze your reward system for signs it might be accidentally demotivating employees
    • Understand the difference between measuring work or progress, and which gets rewarded
    • Set specific, realistic expectations with input from employees
    • Give clear, useful feedback and genuine praise

     
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  • 611 Realizing Your Leadership Potential (LDRSHIPPOTENTIAL)
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    February 08, 2018
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    08:00 AM - 05:00 PM
    3700 W. Flamingo Road
    Las Vegas
    NV, 89103

    Some people are born leaders, but if you are not, leadership can be learned. You can practice and perfect your skills and techniques to achieve better leadership and even train others to lead. Join us for this highly-participative seminar to learn how to improve your leadership skills and ability to influence others.

    Learn to:
    • Define the power structures that exist in your organization and how they impact leadership growth
    • Identify your own opportunities for leadership change and improvement
    • Demonstrate leadership behavior that will add to the success of your safety effort
    • Use strategies that will influence your workforce to achieve safety goals

     
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