Part of the Supervisor Safety, and Advanced Safety Certificate Programs
Is your safety program working? Learn proven evaluation methods for measuring safety program effectiveness. We will provide information on the necessary elements for instruction on conducting effective safety inspections. This program includes inspection case studies of actual work areas to familiarize participants with identifying hazards.
How do you know whether your safety program or intervention is making an impact? The answer is critical to directing injury prevention resources. This course shows you how to conduct systematic, rigorous evaluations of safety programs and interventions. You’ll get the concepts and tools you need to gather scientific evidence and assess the effects of injury prevention initiatives. The program emphasizes evaluation techniques at the planning, implementation and outcome stages of an intervention program.
This program will provide the building blocks to help you conduct a comprehensive facility safety audit. You will also add tools to your toolbox, which will enable you to evaluate your organization’s safety culture.
- Plan and conduct a safety inspection
- Complete inspection reports
- Develop recommendations and follow-up
- Manage an effective inspection program
- Establish pre and post-inspection tasks
- What to inspect and where to gather information
- Recording observations accurately
- Learn to develop and use checklists in continuous and formal inspections
- Handling employee reactions to the inspection process
- Developing inspection reports
- Analyzing data and setting priorities
- Tools to develop and manage an effective inspection program at your facility
Who Should Attend
Those responsible for conducting or supervising safety inspections and those responsible for training industrial safety and/or health inspectors. All levels of management, safety practitioners, safety committee members, and individuals responsible for investigating accidents (incidents). Supervisors, lead personnel, foremen and others who are involved in accident prevention and compliance in business, industry, government, schools and other organizations.
Why You Should Attend
This workshop provides an overview of the safety and health inspection process, then examines specific techniques to improve the process. Participants learn to develop and use checklists in continuous and formal safety inspections.
Paul Lawonn, Partner, North Point Knowledge & Training
Regular Price: $400
Discounted Member: $300
Course materials included.
Continuing Education Units (CEUs)
Attend this course and earn .65 CEUs from the Wisconsin Safety Council.
Registration confirmations will be mailed. Pre-registration is required.
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