Bookmark Add to Calendar

Development of a Safety Management Program

Duration : 60 Minutes

Keith Warwick,

Keith Warwick , PE earned a B.S. in Civil Engineering from the University of California at Davis. He became a California Professional Engineer in 1983 and has also held PEs in Indiana, Tennessee, Illinois and New York. He has 34 years of civil, environmental and safety engineering experience. He i Read more

The goal of a safety program should be to create a system to support the identification, evaluation, and prevention or control of hazards that go beyond legal requirements. The system should also train employees to be aware of, and understand safety issues.

Random efforts are not likely to give you the results that you want, but planned and organized activity will bring you success.

You could go to jail if it is proven that someone died at your facility due to willful disregard of safety regulations.  If you do not get sent to prison, you could be fined heavily.  While a large company can absorb a fine of a few thousand dollars or tens of thousands of dollars, a small company cannot pay those types of fines and stay in business. 

Psychology of Engineering:

And how do you explain to someone that their spouse got fired for not following safety regulations and will not be able to support them.  How do you explain to a child that they will never see one of their parents again.  

An effective safety management program shows workers that their managers care about their safety, which increases morale.

What the course will cover:

This class covers development of a safety program, personal protective equipment requirements, and more.  It will describe how to implement safety regulations at your facility. It describes the different types of regulations found in safety regulatory documents.

This class covers ladder safety, scaffold inspection, forklift safety, walkway design, welding safety procedures, personal protective equipment requirements, and more. 

The class will describe general industry safety as well as construction safety regulations. Even after workman’s compensation has been paid it can still cost the company a significant amount of money if a death or serious injury occurs at your facility.

Regulatory background:

The Occupational Safety and Health Act was passed in 1970. It describes procedures for developing a safe and healthful workplace.

What You Get:

• Training Materials

• Live Q&A Session with our Expert

• Participation Certificate

• Access to Signup Community (Optional)

• Reward Points

Who Will Benefit:

• Occupational Safety and Health Administration inspectors

• Occupational Safety and Health Administration engineers

• Environmental inspectors

• Environmental engineers

• City Managers

• Civil Engineers

• Facility Owners

• Superintendents

• Supervisors

• Environmental Officers

• Firefighters

• Police officers

• Paramedics

• Environmental restoration contractors

• Doctors

• Nurses

• Attorneys

• Insurance companies

• Assisted living facilities

• Hospitals

• Politicians

• Media

• Equipment manufacturers

• Training organizations

• Director of public works

• Consulting firms

• Major Engineering and construction companies

• General contractors

• Welders

• Carpenters

• Plumbers

• Electricians

Please reach us at 1-888-844-8963 for any further assistance or if you wish to register

Contact Us

Similar Trainings

OSHA’s Recordkeeping Requirements: Are you in Compliance?
LIVE : Scheduled on 28-March-2023 :01:00 PM EDT
Incident Investigations: What to Investigate and Why
LIVE : Scheduled on 29-March-2023 :01:00 PM EDT
How to Confirm Your OSHA Injury & Illness Program Will Pass an Audit by OSHA
LIVE : Scheduled on 04-April-2023 :01:00 PM EDT
How to Structure and Write an Occupational Safety & Health Manual and Program
LIVE : Scheduled on 05-April-2023 :01:00 PM EDT
Safety and Industrial Hygiene Program/Procedure Development, Review and Implementation
LIVE : Scheduled on 06-April-2023 :01:00 PM EDT
paypal payment Comodo

Copyright ©2023 All rights reserved. | DBA