National Safety Council Principles of Occupational Safety & Health
Monday, March 12-15
8 am to 4:30 pm
2330 Hampton Avenue
St. Louis, 63139
Certificate with 2.6 CEUs
Earn the Certificate in Principles of Safety by successfully completing the Principles of Occupational Safety and Health course. Participants gain a solid knowledge of safety practices and terminology, the confidence needed to implement a comprehensive safety, and the ability communicate an effective safety program.
This course is a great introduction for anyone with safety responsibilities and an excellent review course for those with more experience.
POSH is as a four-day course or four one-day courses.
A resource CD is now included with more than 75 valuable reference documents, including: Self Inspection Checklist, Job Safety Analysis Form, Causal Factors Checklist, and a variety of OSHA tools and fact sheets.
Instructor: John Martens
With over 34 years or Safety experience: 12 as Corporate Manager of Safety and Health, and Advanced Safety Education Instructor with AT&T. John has over 13 years as a Safety Specialist Interstate Safety and Environment. John is in demand across the midwestern states for his expertise in OSHA courses and National Safety Council courses. It is a pleasure to have him as an Instructor.
Program material is geared toward safety and health managers, coordinators, specialists and other full-time safety practitioners; safety committee members; operations managers; loss control managers; human resource managers; and anyone else with safety and health responsibilities within an organization.. This program addresses practical approaches to recognizing and eliminating or controlling hazards by managing them through a comprehensive method.
Recordkeeping to prevent injuries and illness and meet OSHA requirements
Industrial hygiene and HazCom standards
Communicating safety messages, increasing employee buy-in
Anticipating, recognizing, evaluating, and controlling hazards to determine an acceptable level of risk
Safety teams and safety meetings
Ergonomics, including risk factors and corrective actions
Personal protective equipment (PPE)
Emergency action plans
• POSH Participant Guide
• Accident Prevention Manual: Administration & Programs, 13th Edition, on CD
• Accident Prevention Manual: Engineering & Technology, 13th Edition, on CD
• Injury Facts® CD • Reference Materials CD
*Completion of this course qualifies you to pursue the NSC Advanced Safety Certificate