OSHAC 56 HOURS MANAGER

OVERVIEW:

    Companies hire occupational safety and health managers to design, develop, and deploy effective safety management systems within the organization. Occupational Safety and Health American Council (OSHAC) design this program for corporate and facility safety managers or directors who are responsible for establishing or managing their organization’s safety and health program. Emphasis is placed on gaining the knowledge and skills needed to design, develop, and deploy a world-class safety management system.
INTENDED AUDIENCE:
    OSHAC designed this training for CEOs, managers, supervisors, safety directors, safety consultants, and other leaders within an organization who operate in a general industry setting. Any individual who has a fiscal, legal, and moral responsibility to ensure the health and safety of employees at a worksite should complete this program. This program also benefits individuals seeking to break into the safety industry, as the program provides the most in-depth look on how to effectively manage safety within an organization. This program helps you develop the essential skills you will need for your future job as a safety leader in any organization.

BENEFITS:

INDIVIDUAL BENEFITS:
    If you are currently a safety manager, it’s essential you complete this program. By completing this program, you will be able to:
    • Stay current on OSHA’s regulations.
    • Develop the skills needed to build an effective management system.
    • Understand the safety manager’s role, responsibilities and qualifications needed to be successful.
    • Continue to build on your leadership skills and ability to effect positive change.
BUSSINESS BENEFITS:
    All employees must be trained on how to do their jobs in a safe manner. This is where managers come in. By completing this program, managers will be able to:
    • Develop the skills needed to train and teach regulations.
    • Monitor workers and the environment.
    • Develop safety policies.
    • Prepare for emergencies.
WHAT IS THE RIGHT CAREER PATH FOR YOU?
    There are several safety positions with different levels of responsibility in an Occupational Safety and Health career path. Each advancing level typically requires higher levels of experience, education, and knowledge and skills in leadership, business practices, safety and health, and communication and information technology. OSHAC wants to help our students who want to learn about these career opportunities..
COURSES CONTENT:
    There are several safety positions with different levels of responsibility in an Occupational Safety and Health career path. Each advancing level typically requires higher levels of experience, education, and knowledge and skills in leadership, business practices, safety and health, and communication and information technology. OSHAC wants to help our students who want to learn about these career opportunities..
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