EXOS 4621 - Management of Health and Safety Systems

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Faculty of Extension

Effectively developing, managing, and measuring the effectiveness of health and safety systems is a challenge for all health and safety professionals. This course will introduce students to the basic issues and provide tools to make the task easier. This course presents an overview of factors influencing the success of health and safety systems. These factors include understanding organizational safety culture, understanding effective and efficient management principles, establishing priorities, measuring program success, presenting information effectively, analyzing financial impacts of programs. This course will provide a basic overview of management skills and principles and how they apply to the development of safety systems within an organization or company. Prerequisite: EXOS 4620

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Continuing Ed Fall 2021

Lectures

LECTURE FA1 (40333)
Capacity: 30
2021-10-28 - 2021-10-31
HFSU 08:30 - 17:00 (TBD)

Primary Instructor: Ryan Davis

Continuing Ed Winter 2022

Lectures

LECTURE WI1 (45029)
Capacity: 40
2022-01-17 - 2022-03-27

Primary Instructor: Susan Sawatzky
LECTURE WI2 (45313)
Capacity: 25
2022-03-17 - 2022-03-20
HFSU 08:30 - 17:00 (TBD)

Primary Instructor: Ryan Davis