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March 2017

  • 3/10, 8am - 5pm, Center for Risk Management, Real Leaders - How to Lead and Connect - In this course attendees will learn the four foundations of how to be a real leader and participate in exercises that reinforce the learning and skill objectives. Additionally attendees will learn how to communicate effectively, understand the three components of communication, identify the four unpardonable sins of communication, build a bridge when dealing with crucial confrontation, establish rapport and increase influence. Contact: SeAlice Hemphill, riskmanagement@com.edu, 409-933-8365. Download registration form here.
  • 3/24, 8am - 5pm, Center for Risk Management, Workplace Hazard Recognition, Prevention and Control - One of the most crucial parts of a properly functioning occupational health and safety program is having the ability to accurately identify, assess and control hazards. The objective of this course is to equip the participant with the basic knowledge and tools necessary to control or eliminate hazards, perform risk assessments and prevent injuries, accidents, equipment downtime and property damage. Contact: SeAlice Hemphill, riskmanagement@com.edu, 409-933-8365. Download registration form here.
  • 3/28 - 3/29, 8:30am - 4:30pm, Texas Department of Insurance, OSHA 10hr Construction (Spanish). This training program is designed as a general orientation course to provide construction workers information about their rights, their employers’ responsibilities, how to file a complaint and how to identify, abate, avoid, and prevent job-related hazards on a construction site. Contact: Kim McDonald, 512-804-4610. Download flyer here.

April 2017

  • 4/7, 8am - 5pm, Center for Risk Management, Legal Aspects of Safety - This course will discuss two primary types of legal claims that affect all safety professionals. The instructor will discuss some of the best defenses and other legal consequences to consider when deciding to contest a citation. Beyond the fine amount, employers may need to consider the cost of abatement and whether the citation could result in a repeat or willful citation in the future. The course will then cover the discovery process and trial stage of an OSHA case and give examples of effective trial techniques. Contact: SeAlice Hemphill, riskmanagement@com.edu, 409-933-8365. Download registration form here.
  • 4/11 - 4/12, 8:30am - 4:30pm, Texas Department of Insurance, OSHA 10hr Construction (English). This training program is designed as a general orientation course to provide construction workers information about their rights, their employers’ responsibilities, how to file a complaint and how to identify, abate, avoid, and prevent job-related hazards on a construction site. Contact: Kim McDonald, 512-804-4610. Flyer coming soon!
  • 4/28, 8am - 5pm, Center for Risk Management, How to Use OSHA's Resources to Develop a Compliant and Effective Safety Program - OSHA’S main mission is to prevent the occurrence of workplace illness, injury or death by regulation safety and health guidelines that all business must follow. Failure to follow the guidelines set by OSHA will result in fines and possibly the closure of your business. In this course and workshop you will learn how to use OSHA resources to develop a compliant and effective safety and health program. Contact: SeAlice Hemphill, riskmanagement@com.edu, 409-933-8365. Download registration form here.

May 2017

  • 5/12, 8am - 5pm, Center for Risk Management, Fire in the Workplace - Employers should train workers about fire hazards in the workplace and about what to do in a fire emergency. This course addresses the nature of fire and its hazards, classes of fire, prevention of fires, fire extinguisher use, and how to develop and maintain an effective fire emergency evacuation plan.. Contact: SeAlice Hemphill, riskmanagement@com.edu, 409-933-8365. Download registration form here.
  • 5/23 - 5/24, 8:30am - 4:30pm, Texas Department of Insurance, OSHA 10hr Construction (Spanish). This training program is designed as a general orientation course to provide construction workers information about their rights, their employers’ responsibilities, how to file a complaint and how to identify, abate, avoid, and prevent job-related hazards on a construction site. Contact: Kim McDonald, 512-804-4610. Flyer coming soon!

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