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Industrial Health and Safety

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November 2018

  • 11/16, 8 am - 5 pm, Active Shooter Preparedness, Center for Risk Management - An incident investigation is the account and analysis of an incident based on information gathered by a thorough examination of all causal and contributing factors involved. It gets to the root causes of the incident, so similar occurrences can be prevented and future losses in the workplace can be avoided. Investigations are conducted to meet legal compliance, but more importantly to help prevent reoccurrences. Therefore, it is essential to ensure those who are responsible for investigating incidents are properly trained. The objectives of this course will focus on techniques for gathering complete, accurate and objective incident data, how to conduct effective interviews, identifying causal and contributing factors, reporting findings and various tools and techniques for conducting an investigation. Additionally, we will discuss some common mistakes that companies often make when conducting incident investigations and how to avoid them. Contact: riskmanagement@com.edu, 409-933-8365. Registration Form. Sponsored by Texas Mutual Insurance.
  • 11/30, 8 am - 5 pm, Crushing It: Leading as a High Performer, Center for Risk Management - Every organization wants their team to win and be successful. In order to create sustained results, we must possess leadership and high performance skills in order to move from strategy to execution. "Crushing It" combines key leadership and high performance skills that will accelerate your teams’ performance and increase your influence. Because creating results requires high performance skills. Creating sustained results requires leadership. Contact: riskmanagement@com.edu, 409-933-8365. Registration form. Sponsored by Texas Mutual Insurance.

December 2018

  • 12/7, 8 am - 5 pm, Nuts & Bolts of Industrial Hygiene, Center for Risk Management - By definition, industrial hygiene is the art and science of the anticipation, recognition, evaluation, communication and control of hazards in the workplace that may result in injury or illness. In practice, industrial hygiene is how we measure whether or not someone might get sick or hurt at their job. This class will cover the fundamentals of industrial hygiene and how to determine what the industrial hygiene program should look like at your facility. Contact: riskmanagement@com.edu, 409-933-8365. Registration form. Sponsored by Texas Mutual Insurance.

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