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UPCOMING Live Events

  • Beyond Zero Injuries

    Contains 3 Component(s), 0.20 credits offered Includes a Live Event on 02/28/2018 at 12:00 PM (EST)

    Wednesday, February 28, 2018 : For years, safety leaders have been challenged with hitting the goal of zero injuries. Millions of dollars are spent in search of Zero Injuries, the "Holy Grail" of safety. Many of these efforts have proved beneficial, and yet many others must be questioned. Some of the finest safety cultures meet the goal of Zero Injuries, only to find that a tragic event shatters Zero, leaving it a hollow memory of what was, but no longer is. Is Zero the right goal or is there a better one that will drive continuous safety improvement? Join me at this session and learn what lies Beyond Zero, and how this is the goal your culture must strive for to not only survive, but thrive in today's competitive landscape.

  • Professional Codes of Conduct: Key Issues for the OSH Professional

    Contains 3 Component(s), 0.20 credits offered Includes a Live Event on 03/05/2018 at 11:00 AM (EST)

    Monday, March 5, 2018 - During the course of their professional career, an OSH professionals may face an ethical dilemma. There are numerous codes and sets of standards that can be utilized to review those situations and determine the correct course of action. They include ASSE’s Code of Conduct and the BCSP Code of Ethics. In addition to the ethical dilemma, some situations pose legal challenges and may place the OSH professional at risk of a civil or criminal law suit. This webinar is intended to provide a framework that OSH professionals can use to navigate both ethical and legal situations.

  • Machinery Safety - Virtual Symposium and Forum

    Contains 6 Component(s), 0.80 credits offered Includes a Live Event on 03/20/2018 at 10:00 AM (EDT)

    Tuesday, March March 20, 2018 - This virtual symposium and discussion(s) will address the major concerns and issues with machinery safety and machine guarding hazards and exposures in business and industry. Emphasis will be placed on using the B11 American National Standards as flagship documents to use in addressing machinery related hazards and exposures. The sessions and discussions with the expert panel gives attendees ample opportunity for questions and answers.

  • Improving Human Performance and Safety

    Contains 3 Component(s), 0.20 credits offered Includes a Live Event on 03/29/2018 at 12:00 PM (EDT)

    Thursday, March 29, 2018 - There are two ways to improve performance: one is to enhance the performance itself (sing a better note, make a better weld). The second is to reduce unforced errors. There are four human factors that cause the majority of performance errors. If you're not moving they can cause quality problems or production problems. However, if you are moving, or things are moving around you, then these human factors can also cause eyes not on task, line-of-fire and balance, traction or grip errors, which dramatically increase the chance of injury. In this session, participants will learn which human factors cause the majority of performance errors, four critical error reduction techniques and the neuroscience behind them, as well as how to use these techniques to enhance performance thereby improving quality, production and safety, at the same time.

  • 60 Minutes on 35 Microseconds: Impulse Noise from Weapons Fire

    Contains 3 Component(s), 0.20 credits offered Includes a Live Event on 05/30/2018 at 12:00 PM (EDT)

    Wednesday May 30, 2018 - Most things a Safety Professional should know about impulse noise from weapons fire. Safety Professionals and Risk Managers in the Public Sector may be responsible for protecting employees from the hazards of impulse noise, specifically from exposure during weapons fire in the training environment. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics there were over 1.7 million people employed in the Police and Security Service Industry in 2016. Efforts to reduce hearing loss from hazardous impulse noise in many ways have fallen behind the efforts to mitigate continuous noise. There are some misconceptions and some deaf spots, so this webinar will help clear the fog and assist you in your efforts to serve a population exposed to a hazard that can do permanent damage in one stroke.