Course Overview

4-Week Fully Online- April 22, 2018- May 20, 2018 

The Implementing ISO 45001 Online Certificate Program provides learners with the tools to implement the ISO 45001 standard.  Students will learn about clauses of the standard, participate in a self-assessment and develop an implementation Action Plan and evaluation strategy.

Module 1:

This module is pre-work that learners must complete prior to accessing the actual LearnEx course and provides an introduction to the ISO 45001 standard.

Module 2:

This module provides foundational information, terminology and definitions and an opportunity for learners to complete a self-assessment.

Module 3:

 This module focuses on Clause 4, Context of an Organization and Clause 5, Leadership and Worker Participation. 

 Module 4:

This module focuses on Clause 6 Planning and Clause 7 Support.

 Module 5:

This module focuses on Clause 8 Operations and Clause 9, Performance Evaluations. 

Module 6:

This module focuses on Clause 10, Improvement and provides a summary and wrap-up.

Learning Objectives

  • Create a compelling story around developing and implementing an Occupational Health and Safety Management System (OHSMS) in accordance with ISO 45001.
  • Explain the importance and value of implementing an OHSMS following the ISO 45001 standard.
  • Define key terminology and guidelines related to the implementation of the ISO 45001 standard.
  • Navigate the ISO 45001 standard and its main sections.
  • Assess performance of your health and safety management system, leveraging the success factors listed in the ISO 45001 standard with an aim to continuously improve the process.
  • Translate knowledge gained through the workshop into an actionable plan for initiating your own OHSMS development and implementation.

Deliverables

Learn on YOUR schedule!  You will have full access to interactive video lectures, course discussions, interactive games, and scenario-based/real-world assessments. All content is asynchronous (you don't need to be somewhere "live" to participate).  

Resources and handouts from the course

ISO 45001 Final Standard (an electronic copy).

The course runs for 4-weeks from April 22, 2018 -May 20, 2018.

2.1 CEUs

Cost

  • ASSE Member Price: $795
  • Non-Member Price: $955



Learning Modules

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Welcome to Class!
Open to download resource.
Open to download resource.
Pre-Work
Begin self-paced component package.
Begin self-paced component package. Please review this pre-work eLearning component prior to engaging in the content for this course.
WEEK 1: Module 1-Clause 3, Foundation Information, Self-Assessment
Module 1 eLearning Challenge
Open to download resource.
Open to download resource. Upload your answers to these questions to the eLearning Challenge Dropbox.
Module 1 eLearning Challenge Dropbox
Graded as Pass/Fail
Graded as Pass/Fail Upload answers here...
Module 1 Exploring the Standard Game
Begin self-paced component package.
Begin self-paced component package.
Module 1 Chrome Core Discussion Board 1 Instructions
Open to download resource.
Open to download resource.
Module 1 Chrome Core Discussion Board 1
Make 1 discussion post to continue.
Make 1 discussion post to continue. Where does Health & Safety live in your organization? Post your responses by Friday 4/27/18
Module 1 Foundational Information Video
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Open to view video.
Module 1 Harmonizing Among MS Discussion Board 2
Make 1 discussion post to continue.
Make 1 discussion post to continue. 1. Where is your organization now in regards to the use of management systems? 2. Where do you think your organization is going in terms of management systems? 3. Have you previously implemented a management system? Which one and why? Post your response to discussion board by Saturday 4/28/18
Module 1 Definitions Drag and Drop Exercise
Begin self-paced component package.
Begin self-paced component package.
Module 1 Self Assessment Tool
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Open to download resource.
Module 1 Self Assessment Tool Dropbox
Graded as Pass/Fail
Graded as Pass/Fail Upload your answers to the self assessment tool ee dropbox
Module 1 Success Factors Exercise
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Open to download resource. Review and complete this document and upload your answers to the dropbox that follows.
Module 1 Success Factors Exercise Dropbox
Graded as Pass/Fail
Graded as Pass/Fail Upload your answers to the success factors exercise to the dropbox by midnight Sunday 4/29/18
Module 1 Summary
Open to download resource.
Open to download resource.
WEEK 2: Module 2 (Clause 4,5)
Module 2 Chrome Core Video
Open to view video.
Open to view video.
Module 2- Clause 4
Open to download resource.
Open to download resource.
Module 2- Context Explanation Video
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Open to view video.
Module 2- Interested Parties/Internal/External Issues Exercise
Open to download resource.
Open to download resource. Upload your responses to the Interesting Parties Exercise Dropbox by midnight Wednesday 5/02/18.
Module 2- Interested Parties/Internal/External Issues Exercise Dropbox
Graded as Pass/Fail
Graded as Pass/Fail Upload responses here by midnight Wednesday 5/02/18
Module 2 Clause 4 Action Plan
Open to download resource.
Open to download resource. Upload your answers to the dropbox
Module 2 Clause 4 Action Plan Dropbox
Graded as Pass/Fail
Graded as Pass/Fail Upload your Action Plan here by midnight Friday 5/04/18
Module 2 Clause 5 Subsection 5.1
Open to download resource.
Open to download resource.
Module 2 Policy Exercise
Open to download resource.
Open to download resource.
Module 2 Exercise: Policy Dropbox
Graded as Pass/Fail
Graded as Pass/Fail Upload answers to the dropbox by midnight Saturday 5/05/18
Module 2: Sub Clause 5.2, 5.3
Open to download resource.
Open to download resource.
Module 2 Chrome Core Video Consultation/Participation
Open to view video.
Open to view video.
Module 2- Sub Section 5.4 Video
Open to view video.
Open to view video.
Module 2 Clause 5 Subsection 5.4 PowerPoint
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Open to download resource.
Module 2 Clause 5 Action Plan
Open to download resource.
Open to download resource. Post Answers to the Module 2 Clause 5 Dropbox
Module 2 Clause 5 Action Plan Dropbox
Graded as Pass/Fail
Graded as Pass/Fail Upload responses to the dropbox by midnight Sunday 05/06/2018
Module 2 Summary
Open to download resource.
Open to download resource.
WEEK 3: Module 3 (Clause 6, 7)
Module 3 Clause 6 Overview Video
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Open to view video.
Module 3 Clause 6.1.1 Opportunities Video
Open to view video.
Open to view video.
Module 3 Clause 6.1
Open to download resource.
Open to download resource.
Module 3 Risk/Opportunities Video
Open to view video.
Open to view video.
Module 3 Risks/Opportunities Exercise
Open to download resource.
Open to download resource. Upload responses to the dropbox by midnight Tuesday 05/08/18
Module 3 Risks/Opportunities Exercise Dropbox
Graded as Pass/Fail
Graded as Pass/Fail Upload responses to the dropbox by midnight Tuesday 05/08/18
Module 3 Clause 6.2 Objectives
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Open to download resource.
Module 3 Video Example of an Objective
Open to view video.
Open to view video.
Module 3 Exercise Writing Objectives
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Open to download resource. Upload responses to the dropbox by midnight Thursday 05/10/18

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Introduction and Questions Forum

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  • IM

    Hello. My name is Ian Marano. I am retired career firefighter/paramedic from the Indianapolis Fire Department. I am currently a full-time Occupational Health and Safety college student. I am transitioning between career paths from public safety / emergency response and transitioning into safety management in the construction industry. I am interested in using the ISO 45001 course for my professional development.

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  • SP

    Hello, My name is Steven Parsley and I am the Safety and Facilities Manager for KeyW Corporation.  I'm looking to use ISO 45001 to help improve our safety program.

    I also don't see the standard for the class.

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  • MC

    Hi there my name is Melinda Cummins. I am a safety consultant currently running my own business. I am looking forward to learning about ISO 45001 and how it can benefit my clients.

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  • TW

    Hello,

    Tim Walker here.  I am a Safety and Risk Manager for an insurance broker looking to use the tools of ISO 45001 to improve the businesses I work with.  

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  • GB

    Like Mary, I do not have the handout tab nor the standard. I purchased the standard so I would have it for this class. What other handouts are there? Is there a specific time to start the training? I was under the impression that I could work at my own pace; as in, once I finished one module, the next would be available to me. Do I understand correctly that we cannot access any modules before Sunday? 

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  • GB

    Garnet Feutz, business owner & independent contractor

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  • MC

    Where can I find the standard to review before the course starts?  Instruction says it should be available in a "HANDOUTS" tab, but I don't see that tab, and I don't see any other resources outside of the intro  module and the standard was not there. Thanks for your help! 

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  • LS

    Hello - My name is Linda Sanchez.  I am a safety consultant and looking forward to learning more about 45001 and how it can benefit my clients.  

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  • LW

    My name is Logan Whittaker. I am the senior safety coordinator for Health and Safety Sciences, LLC.  We focus mainly on safety, security, and confined space rescue. I am looking forward to learning more about ISO 45001 and how it can help improve our company. 

    Thanks,

    Logan

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  • MC

    Hello!  My name is Mary Ciesluk and I'm the Director of Risk and Safety Management for The Maryland Zoo in Baltimore.  I'm a CSP as well, and am looking forward to seeing how ISO 45001 turned out and how it might help us in our continuous improvement efforts. 

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  • HH

    Hello all, My name is Halemah Hakami and I am a student at Eastern Kentucky Universtiy Justice and Safety department to complete my master degree. I am also studying my school safety concentration there in order to improve my self in occupational and health management in an education setting. I am looking forward to this course and how can the new stander help me to improve my skills regarding developing and implementing an Occupational Health and Safety Management System. I am so sorry for being late in introducing my self and participating on the course, which was because I had trouble with my laptop for the past week.  

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  • AT

    Welcome Halemah, I hope you enjoy this course.

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  • MS

    Hello!  My name is Mike Silanskis.  I am an EHS Specialist of Wabash National in Lafayette, IN.

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  • AT

    Welcome, Mike.

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  • AT

    Welcome, David.  I'm looking forward to having you in class.  That's great to hear you a good foundation already working with ISO 14001 and OSHAS 18001.

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  • DB

    Hello all, My name is David Bywalec and I am the EHS&S and Security Manager for Dematic Corp. in Grand Rapids, Mi. I have been with Dematic for just over a year, and previously spent 2 years working as a HSE Specialist for Bosch. In 2016 I graduated from Grand Valley State University with a BS in Occupational Safety and Health Management and Engineering Sciences. Dematic is on the path to becoming certified in both 45001 and 14001 and I will be the champion for North America. I have experience working with 14001 and OHSAS 18001, but not from the implementation side. I am very excited to learn the new 45001 standard and how it will impact our current safety program.

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  • BS

    Amy - I'm not seeing the handouts tab. Is there something I need to do to access the standard? Regards, Blaine

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  • AT

    The ISO 45001 standard is under the course resource tab.  You will find additional information for the course (exercises, PowerPoint., etc)  in the modules.

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  • MC

    Amy, I'm not seeing a resources tab outside of the introductory module, and it did not have the standard, only "Key Takeaways" and the self assessment sheet. Is this accessible at this time? If so, can you help me find it? Thanks!

  • MC

    Hello!  My name is Mary Ciesluk and I'm the Director of Risk and Safety Management for The Maryland Zoo in Baltimore.  I'm a CSP as well, and am looking forward to seeing how ISO 45001 turned out and how it might help us in our continuous improvement efforts.  

  • BS

    Hello, I'm Blaine Stookey, EHS Associate Manager, with Zimmer Biomet in Warsaw, IN. I've worked in the EHS field as both a consultant and onsite manager of EHS. My experiences have ranged from wood working industries, RV manufacturing, printing operations, steel mills, and most recently in the medical device manufacturing industry. I've been with the company for 12 years, performing both local and global oversight. A main focus of mine has been coordinating a global EHS audit program. Through this task I've seen the need for standardization across our network and am eager to pursue the OHSMS as outlined by the ISO 45001 standard. We need to shift our culture and focus away from lagging indicators, such as accident statistics, and focus on leading indicators that are a result of risk evaluation systems. We also need to refine our processes to ensure that all levels of the organization are engaged in OHS. Can't wait to begin!

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  • AT

    Welcome, I hope you enjoy this course.

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  • JL

    Hello everyone! My name is Conrad Lynch and I am a senior safety manager with the Walsh Group. My experience is with heavy civil construction with emphasis on bridges and marine construction. I currently have my CSP and CHST designations. I am looking forward to see how 45001 stacks up with other safety management systems such as the Z-10. And most importantly hoping to broaden my knowledge from the content of this course.

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  • AT

    Welcome John, I look forward to having you in the class.  The ANSI Z10 was the default for the US Tag committee during the ISO discussions.

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  • JS

    Hello, my name is Justin Summerville.  I am the Sr. Safety Representative at the Beaver Valley Nuclear Power Station.  Looking forward to this course and what I can take away to implement within the organization.

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  • AT

    Welcome Justin, I hope you enjoy this course.

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  • CP

    My name is Carl Potter.  I am an independent consultant and CEO of Potter and Associates, Inc.  We conduct safety assessments based on VPP criteria and I think this is a great study.  My primary industry is the electric utilities and have conducted assessments across the US and in Tanzania.  I am also a CSP and CMC.  Looking forward to the class.

    Thanks,

    Carl

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  • AT

    Welcome Carl, I look forward to having you in class.

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  • SL

    Hello,

    My name is Shane LaCount, I am the Deputy Fire Chief for Mooresville Fire-Rescue, NC where I oversee all operations in the five fire houses, at the training center and on all emergency incidents.  I lead our health and safety program at the fire department.  We were able to designate each of our five fire stations as NCOSH STAR sites.  The STAR programs leads organizations to focus on the highest level of safety throughout all levels of the organization.  Over a 4 year period of time, through the STAR program, we dramatically changed our culture around safety in the fire department. 

    I am an adjunct professor for Eastern Kentucky University's Safety, Security and Emergency Managements Bachelor and Master programs.  I am also the regional manager for Health and Safety Sciences Charlotte office.    

    I look forward to learning more from you about the ISO 45001 standard as well as networking with the students in the class.  

    Thank you, 

    Shane

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  • AT

    Welcome Shane, I hope you enjoy this course.

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  • JC

    Hello,

    My name is Jeff Court, Safety and Training Manager at NRG Renewables (Wind and Solar). I've had some experience in the past with ohsas 18001 so very interested to see the changes and how the SMS can help us improve our safety performance.

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  • AT

    Welcome Jeff, looking forward to having you in the class.

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  • DR

    Hello, 

    My Name is David Ramos, a EHS professional working in the electrical industry and member of the ASSE Bakersfield CA Chapter!  I think its awesome to learn more about ISO 45001 and am curious how it can help set up a successful management system working together with NPFA 70E standards. 

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  • AT

    Welcome David, I hope you enjoy this course.

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  • WH

    Hello, I am Walter Harvey, Environmental, Health an Safety Manager for Fuji Vegetable Oil in Savannah, Georgia.  I have been working in the Safety field for many years and I feel it is my true passion.  I have work at IFA-Rotorion, as EHS Supervisor; Showa Denko Carbon, as Safety Trainer.  I have worked the majority of my adult life in the Charleston, SC area and only currently sought out employment else where. I will be looking to move near the Savannah are soon, but currently I am commuting.  In my current position, Fuji Vegetable Oil never developed a Safety Program, so I am building it from the ground up.  I have helped make great strides here and look to continue with that movement as we look to become compliant to the ISO 45001 standard.  We also just received approval from corporate to build a second plant in New Orleans.  So things are looking up here.

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  • AT

    Welcome Walter, that's great to hear your company is moving towards a safety management system. I feel you will find this course very informative as you continue to build the safety program at Fuji Vegetable Oil.

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