presented Thursday, October 24, 2013
2:00 PM ET - 3:00 PM ET
1.0 CM Credit Hours/1.0 Contact Hours/0.1 COC
A company with $100,000 in costs related to workplace injuries will have to produce an additional $2 million in revenue just to cover the expense, assuming a 5 percent profit margin. Safety inspections are critical to cost-containment, but with limited time and resources how can one best make the most of time spent on these inspections? Learn to optimize your safety inspection process to net you the greatest results by taking a light-hearted but comprehensive look at this process.
This webinar will benefit industrial hygienists who:
have recently had safety responsibilities added to their duties;
are cross-trained in both Industrial Hygiene and Safety and would like ideas on how to further optimize their inspection skills; or
desire to acquire a new skill-set in order to more effectively serve as an extra resource to help protect worker health and safety at their facility.
Planning on Group Training with additional participants?
Please note AIHA's eLearning Program will require the submission of an online evaluation and $35 processing fee for any additional participant seeking credit.
Connie Muncy serves as an Industrial Hygienist III for Concurrent Technologies Corporation. Her degrees include a Bachelors of Science in Chemistry from Wright State University and a Masters of Science in Environmental, Safety, and Health Management from the University of Findlay. Ms. Muncy is a Certified Industrial Hygienist and a Registered Environmental Manager with the National Registry of Environmental Professionals. She is an OSHA-authorized Outreach Trainer and a certified trainer with the American Traffic Safety Standards Association. She is also a member of the American Industrial Hygiene Association, Phi Kappa Phi Academic Honor Society, and American Mensa. Ms. Muncy is a recipient of the 2012 Dayton Affiliates Society Council Award for Excellence in Technical Leadership and the 2011 Kitty Hawk Chapter ASSE Safety Professional of the Year. She was selected as an ASSE “100 Women Making a Difference in Safety Engineering” honoree in 2011 and as a Dayton Daily News Dayton Ten Top Women honoree in 2012.
Upon completion, participants will be able to:
Explain how safety inspections help minimize organizational occupational injury and illness costs, and distinguish between direct and related costs and know the importance of each.
Identify elements of pre-inspection planning that optimize inspection results and insure the safety of the inspection team.
Set inspection priorities to optimize return on investment of available resources.
Discuss the relevance of the “Broken Windows Theory” to safety inspections.
Important Certification Information
This Webinar will award CM credit hours, contact hours and COCs. CEU credits will not be awarded for participating in this webinar. The eLearning Program works with our accrediting bodies to insure compliance with all policies and (ANSI) standards. AIHA's eLearning Program requires any participant seeking CM credit hours, contact hours and COCs to submit a course evaluation.
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