Safety Management Part I: Fundamental Concepts

An excellent basic course. This course suggests fundamental elements that form an effective safety program. Each element is presented with ideas for successful implementation. Through examples and case studies, a framework for an effective program is built. Sample forms are included. For qualification as a candidate for the Safety Management Certificate, successful completion of an examination at the end of the program is required.


  • The moral, financial and legal responsibilities of today’s safety professional
  • Effective, proven program elements
  • Implementation strategies for each element
  • Suggestions on how to establish accountability for safety efforts
  • Sample policy statements and performance standards to assist the management team in carrying out its safety responsibilities
  • Hints on how to “sell” safety to various operating functions
  • Strategies to control workers’ compensation costs
  • Budgeting