Informed safety practitioners understand the dynamic relationship between intelligent recommendations for safety improvements, versus those that are not defensible. Balancing the very real tensions between available resources and protecting those resources is becoming an expected part of the modern safety practitioners intellectual toolbox. This course is the first of a three-part series that equip learners with tools to identify, prioritize and manage risks to the organizations physical, human and financial assets. Understanding loss exposures, forecasting and analyzing trends, and making recommendations on the basis of value for investment will distinguish the emerging generation of safety practitioners. This course is a required for the completion of the Diploma in Health, Safety and Environmental Management (SHEM) offered through Great Plains College. To learn more about this professional program , which is the first occupational health and safety related diploma offered entirely through web-based interactive instruction, visit the program page and book an appointment with an adviser.
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