Begin at any time and set the course schedule that is right for you. Traditional health, safety and environmental management programs are owned by senior management. Organizational cultures are undergoing massive changes, and traditional approaches no longer apply in many sectors. Effective health, safety and environmental management programs are driven by all stakeholders that are impacted by them, in most cases, this means that those on the shop floor must learn new process skills to enable their participation. As well, managers must learn to develop high-trust relationships with employees, and to develop and create a working environment where these new skills are consistently expected and rewarded. CHSE 1101 Programs: An Introduction CHSE 1102 Employee Program Ownership CHSE 1103 The Responsibilities of Ownership CHSE 1104 Motivational Theories and Practice CHSE 1105 Developing People and Organizations Through Learning CHSE 1106 Benefits of Shared Ownership CHSE 1107 Leading the Shift to Shared Ownership The certificate program is recognized for eligibility by the Board of Canadian Registered Safety Professionals (BCRSP). This course may be eligible for BCRSP Continuing Maintenance Points (CMPs).