This is a classroom-based 1-day SCS-certified course in risk control strategies. It is available from SCS when requested to suit your schedule, with a minimum of 5 student enrollments required.
This course will help you ensure that you and your safety management team and supervisory personnel have the knowledge and skills to protect your company’s interest. SCS’s industrial safety supervision and management team will train you in the development of risk control strategies that enable your organization to avoid exposures to loss, limiting the fundamental loss potential.
Risk control applies to every activity your organization engages in: production levels, quality levels, personnel, environment, property, financial assets, and much more. The fundamental purpose of risk control is to prevent loss-producing events. However, these strategies can also be employed during and after events to minimize, control, and prevent loss at any stage. This course reviews these issues.
Course topics include the following:
- Understand the fundamental basis for risk control
- Evaluating the effectiveness of proposed risk controls
- Practical application of risk and cost vs. benefit analysis
- Assimilate the 10 basic strategies for hazard control
Prerequisites and PPE
You don’t need to complete any other courses or have any prior experience to enroll in this course. You also don’t need to bring along any personal protective equipment (PPE).
Note: All courses require you to have government-issued photo ID.