Professional Development Training


Developing your professionalism in the workplace is an ongoing task. SCS will teach you how to Deal with Workplace Violence, Managing Drug and Alcohol and even Enhance your supervisory performance.


Occupational Health and Safety professionals are engaged in a career that requires ongoing professional development training. Therefore, SCS offers a comprehensive list of courses to assist in furthering your health and safety team members careers. While these courses are intended for those directly engaged in their organization’s occupational health and safety program, they are also great for anyone pursuing a career in development or maintenance of a health and safety system.

So please review the courses below, and let us know how we can assist in meeting your professional development training needs.

Enhancing Supervisory Performance       

(8 Hours)

Designed for one simple, effective task: enhancing your performance as a supervisor.

Participants will learn:
  • Description and Responsibilities. Performance Standards and Evaluation. Reporting Structure. Grievance Procedure. Successive Disciplinary Action. Limits of Authority.
  • Job Specific Responsibilities
  • Perception and Decision Making
  • Basic Psychology of Communication (The Hawthorn study theory, Maslow’s theory) “Employees behave in the manner they’re expected to behave in when they feel management is paying attention to them.”
  • Job Performance Coaching (Improving Employee Performance)
  • Using Tools for Evaluating Employee Performance and Productivity (Systematic Causal Analysis Tool, Performance Tracking, Problem Solving, Goal Setting)


Enhancing Supervisory Performance Follow-Up Modules        

(2 Hours/Module)

This program also includes four additional follow up sessions which may consist of any of the following topics depending on your needs:

  • Leadership; Down to Earth Lessons, For Your Organization
  • Attitude; A Little Thing Makes a Big Difference
  • The Effective Supervisor; Handling Difficult Situations, Three Reasons People Don’t Perform, How To Get The Extraordinary Effort Out Of Ordinary People
  • The Assertive Professional; How to Communicate Assertively and Effectively. The Differences Between Passive, Aggressive, and Assertive Behavior
  • Giving and Taking Criticism
  • Coping With Change In The Workplace
  • Dealing With Difficult People


Personal Communication               

(8 Hours)

This course teaches effective interpersonal communication skills for one on one setting’s where group communications are not practical.

Participants will learn:

  • Individual job orientation
  • Critical task instruction
  • Planned personal contacts
  • Key point tips
  • Job performance coaching
  • Tools for better personal communications and on the job results


Group Communications                 

(8 Hours)

Designed for individuals who will be leading group meetings and public speaking sessions.

Participants will learn:

  • Characteristics and dynamics of group communications
  • Benefits of group meetings
  • Practical skills in conducting group meetings


Safe Behavior Management                                   

(8 Hours)

This course is designed to address the behavioral factors that contribute to an effective loss control program.

Participants will learn:

  • The reasons for addressing at risk behaviors
  • A behavioral intervention model for influencing behaviors
  • A five step process for applying safe behavior management in the workplace