Injury, Incident, and Error Prevention Practices and Procedures for Principle Investigators and Supervisors
Course Number: HRA17
This course covers the resources, procedures, and assessment tools available for supervisors who manage personnel in either the laboratory or support services environment. This interactive discussion will identify concepts for prevention of unwanted events and how to react properly when things go wrong. Campus services groups to provide safety, health, and security are introduced, along with key practices and procedures to prevent injuries, illness, property or environmental damage. Consequences of these incidents, regulatory drivers, fines and liability are included. Emphasis will be placed on proactive measures for injury prevention, including instruction on how to spot design and procedural traps where adverse incidents are likely to occur. Common accident causes, pattern, and means for prevention are included.
- Provide understanding of the regulatory drivers for employee safety, campus resources and procedures for assuring a safe environment.
- Provide information on basic emergency procedures, tools and processes available to identify accident causes (including error traps), patterns, and means to identify unsafe conditions or practices before incidents occur.
|04/28/2015||1:00 - 4:00||Room 212||Admin II|
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