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Advanced Occupational Safety & Risk Management Certificate
Advanced Standards & Regulatory Design - 2.0 CEU
Advanced Standards & Regulatory Design is a course structured for the experienced Health, Safety, and Environmental Professional which explores the influence of published safety standards, explains the process of regulatory design, and identifies important resources for structuring and developing training programs. Published safety standard organizations such as the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA), American National Standards Institute (ANSI), and the International Organization for Standardization (ISO) form not only the foundation of industry best practices but also can be agency enforceable if incorporated by reference into the regulation. Regulatory design lessons introduce students to the procedures agencies use in developing regulations, how to get involved in the development process, and understanding core implementation structures. The course concludes with supporting the development of training programs to facilitate the effectiveness of training, meet regulatory compliance, and align with established published safety standard guidelines.
Prerequisites: Completion of the Occupational Safety and Risk Management Certificate; or, an Associate’s Degree in Health, Safety, and Environmental or Human Resources; or, 2-years of experience in the Occupational Health, Safety, and Environmental field or Human Resources field; or a combination of education and experience of equal value.
Students must complete an application form and pay the application fee of $35. Application forms can be obtained here.
Your seat in class is not reserved until you have paid BOTH the application fee and course fee for the Introduction course. Course fees for subsequent classes not due until two weeks prior to the start of class. Acceptance of application does not hold or guarantee you spot in the class.
Completed applications and all documents can be submitted in person at our office or by mail. Please call (661) 654-2441 for hours of operation.
Upcoming Application Deadlines
Spring 2017 Semester: January 5, 2017
Fall 2017 Semester: June 28, 2017
Spring 2018 Semester: December 1, 2017
We accept applications year-round and encourage you to submit your application early.