Safety Management Systems: What’s In It for Me and My Organization?
Date: Wednesday, January 15
Cost: Member - $195 / Nonmember - $225
Includes: 2 ANSI/ASSP standards and 4 webinars — a $600 value plus 20% off your purchase of ANSI/ASSP/ISO 45001-2018 or ANSI/ASSP A10.38-2013
Our one-day virtual symposium will focus on occupational health and safety (OHS) management systems and how they can elevate safety performance in your organization. By discussing lessons learned from global organizations, you will review differences between ISO 45001 and ANSI/ASSP Z10; determine which standard is right for your organization; and map next steps to implementation. In addition, you will explore the application of safety management system in construction and demolition operations.
Your registration includes the following standards:
|ANSI/ASSP Z10.0 - 2019
||Occupational Health and Safety Management Systems
|ANSI/ASSP A10.1-2011 (R2017)
||Pre-Project and Pre-Task Safety and Health Planning for Construction and Demolition Operations
In addition, you will get 20% off Promo code for either one of these standards:
||Occupational Health and Safety Management Systems - Requirements With Guidance for Use
||Basic Elements of an Employer's Program to Provide a Safe and Healthful Work Environment
Webinar 1: 9:00AM to 10:00AM CST
How Can an Occupational Health and Safety Management System Help Your Organization?
An effective occupational health and safety management system can enable your organization to holistically view interdependent core system elements and better engage management and workers in improving organizational safety performance. Participate in a lively Q&A session with ASSP President Diana Stegall and ASSP CEO Jennifer McNelly to gain new insight and understanding of the benefits of a safety management system and how to get leadership buy-in.
Diana Stegall, CSP, CFPS, ARM, SMS, CPCU
Diana Stegall is the president of ASSP and executive vice president of Rivendell Safety Consulting. She was the first woman named ASSP’s Safety Professional of the Year in 2005 and is a two-time recipient of the Society’s Charles V. Culbertson Outstanding Volunteer Service Award. Before working at Rivendell Safety Consulting, Stegall was a senior loss control specialist at United Heartland and a loss control manager for Chubb. She also worked at PMA Insurance Group, Reliance Insurance, and United States Fidelity and Guarantee Co. (USF&G). View her LinkedIn profile
Jennifer McNelly is the chief executive officer (CEO) of ASSP. McNelly has 30 years of association, government, regulatory and business experience. As CEO, McNelly advances the organization’s mission to create safe work environments worldwide. Prior to ASSP, she was president of 180 Skills LLC, an online career and technical education company aimed at closing the manufacturing skills gap. McNelly also served as president of The Manufacturing Institute, the nonprofit affiliate of the National Association of Manufacturers. View her LinkedIn profile
Webinar 2: 10:30AM to 12:00PM CST
ANSI/ASSP Z10: Is It the Future of Safety Management Systems?
Is your organization ready to climb the maturity ladder with its occupational health and safety management system? The new and improved ANSI/ASSP Z10 standard provides industry best practices that can help you redefine your organization’s efforts to manage risk, improve worker safety and elevate organizational performance.
James C. Howe, CSP
James Howe is president of Safety Solutions, a consulting firm that specializes in management systems and the application of systems thinking to safety and health. He is a recognized expert in machinery and equipment risk assessment, safety and health management system improvement, incident investigation and regulatory compliance. Howe is chair of the ANSI/ASSP Z10 Committee and a member of the leadership team for the U.S. Technical Advisory Group to ISO Project Committee 283 that publishes ISO 45001, the international standard on occupational health and safety management systems.
Victor M. Toy, CSP, CIH, FAIHA
Vic Toy is president and principal consultant for Insyst OH&S, a consulting company specializing in safety and health management systems, following more than 30 years in industry and government sectors, most recently with IBM as the firm’s leader in global safety and health transformation, strategy and policy development. He is vice-chair of the ANSI/ASSP Z10 Committee and chair of the U.S. Technical Advisory Group to ISO Project Committee 283 that publishes ISO 45001, the international standard on occupational health and safety management systems. He is a Fellow of AIHA. View his LinkedIn profile
Webinar 3: 1:00PM to 2:30PM CST
ISO 45001: A Global Outlook
Learn why the development, purpose and application of ISO 45001, Occupational Health and Safety Management Systems, has organizations aiming for world-class value and safety performance. Need to replace OHSAS 18001 conformity, which gives way to ISO 45001 in March 2021, or want to build a better system for managing occupational safety and health risks and potential opportunities? Learn how ISO 45001 can help your organization achieve its performance objectives.
Kathy A. Seabrook, CSP, CFIOSH, EurOSHM, FASSP
Kathy Seabrook is the founder and president of Global Solutions Inc. She helps U.S. and multinational companies achieve business, operational and commercial excellence using safety excellence as the lever for organization-wide change in managing risk. Seabrook is a published author, a member of the leadership team of the U.S. Technical Advisory Group to ISO Project Committee 283 that publishes ISO 45001 and a member of the ANSI/ASSP Z10 Committee. She is board chair, Center for Safety and Health Sustainability, a past president of ASSP and Fellow of ASSP and Institution of Occupational Health and Safety. She served on the Global Reporting Initiative (GRI) 403 OHS Standard Project working group. View her LinkedIn profile
Victor M. Toy, CSP, CIH, FAIHA
Vic Toy is president and principal consultant for Insyst OH&S, a consulting company specializing in safety and health management systems, following more than 30 years in industry and government sectors, most recently with IBM as the firm’s leader in global safety and health transformation, strategy and policy development. He is vice-chair of the ANSI/ASSP Z10 Committee and chair of the U.S. Technical Advisory Group to ISO Project Committee 283, which publishes ISO 45001, the international standard on occupational health and safety management systems. He is a Fellow of AIHA. View his LinkedIn profile
Webinar 4: 3:00PM to 4:00PM CST
We’re In Construction: Is There a Safety Management System for Us?
Do safety and health management systems add value for construction or demolition contractors? This topic sparks some controversy in our industry and opinions on the benefits of certified management systems vary widely. Learn about applicable ANSI/ASSP standards that can help construction/demolition employers develop a management system that can help identify hazards, manage risks and better protect workers.
John Johnson, CSP
John Johnson is vice president and director, ESH&S, Black & Veatch. He has extensive OHS experience in the construction and demolition industry. His areas of expertise include energy, power generation and management of large-scale projects. Johnson’s responsibilities include business development, business capture and project execution for all service projects in the power sector. His previous responsibilities include regional director, service area leader, retrofit and plant betterment, and mechanical engineering section leader. View his LinkedIn profile
Steve L. Rank
Steve Rank is executive director of safety and health for the Ironworkers International Union. He has more than 25 years’ experience with drafting safety, health and insurance regulations for OSHA, state OSHA agencies and state legislatures. He has represented the insurance industry as a member of the Steel Erection Negotiated Rulemaking Advisory Committee and was vice-chair of the ANSI/ASSP A10 Construction and Demolition Operations Committee. During his career, Rank has been director, Safety Institute, California Ironworkers Employers Council; executive director, safety and health, National Erectors Association; and vice president, national safety coordinator, Ironworking Contractors Insurance Program.