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    HRD functions in a large organization and apply this relationship to a small organization Examine performance appraisal information in order to obtain person analysis data Illustrate the need for succession planning with a real world scenario Compare and contrast the two definitions of learning behavioral and cognitive and explain the training implications of each Compare and contrast internal and external validity Assess organizational structure environment in order to classify who

    Original URL path: http://www.waldorf.edu/waldorf/courseinformation/courseinformation.aspx?coursenum=BUS%204680 (2016-02-13)
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    operations Define and assess control of hazards to prevent injuries illness and property damage Discuss the concepts and development of an employee safety program Explain how to choose and use PPE and conduct job safety analyses Discuss employee injury record keeping and analysis Summarize the role of ergonomics in the workplace Explain how to conduct safety inspections and incident investigations Differentiate between Safety and Environmental responsibilities for supervisors regarding major

    Original URL path: http://www.waldorf.edu/waldorf/courseinformation/courseinformation.aspx?coursenum=OSH%204010 (2016-02-13)
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    workplace Select and use analytical tools in the identification and assessment of workplace hazards and risks Integrate Occupational Safety and Health programs into the total risk management process Characterize risk reduction strategies and apply them to sources of workplace hazards Conduct a workplace assessment for hazards and risks and recommend risk reduction strategies and tactics Determine the acceptability of residual risks after risk reduction tactics are applied PreRequisites None Textbook

    Original URL path: http://www.waldorf.edu/waldorf/courseinformation/courseinformation.aspx?coursenum=OSH%204520 (2016-02-13)
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    state workers compensation systems Consider and recognize worker rights and responsibilities under the majority of state workers compensation systems Compare and contrast different types of coverage available to employers Discuss fundamentals of claims management including identification and classification of compensable injuries and illnesses Discuss and consider state workers compensation record keeping systems and reporting requirements Apply workers compensation management regulations and concepts to actual and hypothetical workplace scenarios PreRequisites None

    Original URL path: http://www.waldorf.edu/waldorf/courseinformation/courseinformation.aspx?coursenum=OSH%203303 (2016-02-13)
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    for jobs Compare and contrast the major types of employee selection tests and common selection tools Identify the strengths and weaknesses of common training methods Explain the employee and organizational factors that impact training effectiveness Analyze employee and environmental factors impacting performance Describe the common approaches and theories of leadership Explain how stressors impact employees and organizations Summarize best practices for team building and for avoiding groupthink Define and apply

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    safety program requires a world class safety culture Demonstrate how lean tools such as the facilitated Kaizen blitz and A3 problem solving are applicable to safety Utilize lean tools to establish a safety culture and to ensure continuous improvement Explain why safety must be valued by leadership rather than only treated as a priority Use lean tools to investigate and analyze accidents incidents and to prevent future occurrences Discuss how

    Original URL path: http://www.waldorf.edu/waldorf/courseinformation/courseinformation.aspx?coursenum=OSH%204309 (2016-02-13)
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    workplace Explain important laws codes and regulations related to occupational safety and health and the environment Recommend appropriate means for controlling safety health and environmental hazards Perform appropriate calculations regarding the measurement evaluation and control of safety health and environmental hazards Evaluate safety health and environmental training and management techniques Apply fundamental business principles practices and metrics to safety health and environmental operations Explain scientific facts and concepts that impact

    Original URL path: http://www.waldorf.edu/waldorf/courseinformation/courseinformation.aspx?coursenum=OSH%204208 (2016-02-13)
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    the course This class is not meant to be the only training you receive for hazardous materials management but is to be built upon with continued education Objectives Describe the concept of standard of care as applied to hazardous materials training planning and response Understand the importance of health and safety components for hazardous materials management Define and understand the key components for risk assessment and hazard assessment Understand and use key elements to identify the presence of hazardous materials Understand and identify the key components for the incident command system as it relates to the management of hazardous materials during an incident Understand the definition and make up of hazardous materials Describe and understand the components of a site safety plan for operations at a hazmat incident List the key legislative regulatory and voluntary consensus standards that impact hazmat emergency planning and response operations PreRequisites None Textbook s Hazardous materials Managing the incident Field operations guide Rev 2 Publisher Jones Bartlett 01 06 2014 Author Bevelaqua A S ISBN 978 1449696726 Price 58 50 Hazardous materials Managing the incident Rev 4 Publisher Jones Bartlett 01 06 2014 Author Noll G G and Hildebrand M S ISBN 978 1 4496

    Original URL path: http://www.waldorf.edu/waldorf/courseinformation/courseinformation.aspx?coursenum=OSH%204410 (2016-02-13)
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