Risk programs are a critical element of safety management systems such as OHSAS 18001 and ANSI Z10. Implementing a risk management program, however, is not a simple task – there are lessons to be learned at every stage of the process.
This free webinar will teach you how to implement a successful risk management program. Whether you are looking to adhere to SMS requirements, improve current processes, or overcome the hurdles of starting a risk program, you’ll benefit from the insights that will be shared in this session.
Part 1: The 8 key factors in a successful risk management program implementation
- The critical steps that will kick-start your program and set it up for success
- Best practices for implementing your risk assessment process
- What risk metrics you should be tracking
Part 2: Increasing the Impact of Risk Assessments
- The issue with a common risk assessment process
- The challenges that lead to weak processes
- What a living risk assessment model looks like and why it’s beneficial
John Easton, CRSP, MHSc
John is a Canadian Registered Safety Professional (CRSP) with over 15 years’ experience in the health and safety industry. As an OH&S leader at Toyota, he managed the complex implementation of an ISO-based safety management system. Currently, he is the Director of Product Management for Medgate, where heads the OH&S software design and development team. John holds a Masters in Health Sciences in Occupational and Environmental Health.
Shannon Crinklaw, CRSP, CHRL
Shannon has over 10 years’ experience with safety management systems and risk assessment programs. As an implementation consultant for Medgate, she works with large companies to align OH&S business requirements with best practices in data management. Shannon is a Canadian Registered Safety Professional and a Certified Human Resource Leader.
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About the Author
John Easton is Director, Product Management after having served previously as Product Manager and Senior Client Service Consultant. He has been in the health and safety field since 1996. Prior to joining Medgate, John worked for 12 years at Toyota Motor Manufacturing in the capacity of Health & Safety Specialist and most recently as Assistant Manager, Health & Safety. John has extensive experience in developing and managing standards and programs for industrial hygiene and safety.More Content by John Easton, CRSP