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    Webinar no Detecting and Preventing Embezzlement in Your Organization

    Course Objective: This course will highlight several types of embezzlement, how it can be committed and by whom. It will enable participants to identify: • The step-by-step process for identifying embezzlement risks • Fraud indicators • Evidence to substantiate suspicions of actual embezzlement • Methods to eliminate control weaknesses that allow these crimes to flourish The course will also instruct attendees on recommending a better anti-embezzlement management structure to prevent embezzlement and implement strong internal controls. Course Outline: • Understand the common and less-common types of embezzlement—at both the employee and management levels • Identify specific embezzlement scenarios and schemes threatening the organization
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    Seminar on Safety Analysis of Complex Systems

    In evaluating complex systems the interactions and interfaces involving: the human, software, firmware, hardware, and environmental elements require consideration From a safety perspective these elements should be analyzed with specific safety analytical techniques, (software, hardware, human, and environmental hazard analyses methods), which are suited for each of the specific elements. However, there are system risks to consider; a system accident may be comprised of initiating, contributory, and primary hazards; which are the result of adverse interactions between the human, software, firmware, hardware, and/or environment. How does the analyst conduct an integrated hazard analysis and risk assessment to address these adverse interactions and interfaces of all the elements of a complex system?
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    HIPAA Privacy Security - Time to GetSerious

    I have conducted over 400 risk assessments for business associates and covered entities alike as well as worked directly with the Federal government in terms of auditing. This seminar will go into great detail about what is going on in the HIPAA Security/ Privacy world. I will discuss why the government is all of a sudden going full bore in demanding compliance. You will learn risk factors to avoid, best practices you should be doing, and how to be proactive in your efforts. In addition we are going to be discussing the methods in which patients can now sue under HIPAA and the steps they may be taking for civil remedy. On top of that what your practice or business needs to do so you can avoid the situation all together.
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    Decision Analysis in Support of Safety

    Basic decision analysis methods are discussed in a context of solving risk and operational-related problems associated with changes in systems, standards, and procedures. These basic methods can be further developed to incorporate other decision analysis techniques. Testing, analysis, simulation, and studies may be required within the analysis to provide the data and information needed to successfully complete some or all of the steps discussed. The modern manager needs to have knowledge of the tools and techniques of analyses associated with the planning, organizing, directing, coordinating, and controlling the safety management system. Such safety management systems must include concepts and processes that will enable sound risk-based decisions.
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    Construction - Construction Hazards & Basics, for any Jobsite

    Real world examples of what to expect, and what to prepare for whenever possible. Not every organization is ready to avoid inspections or fines if they do not have senior staff in place, and/or if they have not been audited in the past. How to train staff to have the correct documentation in place. Ensure that the organization keeps documentation updated and realistic. If an employee is nervous and informs the inspector/auditor wrong information, a strong documentation system will support all of the proper steps that are in place.
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    Laboratory Safety - Covering Issues such as Compressed Gases, Cryogenic Materials and Glassware, etc.

    Laboratories can be dangerous places, with a vast array of potential hazards available to cause harm. This webinar considers harm may be caused, as well as how people and organizations can be protected from that harm by the appropriate use of Control Measures arrived at through the process of Risk Assessment..
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    Revisions to the Hazard Communication Standard

    This webinar will provide employers and employees with the new requirements for the Hazard Communication Standard, as well as the changes in the regulations, the way chemicals are classified, and what will be new for training and Safety Data Sheets.
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    Fundamentals of Safety Analysis

    Initially to scope discussions of safety analysis, risk assessment and hazard control application consider how to efficiently apply resources to meet a primary objective: To assure that safety-related and security-related risks have been identified, eliminated, or controlled to acceptable levels; throughout the lifecycle of the design; addressing the lifecycle of the potential accident. It is then logical to concentrate resources to continue safety and risk assessment; aiming for encompassing analyses (or set of analyses), which also identifies decisions and errors that may present risks; ultimately applying hazard/threat control application. Judgment on descriptive detail is applicable to mitigation design; the nature, complexity, and detail description of risk controls; which become formal requirements. Further consider the hierarchy of hazard control application and the layering of risk controls.
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    Construction Safety

    From crane rigging to power tool safety to fall protection, our Construction Safety Library is the go-to resource for all construction employees. Choose a course and start covering your safety bases!
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    Safety for Campus Employees

    The Safety for Campus Employees Library includes easy-to-follow courses to keep you, your employees, and your student workers safe from potentially hazardous situations. Courses include campus and office safety, emergency-evacuation plans, fire prevention, HazCom training, lab safety, and much, much more. From avoiding bloodborne pathogens to new-employee safety orientation to responding to an active shooter on campus — we've got your training needs covered.
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    Webinar: Learning the OSHA Recordkeeping Analysis by William Principe

    Who will Benefit: Anyone responsible for completing an OSHA 300 Log, including: HR Managers Safety Managers Facility Managers In-house Attorneys Risk Managers Business Owners Nurses Physicians
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    Off the Beaten Path – Understanding the Dynamics of Domestic Violence

    Ever had an uneasy feeling about a friend, loved one, or co-worker’s relationship? Have you been concerned something may be seriously wrong - or even that your friend might be in danger? What about the kids? What are they seeing and experiencing? How safe are they? Learn what domestic abuse is, both physical and non-physical. Understand whom it affects and the differences between popular myths and realistic facts. Learn how to recognize the subtle signs. Understand how to respond and receive resources for help. Workplace programs include discussion of employer’s resources and programs; coordinated in advance with appropriate representatives. • Why we talk about it • Who’s affected and how? • Can you predict it? • Characteristics of batterers… Myths & Facts • Characteristics of victims…Myths & Facts • Cues and indicators: it may be you or someone you know • Your Employer • If You Plan to Leavve • Orders of Protection/Injunctions
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    Workplace Violence: Pay for Prevention or Finance the Results

    How would you know if the next employee you fire won’t retaliate with violence? Are you confident the employee abusing family members at home won’t continue at your workplace? Can you be assured an angry client won’t track their rage to your business? You cannot dismiss the possibility that violence you read about will always happen to someone else, or that millions paid in damages will never happen to you. If one company paid $415,000, another paid $850,000 and one paid $7.9 million, why not you? No company is immune. Violence and litigation are connected. The negative effects on corporate image and reputation can be devastating. How do you prevent workplace violence from taking you down? * Understand the four types of perpetrators to be on the lookout for * Understand how intimate partner violence and stalking come into the workplace * Discuss the status of mandated employee protection statutes * Review your workplace violence policy
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    Is There a Bully in Your Workplace?

    The Workplace Bullying Institute found in a nationally representative poll that 37 percent of the U.S. workforce, or 54 million employees, have been bullied now or some time during their work life. Bullying claims are a serious problem for American businesses, costing $64 billion annually, according to a 2007 study by Korn/Ferry International. Bullying lowers productivity due to morale issues and time requirements for investigations, all while increasing turnover, paid time off, out of court settlements and jury awards to plaintiffs. Bullying can result in media frenzies, diminished corporate image, damaged personal lives and tarnished careers. No company is immune from the possibility – every company should become aware, proactive and preventive
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    OSHA Compliance Safety Training DVDs

    OSHA compliance safety training DVDs.
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    MSHA Surface Miner Safety Training DVD

    MSHA Surface Miner Safety Training DVD - Part 46.
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    Workplace Ergonomics: Injury Prevention Through Ergonomics

    The human body is a fragile system, and we put many demands on it every day. Activities like reaching to get supplies off of a shelf, sitting in front of a computer for hours every day, and moving heavy products around the shop can all take a toll on our bodies. In this two-day workshop, you will learn how to make your environment as ergonomic as possible in order to make daily tasks easier on your body and mind. At the end of this course, you will be able to: Define ergonomics and its related terms Identify where to get ergonomics information for your region Identify how ergonomics can be incorporated into your workplace Assess your environment for ergonomic hazards, create ways to resolve those issues, and plan for implementation Review and evaluate your ergonomic efforts Use change management techniques effectively Describe the basic principles of ergonomics Outline ergonomic practices for sitting, standing, lifting, carrying, pushing, and pulling and more!
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    Safety in the Workplace

    Workplace accidents and injuries cost corporations millions of dollars and thousands of hours lost every year. They also have a profound, often lifelong impact on workers. Introducing a safety culture into your organization, where safety is valued as an integral part of the business’s operation, not only saves the business time and money, it also builds a committed, loyal, healthy workforce. This one-day workshop will give participants the foundation to start building your safety culture.
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    Workplace Harassment: What It Is and What To Do About It

    In 2012 alone, the US Equal Employment Opportunity Commission ordered that $365,400,000 (that’s 365.4 million dollars!) be paid out for discrimination and harassment charges. No wonder companies are working to be more proactive in preventing harassment. But how do you prevent harassment from occurring? What sorts of policies should be in place? What should managers do to protect their employees? And if a complaint is filed, what will we do? All of these questions (and more!) will be answered in this two-day workshop.
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    It Doesn't Make Sense and It's Costing Us Millions

    Lost workdays and lost productivity are known as the biggest siphons of corporate profitability we have. These siphons usually are created by things that are happening outside the workplace.