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DuPont Safety Manager Training

MANAGING SAFETY: SYSTEMS THAT WORK FOR SENIOR LEADERS

In VADM Lautenbacher’s December 2, 2002 memorandum, Safety Program Enhancements for FY 2003, there is a requirement for SES, GS-15 and ZA/ZP-05 supervisors who manage or supervise 10 or more employees to attend the following two-day DuPont safety training. For over 30 years, DuPont Safety Resources has been helping companies improve business performance while protecting the lives and livelihoods of employees and contract workers. DuPont has developed a two-day seminar, Managing Safety: Systems that Work for Senior Leaders, to help senior managers integrate safety into their everyday leadership activities:

Field Audit Training: Learning safety audit techniques and skills

Auditing: Analysis of audit information to understand the safety climate and determine strengths and weaknesses

Leadership: Maintaining standards, involving employees; the use of tools to improve safety in workplace

Investigating Incidents: Participating in incident investigations; ensuring that investigations result in effective and realistic actions

NOAA has negotiated a discounted tuition rate for a NOAA specific course, $999.00 per person, which will be paid by the respective Line and Staff Offices. To reserve a spot in an upcoming NOAA class, please call Wanda Bender at (866) 239-4491, email her at wanda.e.bender@usa.dupont.com. If you are unable to make the NOAA class, you can still meet this training requirement by registering for the "Managing Safety: Systems That Work for Operations Managers" at the link below or by contacting Wanda Bender.

The "Managing Safety: Systems That Work for Senior Leaders" seminar listed below will be held in Silver Spring, MD:

#699  April 26-27, 2010: NOAA SSMC3 - Room 4527, 1315 East-West Highway, Silver Spring, MD  20910

#800 November 17-18, 2010:  NOAA SSMC3 - Rm 4527, 1315 East West Highway,
Silver Spring, MD  20910



General information on DuPont Safety Resources can be accessed on DuPont Safety Resources Homepage.

DuPont Safety Manager Registration and Schedule at other Locations

Page last updated: April 28, 2010


         
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