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Today's Workplace: Using Investigation to Reduce Risk

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Special one-time discount (effective until April 30, 2023): Register and pay for your first OHS program course, sign up for a free webinar, and you'll qualify for $200 off your second course!

This event is part of our "Let's Talk Safety" webinar series

One of the goals we have in safety is to reduce the risk of hazards that could cause an injury in our workplaces. By completing more effective investigations into the actual and near-miss events that occur, we can help reduce the risk of future events.

In this webinar, you will:

  • Explore risk management in the context of the Safety Management System
  • Review how better investigations will improve risk reduction
  • Provide worksheets to help those involved in safety improve their investigation skills

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Presenter: Darrel Nickerson
Cost: Free

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About the presenter

Darrel Nickerson, BBA, MS, CRSP, is the Director of Health and Safety for the Pulp and Paper Division of JD Irving, Limited based in Saint John, New Brunswick, Canada and has been involved in Safety for over 26 years. He holds a Bachelor of Business Administration from UNB Saint John and a Master of Science in Environmental Management from Webster University, St. Louis, Mo. He holds a Canadian Registered Safety Professional designation and a Six Sigma Green Belt certification from the Juran Institute. He is a professional member of the American Society of Safety Professionals and Canadian Society of Safety Engineering (CSSE), current chairperson for the Board of Safety Services New Brunswick, and previously held the position of Regional Vice President - Atlantic Region for the CSSE.

Darrel is also an instructor for the Occupational Health and Safety Diploma Program with the University of New Brunswick. He resides in Quispamsis, New Brunswick with his wife, Karen, and daughter, Briannah.

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