Everyone knows that traffic tickets can result in court appearances, fines, and higher insurance costs. However, you may have additional options in Mecklenburg, Wake, and select other North Carolina counties that can save you money while improving your driving. Since 1989 our Safe Driving Program has provided drivers with potential reductions on a traffic violation in exchange for completing the 4-hour National Safety Council Defensive Driving Course.
This Certificate helps you maximize your effectiveness as a safety manager and leader, target the technical and management safety skills you want to develop, and learn to use your knowledge of best practices to take your safety program to a new and more powerful level. The core courses in this Certificate program give you a solid foundation of knowledge to meet all your safety challenges. Choose the electives you need for more in-depth review of specific safety topics. And step out on a path towards greater accomplishment and recognition.
Full-time safety practitioners, safety committee members, safety coordinators, safety specialists, human resources, safety managers, loss control managers, and operations managers.
The Advanced Safety Certificate is a nationally recognized professional achievement. As a certificate holder, you are awarded an engraved plaque from the National Safety Council to display in your office.
At the Safety and Health Council of North Carolina, you will receive the added advantage of instruction from leading industry professionals straight from the front lines, dealing with the day-to-day problems inherent in the safety field. In addition, you will spend 4 days with your peers from a variety of businesses and industries, large and small, exchanging ideas, working on problems and solutions. These people will be another resource for you to call in the future. Earning this certificate is an investment in your future as a safety and health professional.
Step 1: Complete the core course - Principles of Occupational Safety and Health (POSH) - 2.6 CEU's
Step 2: Take a minimum of 5.2 CEU's:
Q: Does OSHA consider computer based training without a hands-on skill component or verification of competent skill performance acceptable for meeting basic first aid and CPR requirements of OSHA First Aid Standards?
A: Online training alone would not meet the requirements of these training standards ...
These standards require training in physical skills, such as bandaging or CPR. The only way these skills can be learned is by physically practicing them. For a full copy of the letter please click here...