Why Should You Attend:
Webinar participants will learn:
If the answer to any of the following questions makes you uncomfortable about how well your company is correcting deficiencies, that’s a good start. Identifying the need for improvement is the first step. The stakes are high. Failing to properly address regulatory deficiencies can earn you fines, shutdowns and an adversarial relationship with your regulators. In addition, any poorly handled deficiency, regardless of its origin, can result in serious preventable incidents, law suits, distrustful employees and lost improvement opportunities. So, ask yourself the following:
This webinar will help attendees effectively address all of the above issues in a practical and cost- effective manner. Missed deadlines and unfixed deficiencies are costly, not just in potential fines and citations, but also in lost productivity and credibility. Few companies can afford such a loss, and, as webinar participants will learn, they don’t have to.
This course provides a roadmap for ensuring that required corrective actions don’t fall through the cracks, and, actually fix the issues that spawned them. Every company is likely to own corrective actions designated by its regulators and the best companies also actively encourage their workers to identify hazards as well as improvement opportunities. That can add up to a daunting array of issues to manage.
Many companies, even relatively small ones, have difficulty keeping up with their commitments and end up missing regulatory deadlines, “fixing” the same problem over and over again and failing to prioritize needed corrections. Regulatory noncompliance, missed deadlines, wasted time and money on ineffective fixes and disillusioned employees are often the result.
The webinar will focus on environmental and safety issues but the concepts discussed are directly applicable to any organizational function.
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Who Will Benefit:
All managers and supervisors responsible for ensuring regulatory compliance and continuous improvement.
James Loud, MPH, MS, CSP. Mr. Loud has over 40 years of hands-on experience in a wide variety of management and Environmental Safety Health positions. Management experience includes direct responsibility for critical organization-wide programs such as worker safety, quality assurance, nuclear safety oversight, training, independent assessment and regulatory compliance. Mr. Loud served as the corporate lead for nuclear safety oversight at the Tennessee Valley Authority and as director of the Performance Assurance Division for the Los Alamos National Laboratory.
Mr. Loud is a frequent and sought after speaker at national and international conferences, webinars and university classrooms. He has authored numerous articles and papers for professional health and safety and general industry publications on a variety of topics including corrective action management.
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