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    Risk-Based Safety Management System: Key Components for Applying Safety Risk to EHS

    2/26/14 12:00 pm CST

    Sponsored by EtQ
    Feb. 26, 12 p.m. Central Time
    Watch the archived presentation below

    When tracking incidents and near misses, most companies perform corrective actions on every event, regardless of its severity. By implementing a risk-based approach, you can filter adverse events – minimizing the number of corrective actions and maximizing your employees' effectiveness.

    Join us for this webinar as we discuss how you can reduce risk within your enterprise Safety Management System. We will look at the concepts behind risk management in safety; how to automate and segregate incidents at their source; and proactively identify, mitigate, and prevent high-risk events. You will learn how to improve compliance, reduce risk, and cut costs in your Safety Management System using these automated tools.


    Key topics will include:

    • Growing EHS trends in safety risk management
    • Best practices in defining risk factors in EHS
    • Why safety risk management is an integral part of EHS compliance
    • Tips for successfully implementing a risk-based Safety Management System for your EHS organization




    Glen Fraser, EHS/Pre-Sales

    Glen Fraser has been involved in the IT industry for over 10 years, and helps demonstrate and shape the EtQ Reliance EHS product as a member of EtQ Pre-Sales.

    Fraser has an extensive background in IT. He has owned his own IT consulting firm, supervised the PC department for a mid-sized municipality, was a college instructor for IT subjects and ran a Microsoft/Novell/Drake-certified technical training center. He holds certifications as an SAP Certified ABAP Developer, A+ Certified Technician, Microsoft Certified Professional (MCP) and Novell CNA.

    Fraser currently provides EHS pre-sales support and training for EtQ and participates in EtQ’s Product Improvement Committee.


    Kyle W. Morrison, Safety+Health magazine

    Kyle W. Morrison, senior associate editor, covers occupational safety and workplace safety regulation for Safety+Health magazine.