Course Overview

This fast-paced course will explore the multi-faceted world of the Safety, Environmental, and Risk Management professions using an "A to Z" course outline spanning Active Shooter survival techniques to implementing a Z10 Safety Management performance improvement system -- and everything in between. Interactive hands-on exercises with safety equipment will be conducted using CDC up-to-date COVID-19 best practices for social distancing, personal protective equipment, and guidance from local safety professionals.

Key Topics:

  • Historical: from "wild-wild-west" era to modern-day worker safety practices
  • Legal/Regulatory: CDC, EPA, FEMA, GHS, NFPA, PPE, OSHA
  • Emergency Response: Active Shooter, Fire, Health, Medic, Police, Risk Management
  • Continuity of Operations: Incident Command System, Pandemic response
  • Interactive: AED, CPR, Fire Extinguisher training, Safety Jeopardy "A to Z" topics
  • Resources: American Society of Safety Professionals (aka Engineers) and more


  • Recall "watershed events" that have led to modern day safety practices
  • Recognize Regulatory Agencies' points-of-emphasis and program initiatives
  • List strategies to reduce harm in Active Shooter, Fire, Health & Life Safety crisis
  • Understand various safety systems and their potential value to an organization
  • Develop a personal Professional Development Plan (PDP) for Safety & Risk
  • Have fun & enjoy implementing techniques shared during the course
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Advisory Board

Course curriculum is developed in consultation with our Professional Development Advisory Board of subject matter experts, faculty, and industry practitioners.

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