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Course Title: Maintaining, Sustaining, and Improving Your SOHMS

Course Type: Webinars

Objective: This webinar focuses on various strategies and best practices to keep your safety and occupational health management (SOHMS) up to date, with an emphasis on continuous improvement. It discusses the importance of periodically evaluating your SOHMS and provides strategies to analyze SOHMS performance and identify areas needing improvement. It also covers SOHMS-related communication and documentation best practices to sustain your safety and health (S&H) culture.

Pre-Requisites: This advanced-level webinar will benefit personnel wanting to learn more about continually improving their SOHMS and maintaining a world class safety culture. Attendees should have an intermediate understanding of their required SOHMS documentation and SOHMS self-evaluation process prior to this webinar. Personnel gaining the most benefit from this presentation may include top leadership, supervisors, employees with S&H responsibilities, Employee safety committee members, and safety professionals.


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Course Start Date: Feb 16 2023 13:00 EST

Course End Date: Feb 16 2023 14:00 EST

Location: CTC MS Teams: Link to come week of event for registrants

Presenter:

Alyssa Gormish

Concurrent Technologies Corporation (CTC) Safety and Environmental Professional, DoD Safety Management Center of Excellence (SMCX) (Contractor)

Ms. Gormish has been with CTC since 2008 and the SMCX program since 2012, supporting all DoD Services and Agencies. She also has experience conducting environmental, energy, and resource management projects for CTC clients



SME:

Paul Savage

CTC Principal Safety Professional, DoD SMCX (Contractor)

Paul has been with CTC and the SMCX program for nearly 15 years and supports both Army and Navy sites. He is a certified master trainer and holds a master’s degree in leadership from Columbia Southern University. Over the years, Paul assisted several worksites with achieving and sustaining SOHMS recognition – bringing home best practice ideas and improvements to share with others

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Amy Johnson

VPP Program Manager, Robins AFB 402d Electronics Maintenance Group (EMXG)

As program manager, Amy leads and manages a highly successful OSHA VPP Star Site program for the 402d EMXG, the only VPP Star site on Robins AFB. Provides information, in person daily, to employees and management of all levels regarding safety, morale concerns, and improvement ideas



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