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How to Write a
Safety Policy Manual
All companies, large or small, are required to have written safety
and health policies. Many companies either have outdated safety
and health manuals or none at all. This course will assist students
in developing and/or upgrading a safety and health manual. Learn
why a company manual is needed, where to get the information
needed and how to start wording policies that will be specific
toward each students company. Participants will receive training
and software that will assist them in writing their manual. It is
suggested to bring a laptop to the class.
CRN:60870
(1
session)
Thursday, March 6
9:00
AM-12:00PM
SVCC-Room 2K2
Instructor-Jeff Clark
$200 (includes software)
Safety Committee and
Accident Investigation
Has your safety committee become stagnant, ineffective, or
have the meetings turned into more an argument session? This
program will help students get their safety committee back on
track. The class will focus on employee participation, the value
of team building, safety program development including required
written programs, performing job hazard analysis, planning
and conducting meetings, and communication. Class includes
accident investigation and prevention from the investigators and/
or investigative team’s point of view. Investigators will become
familiar with effective investigative procedures of finding the root
cause and implementing corrective actions.
CRN:60871
(1
session)
Thursday, March 13 1:00-4:00PM
SVCC-Room 2K2
Instructor-Jeff Clark
$135
NFPA 70E-Electrical
Safety-Related Work Practices
This course is directed to qualified and unqualified persons
working on or near electrical energized equipment and risk the
possibility of electrical shock. This training will include the
following topics: understanding the OSHA Subpart S Electrical
standard and NFPA’s 70E Arch Flash requirements including
required personal protective equipment, developing energy
control procedures (Lock Out 29 CRF 1910.147) and the required
annual inspections.
CRN:60872
(1
session)
Thursday, March 13
9:00
AM-12:00PM
SVCC-Room 2K2
Instructor-Jeff Clark
$135
Developing a Powerful Resume
If you’ve never written a resume before, or it’s been a while since
you updated your existing one, this workshop is sure to help
you. You’ll learn how to create an effective resume that not only
looks professional but communicates your transferrable skills to
potential employers. Your resume is an important job-hunting
tool; its purpose is to market yourself to potential employers.
Learn how to write a job specific resume too.
CRN:60873
(1
session)
Tuesday, February 18 4:00-4:50PM
SVCC-Room 2L06
Instructor-Anita Carney
$5/Students Free
Letters: Cover Letters, Interest
Letters & Follow-up Letters
A cover letter is a necessary compliment to your resume. This
workshop will help you understand what a cover letter should
include and how to customize it to a specific job. Follow-up
contacts are a workplace necessity in an impacted economy. Get
tips on how to make them effective for you.
CRN:60874
(1
session)
Tuesday, March 4
4:00-4:50
PM
SVCC-Room 2L06
Instructor-Anita Carney
$5/Students Free
Interview Do’s and Don’ts
Want to know more about interviewing and how to improve
your skills? Join us to learn interviewing techniques and what
employers say makes for a successful interview. Get information
and familiarize yourself with the type of initial interview and
potential questions you might face. This workshop will assist you
in preparing for an upcoming interview. The workshop covers
pre-interview preparation, interview structure, question and
answer preparation, and post-interview etiquette.
CRN:60875
(1
session)
Tuesday, March 18
4:00-4:50
PM
SVCC-Room 2L06
Instructor-Anita Carney
$5/Students Free
Fire Science
Non-Credit Classes for Spring 2014
For more information on classes available this spring
or to register, call Jeff at 815-994-6184 or
email
Prepare for SVCC’S
Career Fair April 17