Event Date/Time: Apr 01, 2013 / 12:30 pm - (EST) End Date/Time: Apr 04, 2013 / 7:00 pm - (EST)
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This course explores methodologies for preventing or reducing occupational injuries and fatalities through the inclusion of prevention considerations into the building lifecycle, particularly the design process.  

Participants in this course will gain the skills necessary for implementing design for safety initiatives though hands-on sessions, case studies, and workshops. The management techniques and enhanced knowledge of standards and best practices gained during this program will translate into increased efficiency and profitability through decreased accidents and lower costs for your company, your customers, and your facility operators.


Who Should Participate

Any organizations or professionals involved in conceptualizing, designing, reviewing, or constructing a facility will directly benefit from this program. Applicable professions include, but are not limited to:

  • Architects
  • Building Planners and Designers
  • Construction Managers
  • Construction Users
  • Design Firm Partners
  • Engineers
  • Project Managers
  • Property and Facility Managers
  • Safety Professionals

Upon Completion, Participants Will Be Able To:

  • Collaborate with other construction disciplines to identify safety requirements and eliminate hazards to workers and occupants
  • Create innovative approaches, including technology and resource management, to minimize risks associated with construction and facility operations
  • Apply strategies and best practices during each phase of construction
  • Participate in constructability analyses to identify risks and challenges and develop strategies to ensure worker safety


651 Huntington Avenue
United States

Additional Information

Program fees

$1,795.00: if payment received by March 25, 2013
$1,895.00: if payment received after March 25, 2013