Event Date/Time: Apr 15, 2004
End Date/Time: Apr 16, 2004
During this program, conveniently held in Washington, DC, you will learn the principles and practices behind methods used to evaluate environmental, health and safety regulations, including benefit-cost, cost-effectiveness, risk, and life-cycle analysis. The program will also cover OMB’s newly released guidance for federal regulatory analysis. Harvard Center for Risk Analysis is noted for its role in promoting the use of benefit-cost, cost-effectiveness, and risk analysis for government regulation.
Why You Should Attend
Learn to better understand regulatory impact analysis and evaluate its validity by familiarizing yourself with the methods used in the analysis. With both federal and state regulations being increasingly subjected to risk-benefit-cost analysis, you need to keep pace with the latest advances in the analytic tools in current use. Whether you represent private or public interests, you need to know how the methods in use color the eventual conclusions.
Who Should Attend
The curriculum is appropriate for those working to define, evaluate, and understand environmental, health, and safety regulations, including:
Continuing Education Credits
2.0 CEUs, Harvard School of Public Health
The Harvard School of Public Health is the designated site of a National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH) Education and Research Center (ERC) for Occupational Safety and Health.