Behaving Safely in the Laboratory:
Understanding Complexities of Building and Sustaining a Culture of Safety
A distance learning opportunity
April 3, 5, and 7, 2017
All sessions are 1:00 – 3:00pm (CDT)
Thru March 16
ABSA Members $220 USD
Nonmembers $250 USD
After March 16
ABSA Members $240 USD
Nonmembers $270 USD
10% off each registration for 3-4 participants from the same organization
20% off each registration for 5-9 participants from the same organization
30% off each registration for 10 or more participants from the same organization
Please contact the ABSA Office for group registration.
Registration is not considered complete and confirmed until payment is received. Your paid registration will be confirmed within 7 working days. Confirmed, paid participants will be sent detailed information regarding the course approximately one week prior to the course. Substitutions allowed with notice by 3/30/2017. There is a 15% processing fee for cancellations before 3/22/2017. Cancellations after 3/22/2017 will be refunded at 50% of the course fee. No refunds after 3/29/2017.
The links to the various invitations for the course will be unique to the user and cannot be shared. The links are for single, individual use only. If more than one occurrence of an individual’s name is on the attendee list for the webinar through WebEx, all instances of that person’s name will be removed from the webinar with no refund. The webinar and its associated links are for single, individual use only.
Behaving Safely in the Laboratory: Understanding the Complexities of Building and Sustaining a Culture of Safety is a 2-hour webinar session for three days. The webinar will be offered Monday, April 3; Wednesday, April 5 and Friday, April 7, 2017. Millions of dollars on engineering. Thousands of dollars on PPE. Hundreds of hours spent writing SOPs – and in one instant all of these controls can be negated with one inappropriate behavior. Behavior is the bridge between written plans and desired outcomes. But what does it take to behave safely? Day 1 will focus on what it takes for an individual to behave safely – as behavior requires five critical items – and without these items – sustained behavior cannot occur. Day 2 will focus on motivating behavior – the differences between leadership and management – and the motivating factors which are extrinsic, systemic, and intrinsic. Day 3 will focus on building and sustaining a ONE SAFE culture – blending the efforts of the workforce, leadership, and safety officials.
Upon completion of this webinar, participants will be able to:
- Discuss the concept of plans + behaviors = outcomes.
- List the five elements needed for sustained behavioral practices.
- Discuss the goal of standard operating procedures/behaviors.
- List expectations for workforce, leadership, and safety officials.
- Discuss systemic, extrinsic, and intrinsic motivating factors of behavior.
- Develop appreciative inquiry questions aimed at identifying program strengths rather than deficiencies.
- Define ONE SAFE culture.
- Discuss the concept of common risks, rules, and rituals for cultural sustainment.
The webinar will be presented by Sean Kaufman, MPH, CPH, Behavior-Based Improvement Solutions.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND
Laboratory Workers, All Biosafety Professionals, Laboratory Management, Occupational Health Personnel, Infection Control Practitioners, Biosecurity Professionals, Facility Personnel and Animal Facility Personnel and Managers
This webinar has been approved for up to 1 CM points toward RBP/CBSP recertification. * ABSA International is approved as a provider of continuing education programs in the clinical laboratory sciences by the ASCLS P.A.C.E.® Program. This course is approved for up to 7.00 P.A.C.E.® contact hours. In order to earn P.A.C.E.® Contact Hours*, you are required to complete all portions of the course, including, attendance during each webinar session, the pre and post assessments, or in course projects (if applicable) and the course evaluation.
Please direct questions about this course to:
Director of Education
(866) 425-1385 (toll free)
E-mail: [email protected]