This course deals with extending the responsibilities of safety program policy and administration in organizational cultures. In some jurisdictions, "joint safety committees" are a regulatory requirement, while in others, they are a vehicle to improve corporate culture and enhance mutual trust/respect across the hierarchy. Those in roles responsible for producing results for the safety program require a rich understanding of the human qualities of communication, trust, power-sharing, and engagement, regardless of whether an issue is compliance -or policy- related.

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