Essentials of Risk Management for OHSE Practitioners is a two-day course that provides the OHSE practitioner with the knowledge, skills and tools to be able to provide effective OHSE-focused risk management advice to company management and to exercise leadership in bringing an understanding the principles of OHSE risk management to the workplace. In this manner, the OHSE practitioner contributes to the building of a Safety Culture within or for his or her business or organization.
|Working on the Risk Registry alone was worth the value of this course because I see how it drives change in OHSE Management. Really appreciated the Risk Management Maturity index too as it shows what organizational components need to be worked on. – Vancouver course participant|
The course exam is provided to participants by email within five business days of course completion. Participants have 4 weeks from the release date to complete the exam, along with a Statement of Independent Completion. This statement shows that the participant has read and understood the exam instructions, and is submitting an independently completed exam, with any and all collaboration and outside resources are acknowledged therein. The exam deadline is final. Only documented emergencies will be considered by the CSSE as extenuating circumstances for any written request for extension. Please note that delay in opening the exam after delivery, new or added work requirements, and holidays/vacation are not considered extenuating circumstances.
Successful completion of CHSC courses requires completion of a CHSC Exam with a minimum 75% standard. Exams require several hours additional time commitment beyond in-class time for the student to demonstrate mastery of the course expectations. The Exam for the Essentials of Risk Management course has technical content questions based on course materials and a Risk Management Case Study wherein the candidate is expected to apply the principles learned on the course.
Thomas Tenkate is an experienced EHS professional, academic, leader, teacher and researcher. He is currently an Associate Professor at the School of Occupational and Public Health (SOPHe), Toronto Metropolitan University (formally Ryerson University). He was also the Director of the SOPHe from July 2011 to June 2020. He has worked in Australia, the USA and now in Canada (plus projects in China, Vietnam, Brazil, and Europe) in the fields of environmental health, public health and occupational health and safety.
He has been an academic for over 19 years (at QUT in Brisbane, Australia, and at Toronto Metropolitan University), and prior to this worked in a variety of government roles for 10 years. Originally qualified as an environmental health officer, he also has qualifications in industrial hygiene, management, education, and risk management, including a Doctor of Public Health from the University of Alabama at Birmingham, USA. He also holds the CRSP, CSP and CRM certifications/designations. He has been involved in a range of professional associations for many years and his research focuses on the assessment and management of human exposure to hazardous agents in the environment, with a focus on occupational settings.