Supervisory Safety Development Program (SSDP)- Facilitator: Mike Ezzell
Program code: ASSP Workshop
The SSDP curriculum, which includes 16 flexible instructional modules that can be taught in any order. Each module focuses on critical requirements for safety improvement in the workplace and includes discussion of management approaches and regulatory issues that apply. SSDP addresses leadership and management philosophies, empowered employees and self-directed teams, and hazard control and risk reduction, as well as other current ideas in effective practices that help improve and sustain safety performance.
A key feature of the program requires participants to demonstrate they have acquired the knowledge and skills from training and are prepared to implement them in the workplace. Participants can gauge their understanding by answering self-check questions at the end of each module. Facilitators can evaluate learning and retention using each module’s participant exam and a cumulative course exam.
The 2-day course covers instruction on facilitating and content of eight of the following 16 modules: 1. Safety Management 2. Communication 3. Safety and Health Training 4. Employee Involvement 5. Safety and Health Inspections 6. Incident Investigation 7. Industrial Hygiene 8. Personal Protective Equipment 9. Ergonomics 10. GHS Hazard Communication 11. Regulatory Issues 12. Machine Safeguarding 13. Hand Tools and Portable Power Tools 14. Materials Handling and Storage 15. Electrical Safety 16. Fire Safety
Assessment and Certification
On successful completion of the workshop, the participant will receive an attendance certificate from American Society of Safety Professionals.
This course is open to all personnel who need to gain knowledge on process safety management including: • Safety Professionals • Project Managers, • Process, Chemical, Mechanical Engineers, • Loss Prevention & Security, • Supervisors, Team leaders • Operating Staff and employees in general.