Continuing Education Units (CEUs)
Course is Part of this Program
Construction Risk Management and Safety Certificate
Course Dates & Locations
Online beginning: July 9, 2018,
October 15, 2018,
January 7, 2019,
April 25, 2019
*Registrations received later than three days after published course start dates will be enrolled in the next available course
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Learn how and why accidents occur on construction sites, while covering how to assess company-wide and site-specific hazards. An emphasis is placed on preventing and controlling these accidents and hazards, since that’s critical to an effective risk management and safety programs.
Model safety and health programs are presented, allowing students to compare their company's program to industry best practices. Emerging safety issues are explored and include green construction, emergency response, Hispanic workers, and unmanned aerial vehicles.
Because safety risks affect every individual and department, professionals working in various capacities across the construction industry can benefit from this knowledge including:
"Even though the class is online, your passion for safety and well-being of people in the workplace is very evident."
"Zero Accidents Today. This is a perspective that I didn't consider before. As Trip says, 'it's the only goal you need.' I will use this slogan to remind my team of the importance of working safely every day."
"The class provided me with a better perspective of safety on the job site and certainly filled some of the gaps I had in safety knowledge."
Francis "Trip" Lawton
Trip Lawton brings a unique combination of experience as a construction worker, government regulator, company safety director, and insurance risk control consultant to this course. He has a bachelor's degree from Clemson University, a master's degree in Environmental Health and Safety from the University of Minnesota and has earned the Certified Safety Professional and Associate in Risk Management designations.