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SCAIHA Ethics Training

  • Job Fair Bot
  • Long Beach, CA
  • Dec 22, 2017
Multi-Employer General Business

Event Description

Overview: Every day we are faced with making decisions that challenge our ethics as people, alignment with our organizations, and our credibility as EHS professionals. Conflict between ethical behavior and alignment with the interests of our employers can sometimes become quite challenging. This presentation will explore and help provide a guideline for acting in an ethical manner beholden to EHS professionals. Enhance your understanding of ethics, how you can be unwittingly be persuaded into unethical behavior, and retain credibility along the way for an enriched career. Learning Objectives: At the end of this class, attendees will be able to accomplish the following: Demonstrate a general understanding of ethics as they conduct their work in the EHS profession. Utilize ethical behavior practices that adds to the value of our profession without compromise. Know how to exercise ethical behavior to professionally manage interdisciplinary relationships. Class Outline: Class overview and introduction to Ethics What ethics means Practices and behavior that depict ethics Organizational and personal impacts of ethical actions Principles of Ethics What EHS professionals should hold paramount Honesty, fairness and impartiality Role of integrity and its implications to EHS professional practices Undertaking of Assignments & Seeking Constructive Opportunities Undertaking of assignments when qualified Sharing of knowledge and skill Working for the advancement of safety Interdisciplinary Relationships & How to Manage Them Conduct of professional relations in the highest standards Acting in a manner without bias regard Communicating in a non-deceptive, discrete disclosing manner James Boretti, CSP, President, Boretti, Inc. With over 30 years of experience, James has an extensive background in the field of Safety & Health. James is currently President of Boretti, Inc., a SHE professional firm that designs, develops and implements safety, health and environmental solutions. He has successfully consulted with a wide range of clients and industries, including healthcare, manufacturing, television, construction and agricultural environments. James is a frequent speaker for organizations such as the American Society of Safety Engineers. He is a Certified Safety Professional (CSP), Regional Vice President of Region 1 for ASSE, a Professional Member of the American Society of Safety Engineers (ASSE), Past-President of the Central Valley & Orange County Chapters, Past ARVP of Finance ROC I and past member of the ASSE Finance Committee, and ASSE Instructor for Safety Management I & II.

Event Date

Jan 18, 2018