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Management of Change

Dates: April 16-18, 2019

Meets: First Two Days 8:00-5:00; Last Day 8:00-12:00

Location: UT Arlington TBA

Fee: $595.00


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SH 925
Management of Change

20 Hours | $595

Contract Price: $7,000


The management of change (MOC) is a control associated with industries covered by the Process Safety Management standard. Change is essential to a company's productivity and needs to be managed. All industries can benefit operationally by implementing methods to manage changes to equipment, procedures, materials, and process conditions. This two and half day course will present methods to identify, review approve, and implement changes within a management of change program through a series of excerises. After completing this course, students will have tools to develop a management of change process.


  • Participants must present a government-issued photo ID in order to attend this training.

Fee: $595.00

UT Arlington TBA

Continuing Education and Workforce Development (CEWF)
140 W. Mitchell Street
Arlington, Texas 76019

Marsie De Oliveira

Marsie De Oliveira is a Board Certified Safety Professional (CSP) and has a Master of Science degree in Environment, Safety and Health from the University of Miami. As a Department of Energy (DOE) Facility Representative, she provided oversight to 25 DOE defense program facilities at Sandia National Laboratories. As a Lieutenant Commander in the United States Navy Reserve, she served as an Environmental Health and Industrial Hygiene Officer. For over 25 years, Marsie De Oliveira has provided workplace exposure monitoring, job hazard analyses, management and program development and training services to the civilian and government sectors in environment, safety and health. Prior to starting her own company, Ms. De Oliveira provided engineering consulting services focused on facility and operational performance to Department of Energy sites across the United States for Epsilon Systems Solutions (ESS). Additionally, Ms. De Oliveira has served as an Environmental Health Officer in the United States Navy Reserves. Industrial Hygienist for Duke University and Industrial Hygienist/Safety Engineer at the Idaho National Engineering Laboratory. Ms. De Oliveira has presented at safety and health conferences and served on various safety committees. Currently, Marsie provides technical support and training at National Nuclear Security Administration (NNSA) sites, is an Instructor for the University of Texas at Arlington, and is the the owner of De Oliveira Enterprises, a business that provides services to companies looking for environmental, occupational safety and industrial hygiene excellence. During her career, she has presented at safety and health conferences and served on various safety engineering committees. She is a member of the American Society of Safety Professionals and volunteers in the Civil Air Patrol as a Squadron Safety Officer.