Dates: March 5-7, 2019
Meets: Tu, W and Th from 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM
Location: Associated Contractors of New Mexico
24 Hours | $895
Contract Price: $11,000
This course will use a combination of illustrated case studies, lectures, and individual and group exercises to introduce students to the various facets, methodologies, tools, and practical applications of risk-informed decision making. One goal of the course is to help students make better risk-informed decisions by introducing more structured decision-making processes that focuses on five critical, yet interrelated, steps: identifying potential undesired outcomes; assigning an order-of-magnitude consequence severity to each outcome; assigning an order-of-magnitude occurrence likelihood to each outcome; assessing total risk magnitude; making risk-informed decisions based on assessed risk magnitudes.
|Course Fee (Basic)||Full Fee||$ 895.00|
Associated Contractors of New Mexico
6135 Edith Boulevard NE
Albuquerque, NM 87107
Contact: Dino Franco, Safety & Training Director
Phone: (505) 344-2072 Ext. 19
Fax: (505) 344-1554
Romell JacksonRomell K. Jackson's credentials in Environmental Safety, Risk Management, Loss Prevention, Loss Control, and Safety Culture span more than 17 years. He holds a Bachelor's Degree in Industrial Technology and has served in multiple consultation and management roles for Fortune 1000 companies. Mr. Jackson's development and oversight of day-to-day implementation of corporate training, safety policies and loss control programs make him a uniquely qualified subject matter expert serving on the faculty of the MC101 course series.