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Industrial Health and Safety

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Fall 2019

  • 10/18, 8am - 5pm, Protecting Your Hearing in the Workplace, Center for Risk Management- In this class we will cover hearing loss prevention; noise induced hearing loss development and effects; in-depth analysis of hearing protective devices: determining record-ability of a STS (Standard Threshold Shift); principles of noise, noise measurement, and engineering controls which includes noise measurement equipment and procedures for measuring noise demonstration. Various types of hearing protection and measuring devices will be demonstrated. This class is taught by J. Sanders. Contact: riskmanagement@com.edu, 409-933-8365. Registration form. Sponsored byTexas Mutual Insurance .

  • 11/1, 8am - 5pm, Worker’s Compensation – Initial Documentation through Return-to-Work , Center for Risk Management- It is essential to properly report and document every on-the-job injury. From the initial filing of the Texas DWC-1, Employer's First Report of Injury or Illness to making a Bona Fide Offer of Employment there are many pitfalls to avoid. Understanding how to correctly report the incident details can make the difference in the acceptance or denial of the incident by your workers' compensation carrier. In the end, returning injured employees back to work as soon as medically possible following an injury is a major goal of the workers' compensation system and all case managers. Workers' compensation case managers should always seek to provide the best possible outcome for both the employee and employer. This class is taught by N. Stuart. Contact: riskmanagement@com.edu, 409-933-8365. Registration form. Sponsored by Texas Mutual Insurance.

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