Managing safety, risks, and quality are components that begin on day one and are embedded throughout the development of any UVM program and project. Regardless of your role within the industry, leaders and managers must consider all aspects of safety and risk: safety and risk for the electrical system, safety and risk for the worker, safety and risk for the general public, and safety and risk for the environment. This course introduces safety as a concept of workplace culture. You will learn and practice the processes utilized to manage safety, risk, and quality assurance. These management tools and techniques will ensure that your program meets the challenges of today’s complex work environments aligning with best practices and ROW Stewardship.
- Explain program safety management related to utility vegetation management.
- Discover a culture of safety and develop a safety management plan related to utility vegetation management.
- Examine, explain and outline a program risk management process as it relates to utility vegetation management.
- Outline, assess and develop hazard risk asseement plans
as it relates to utility vegetation management.
- Outline, examine, explain and deveolop a program quality management plan as it relates to utility vegetation management.
This 10-week course is 100% online using a combination of tutorials, discussions, and projects.
This course is designed for utility vegetation management professionals or individuals looking to enter the field. Previous experience with utility vegetation management, arboriculture, or forestry is beneficial but not required.
Pre-requisite: Successful completion of
UVM Scope, Cost and Procurement Management course.