The National Center for Construction Education and Research (NCCER), Gainesville, Fla., will host an academy for safety management professionals Sept. 19-25, 2009, at Clemson University, Clemson, S.C.
Conducted at a remote lakeside setting, NCCER’s Safety Management Academy is designed for both corporate safety directors and experienced field safety coordinators and provides the philosophy, operating knowledge, and techniques necessary to design and implement a quality construction safety program for contractors.
Academy tuition is $2,795 and includes lodging, meals, course materials, transportation, and activities. Participants experience an intense, one-week session of group projects, team-building exercises, case studies, and networking opportunities. Participants will also receive six continuing education units, a 30-hour OSHA card, and a certificate of completion from NCCER’s National Registry.
More than 3,000 management personnel representing more than 600 companies worldwide have attended NCCER’s Construction Management Academies.