Ga Tech Learning Series Continues with Lecture on Safety Management Systems

Press release from the issuing company

Thursday, December 18th, 2014

WHAT:  Georgia Tech Learning Series: “Safety Management Systems: Affect the Bottom Line Beyond Compliance.” The Georgia Tech Learning Series continues in Savannah February 2015 with a session on safety and health in the workplace. Worker safety is not just about regulatory compliance but should be part of your business model. Change the way your organization views safety and see the benefits to the bottom line. Senior leadership, safety professionals and human resources managers will learn the following: how safety and health impacts your business’s bottom line; how to manage safety like a business function; how to mitigate risk; and how to develop a systematic approach to safety and health management that benefits your worker beyond worker safety. 

WHEN: February 12, 2015, 11:30 a.m. - 1:30 p.m 

WHERE: Georgia Tech-Savannah

210 Technology Circle

Savannah, Georgia 31407

WHO: The session will be led by James Howry, principal research associate with the Georgia Tech Research Institute’s Safety and Health Consultation Program and an instructor at the OSHA Training Institute Education Center. He received an M.S. in management from Georgia Tech and a B.S. in criminal justice from University of Nebraska-Lincoln. 

MORE INFORMATION: $45 per person, including lunch. To register, visit