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1 Department of Environmental and Occupational Health In Class Course Name: Safety and Health Administration Prefix & Number: PHC 6354 Online Class Course Name: HSE Management and Administration Prefix & Number: PHC 6345 Semester: Spring 2015 Version Date: 4 JAN 2015 Course Description: A study of techniques and administrative practices which are instrumental in the initiation and maintenance of programs and procedures that are geared to prevent and reduce work related injuries, illnesses, and discomfort. Credit hours: 2 for PHC 6354 and 3 for PHC 6345 Pre-Requisites: Co-Requisites: None None Location: COPH 2022 for PHC 6354 Instructor Information: Thomas E. Bernard College of Public Health EOH Dept., Room # Bruce B. Downs Blvd. Tampa, FL Office Hours: Monday 3-5 PM Wednesday 4-6 PM By Appointment (813) Instructor 1 Preferred method of contact: ; Phone Syllabus Page 1

2 Tech Assistance Online Course Technical Requirements: Use the Tech Assistance button on the course website. The Tech Assistance button links to the Technical Support page of the Office of Educational Technology & Assessment website at: Select from any of the available options. Students will receive a reply WITHIN 24 hours via phone or based on student preference. During Exams: Technical assistance for exams is supported by ETA. The phone number will be posted on the course website. Students in all online public health courses are expected to meet the basic technology requirements to successfully participate in their courses. Failure to meet these requirements may cause problems accessing the course materials. It is the student's responsibility to ensure all requirements are met prior to the start of the semester. Special Technology Requirements for this course: None Required Materials: Recommended Materials: Pre-requisite technology skills: None None. Some material will be posted for your sole use and is to be destroyed (not retained by you or others in any form) at the end of the class. These include, but are not limited to, the following materials. Course Format: Material from F. A. Manuele. Advanced Safety Management. Hoboken NJ: John Wiley & Sons, Malcolm Baldridge Award Package ANSI Z : Occupational Health and Safety Management Systems ANSI Z : Occupational Health and Safety Management Systems ISO : Quality management systems Requirements ISO : Environmental management systems -- Requirements with guidance for use Injury and Illness Database This course consists of 16 units. Required work is intended to promote the student s synthesis of the materials presented, and will include quizzes for each unit, preparing written assignments for groups of units, preparing a final project, and taking a final exam. For the in-class section, there will be group work activities, and active discussion among students is encouraged. Syllabus Page 2

3 Learning Objectives: (Objectives must be numbered) Upon completion of this course, students will: 1. Be able to identify how each aspect of developing safety and health programs works as an integral part of the entire effort. 2. Understand the role of the ANSI Z-10 standard and its applicability in a work-place environment. 3. Learn how to integrate best practices for the prevention of serious injuries in your workplace. 4. Understand the steps involved to implementing a successful safety management system. 5. Be able to identify the essential components of communicating about risks during a crisis, and understand the role of environmental safety & health professionals. 6. Learn how ethics are integrated into a successful safety management system. 7. Be able to compare the strategies and methods used to evaluate human health 8. Have an understanding of the history of health administration and management and how it relates to current policies and procedures. Assessment Strategies: (Strategies must be numbered) 1. Participation: Students are expected to complete all assigned readings and other preparation activities as scheduled and be fully engaged in class (or discussion board) activities. 2. Quizzes: There will be an objective question quiz on the assigned readings and must be completed before each Wednesday at 6 PM. 3. Unit Discussion Activity Write-up: In-Class: Assigned students will summarize the class activities for distribution to all students. Online students will complete a report on the unit discussion topics. 4. Final Project: Students should display a graduate-caliber paper on an assigned topic. 5. Final Exam: Students will complete the final exam. Syllabus Page 3

4 This course meets the following MPH Core Competencies. Competency Relate the history of health, safety and environmental health issues to current practices and policies Communicate orally and in writing relevant information concerning health, safety and environmental health issues Identify scientific, cultural, political and ethical practices and decisions that may have adverse effects on at-risk human populations or the sensitive ecosystems on each geographical scale Decide between alternatives, or strategies, to minimize or alleviate adverse health, safety and environmental impacts Learning Assessment Objectives Strategies 1, 8 2, 3, 4, 5 3, 5 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 6 2, 3, 4, 5 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 7 2, 3, 4, 5 This course meets the following Interdisciplinary/Cross-cutting Competencies. Collaborate with communication and informatics specialists in the process of design, implementation, and evaluation of public health programs (Communication and Informatics) Engage in dialogue and learning from others to advance public health goals (Leadership) Demonstrate team building, negotiation, and conflict management skills (Leadership) Apply basic principles of ethical analysis (e.g. the Public Health Code of Ethics, human rights framework, other moral theories) to issues of public health practice and policy (Professionalism) 3, 5 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 3, 5, 7 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 3, 5, 7 2, 3, 4, 5 6 2, 3, 4, 5 Syllabus Page 4

5 Grading Scale and Criteria: Grading Policies: Grading Scale: 90% and above = A 80-<90% = B 70-<80% = C 60-<70% = D Less than 60% = F The final grade for the course is based upon total percentage scores of unit quizzes (40%), activity reports (20%), final project (25%), and final exam (15%). Totals will be rounded to the ones place in determining final grade. Online Attendance & Participation: Permission to Use Lectures: COURSE POLICIES For PHC 6354, attendance is mandatory for specified meeting dates. See Institutional Policies section for Emergency Preparedness for Academic Continuity. All unauthorized recordings of class are prohibited. Recordings that accommodate individual student needs must be approved in advance and may be used for personal use during the semester only; redistribution is prohibited. Instructor Expectations: You must read and understand this entire syllabus for this course. You are responsible for complying with all requirements of the course. The reminders we post concerning due dates and group activities are done only as a courtesy. It is your responsibility to be aware of due dates. You are responsible for complying with all requirements of the course. We happily will clarify any issues concerning the syllabus and schedule when asked. There are no makeup quizzes or due dates. Should you have any concerns with the course and schedule, you must inform us by the end of the second week of class. As a graduate student, a high level of professionalism and maturity is expected of you in all aspects of this course. We expect that you will communicate in this fashion with us and your peers. All personal issues, including issues regarding grades, should be directed to the instructor, not to the Discussion Board or other public forum. We rely on you to perform in accordance with the highest academic standards. All work should be submitted in compliance with specific instructions provided, as well as APA guidelines. Your written work should be properly presented, and all references should come from a peer-reviewed journal or a creditable source, not from entities such as Wikipedia. Syllabus Page 5

6 We have a strong policy regarding plagiarism. All written work is sent through TurnItIn or equivalent, which sends its report to us. Any instance of plagiarism may result in a grade of FF. All your work must be submitted on time; no late work will be accepted. Incomplete Policy: COPH policy: Syllabus Page 6

7 Course Calendar Topic Schedule Spring 2015 Date Unit Topic(s) Text Readings & Assignments Jan 7 0 Introduction and Overview Jan 14 1 Quality Management Concepts ISO 9000 and Jan 21 2 OSHA Safety and Health Programs OSHA Voluntary Protection Program (VPP) Jan 28 3 Injury Prevention Concepts Ch. 3 and 4 Ch. 1 and 2 ISO Primer Malcolm Baldridge Award Posted Standards Readings Posted Links Feb 4 4 ANSI Z-10: Sections 1 and 2 ANSI Z-10: Sections 1 and 2 Feb 11 5 ANSI Z-10: Section 3 Ch. 5 and 6 Feb 18 6 ANSI Z-10: Section 4 Ch. 7, 8, 9, 10 Feb 25 7 Injury and Illness Database Analysis Readings Mar 4 Spring Break Mar 11 8 ANSI Z-10: Section 5 Ch. 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16 Mar 18 9 ANSI Z-10: Section 6 Ch. 17, 18, 19 Mar ANSI Z-10: Section 7 Ch. 20 Apr 1 11 NIOSH Total Worker Health Readings Apr 8 12 AIHA Value Strategy Readings Apr Policy Fundamentals Readings Apr Risk Communication Ethics Readings Apr Final Due PHC 6354: Mandatory Meeting Schedule Spring 2015 Date Units Topic Jan 7 0 Introduction and Overview Jan Program Management Systems Feb ANSI Z-10: Sections 1 to 4; Injury and Illness Data Analysis Mar ANSI Z-10: Sections 5 to 7 Apr TWH and Value Strategy Apr Policy, Communication, and Ethics Syllabus Page 7

8 Additional Course Information Review the Instructor Expectations section of this syllabus. Be aware that there are no changes to the due dates you must take the quizzes, give group presentations, and hand in assignments on the dates offered. There are no make-ups. All class and lecture material is the intellectual property of the instructor and students are not permitted to copy, duplicate, or distribute any course materials, in any manner, including electronic or paper documents or lectures or presentations. INSTITUTIONAL POLICIES The most recent version of the Institutional Policies information can be found on the Academic Affairs Forms page at (Fall 2012) Student Handbook: handbook.pdf Student Conduct: Disruption of Academic Process/Academic Integrity of Students: Academic Dishonesty/ Plagiarism: USF Student Rights/Responsibilities: USF Student Code of Conduct: Disruption of the academic process and violations of the policies regarding academic integrity will not be tolerated. Review USF policies on Disruption of the Academic Process and the Academic Integrity of Students at: Plagiarism will not be tolerated and is grounds for failure. Review USF Academic Dishonesty and Disruption of Academic Process Policy at: Undergraduate: Graduate: The University of South Florida has an account with an automated plagiarism detection service (TurnItIn), which allows instructors and students to submit student assignments to be checked for plagiarism. I (the instructor) reserve the right to 1) request that assignments be submitted as electronic files and 2) submit students assignments to TurnItIn, or 3) request students to submit their assignments to TurnItIn through myusf. Assignments are compared automatically with a database of journal articles, web articles, the internet and previously submitted papers. The instructor receives a report showing exactly how a student s paper was plagiarized. With the transition to Canvas, a different detection service may be available. This may or will be used as an alternative. Information will be available through the Canvas website. NOTE: An institution may not release a paper to a plagiarism detection software without the student s prior consent unless all personally identifiable information has been removed, such as a student s name, social security number, student number, etc.. Note that a paper/essay is considered an educational record and an institution may not ask a student to waive their rights under FERPA for the purpose of Syllabus Page 8

9 submitting papers to a plagiarism detection software. For more information about Plagiarism and SafeAssign, visit: Plagiarism tutorial: SafeAssign: Cheating Statement: The USF College of Public Health expects students to maintain academic honesty in all courses. By virtue of being registered in an public health course, students agree to refrain from cheating. If cheating in any form (academic dishonesty) is detected, appropriate action will be taken. (Refer to USF Academic Dishonesty Policy). Undergraduate: Graduate: Undergraduate Academic Policies and Procedures: Special Accommodations: Holidays and Religious Observances: Emergency Preparedness: Student Grievance Procedure: Students in need of academic accommodations for a disability may consult with the office of Services for Students with Disabilities to arrange appropriate accommodations. Students are required to give reasonable notice (typically 5 working days) prior to requesting an accommodation. Students with Disabilities Services: Students: Faculty: In the event of an emergency, it may be necessary for USF to suspend normal operations. During this time, USF may opt to continue delivery of instruction through methods that include but are not limited to: Blackboard, Elluminate, Skype, and messaging and/or an alternate schedule. It s the responsibility of the student to monitor Blackboard site for each class for course specific communication, and the main USF, College, and department websites, s, and MoBull messages for important general information. Review USF Academic Grievance Policy at: Undergraduate: Syllabus Page 9

10 Graduate Student assistance is provided by Division of Student Affairs, Office of the Student Ombudsman. RESOURCES FOR STUDENTS Library Resources: Creating Citations & Using Refworks: APA Citation Style Guide & Tutorial (Undergraduates): Netiquette (online communication etiquette for online courses): Plagiarism & Safe Assign: USF Accounts: USF Library Resources and Services: Shimberg Health Sciences Library: Shimberg Health Sciences Library Tutorials: (follow links under Instructional Services section) Style Guide: Tutorial: See Academic Dishonesty/Plagiarism Section Syllabus Page 10

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