Documentation - Rules, regulations, and best practices that dictate how and when to document timelines and events.
Management Principles - Guidelines for the decisions and actions of organization leaders and managers
Training/Adult Learning - Understand how to effectively train and present material to adult learners.
Occupational Health Practices - review, evaluate, and analyze work environments and design programs and procedures to control, eliminate, and prevent disease or injury caused by chemical, physical, and biological agents or ergonomic factors.
Relevant Equipment and Machinery Proficiency - Each organization will present a different composition of equipment or machinery in which the safety technician will need to be proficient, but this is a vital component to the job for any safety technician
Hazardous Chemical Proficiency - Deep functional knowledge and understanding of chemicals that may be hazardous on the job and how to handle them
Physical Safety and Ergonomics Best Practices - Understanding of practices to handling ergonomic needs and approaches to physically and mentally safe work environments