Continuing Safety Education (formerly Advanced Loss Control)

NRECA will not be hosting the traditional Continuing Safety Education workshop in 2018. Instead, we encourage Certified Loss Control Professionals (CLCPs) and other safety leaders to attend the 2018 Safety Leadership Summit and also participate in the various pre-summit workshops. The traditional Continuing Safety Education workshop will return in 2019. 

Continuing Safety Education is replacing the Advanced Loss Control Internship. This three-day interactive program is designed for Certified Loss Control Professionals and other safety personnel. The program focuses on real-world issues, strategies, and tools for improving safety performance for those leading the safety function at their co-op.  Topics change from year to year, enabling participants who return from year to year to stay on top of their game regarding how they manage safety, or support others in safety leadership. 

Leading Safety Improvement Teams and Safety Committees ​

Continuous safety improvement requires a team effort from everyone at the electric co-op. But somebody has to be the leader and people are probably expecting you to make it happen. Let’s face it, one person can’t do it all. At the end of this workshop, participants will be better skilled to lead safety improvement teams, safety committees, and other working groups by embracing their leadership role, using a formal process, demonstrating outstanding interpersonal communication skills, and artfully applying meeting planning and facilitation tools.

See "Program Description and Fees" for the complete course description.


Prerequisite for Program: None. Preference will be given to those holding the Certified Loss Control Professional (CLCP) credential.

Continuing Safety Education Credit: This workshop will fulfill the annual continuing safety education requirement for those who hold the CLCP credential.

Contact Us:

Program Information
Perron Nicholas

Registration Contact
Accounts Receivable Department

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