Upon course completion, students will be able to:
1. Explicate how the U.S. Constitution was forged (competing principles proposed, compromises made), its theoretical construct, and its current practical application.
2. Comprehend the functioning of the United States common law system, together with both criminal and civil procedures.
3. Articulate federal/state development of statutory and common law efforts/implementation directed toward workplace employee safety.4. Identify employer rights, defenses, and options in employer implementation/compliance with applicable federal/state statutory/regulatory safe workplace standards;
5. Have a working familiarity with federal/state laws protecting applicants/employees from workplace discrimination;
6. Evaluate and develop effective workplace safety programs that ensure compliance with governmental mandates/standards.
7. Exhibit an appreciation for both personal and company potential workplace safety liability issues, and assess various protection strategies/options for both company/organization asset protection.
8. Discern issue identification of potential legal liability considerations collateral to safety.