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How to Implement Management of Change (MOC)

Dave Paoletta

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Last Updated: March 20, 2020

Major change is bound to happen in any organization, no matter how big or small. Events such as a transition in leadership, corporate expansion, product changes, or technical equipment upgrades can have a dramatic impact.

Management of Change (MOC) is a formalized process for leading your employees through a smooth and safe change process.


Dave Paoletta

Author:

David Paoletta, MS, MBA, CSP, CUSP, is a research analyst and subject matter expert for Safesite, a safety management software company based in San Francisco, CA. He is also a principal consultant with New Dimensions in Safety in Alameda, CA. David has extensive utility field safety experience with PG&E and PNM New Mexico. He is a Past NM ASSE SPY Award winner and a Past President of the San Francisco Chapter ASSE.

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