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Safety training basics : a handbook for safety training program development

Author: James E Roughton; Nancy E Whiting
Publisher: Rockville, Md. : Government Institutes, ©2000.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English
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Simplifies the task of complying with over 100 OSHA training requirements and provides managers with specific guidelines for establishing an effective training program. Explains how to develop a site-specific training program by matching training content and methods to management needs and job hazards. Offers a framework for designing a training curriculum that covers all aspects of a training program, including  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Handbooks and manuals
Handbooks, manuals, etc
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: James E Roughton; Nancy E Whiting
ISBN: 0865876991 9780865876996
OCLC Number: 44313454
Description: xxi, 272 pages : illustrations ; 28 cm
Contents: Part 1. Safety and health training : an overview. Where to begin --
Part 2. Management aspects of safety and health program development. OSHA's voluntary guidelines for safety management --
Management for worker safety --
Part 3. Model training guidelines. OSHA's model basics --
Training guideline steps --
Matching training to employees --
Recordkeeping for training --
Part 4. The job hazard analysis. Beginning a job hazard analysis --
Breaking down the job --
Part 5. Putting method into practice. Beyond the OSHA model --
Assessing training needs --
Training implementation and evaluation --
Instructional techniques --
Using training aids --
Presentation skills --
Classroom management --
Evaluation --
Part 6. Final words. Final thoughts on training and training methods.
Responsibility: James Roughton and Nancy E. Whiting.

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Simplifies the task of complying with over 100 OSHA training requirements and provides managers with specific guidelines for establishing an effective training program. Explains how to develop a site-specific training program by matching training content and methods to management needs and job hazards. Offers a framework for designing a training curriculum that covers all aspects of a training program, including organizing training methods, choosing audio and visual aids, arranging and handling a classroom, and evaluating the success of a course. Includes many checklists, and appendices of requirements and policies.

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