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Objectives • Skills for planning, conducting, and evaluating training • Characteristics of adult learners • Resources for safety training materials • Various teaching methods • Creating audio-visual materials • Presentation skills
Agenda Day 1 Stages of designing training Resources for safety training Audio-visual materials Day 2 Training documentation Training methods Presentation Skills
Three Stagesin Designing Training • Planning • Conducting • Evaluating
Planning • Content: What are you going to train? • Audience: Who are you going to train? • Resources: What do you need? • Evaluation; What feedback do you want?
Aim your Instruction at the Bull’s Eye!! Must know Should know Like to know Helpful to know
Retention Rates • Hands-on 90% • Lecture w/participation 70% • Lecture only 20%
Resources • Time • Space • Money • Staff • Equipment/Materials • Management support
Classroom Style Front
Table Cluster Front
U - Shape Front
Modified Classroom Front
Resources for Safety Materials • Division of Safety & Hygiene • OSHA • NIOSH
Accident Costs • Direct costs - Medical, lost time compensation, and reserves and premium increases • Indirect costs - loss of quality employees, hiring & training temporary/new employees, down time, overtime, equipment costs • Indirect costs are 4-10 times direct costs
Accident Costs What does it cost to recover a claim cost of $30,000 if a company is operating on a 5% profit margin?
Accident Costs Sales required to cover direct costs $30,000/0.05 = $600,000
Using Videos • Selecting a video • Previewing a video • Introducing the video • Showing the video • Discussing the video
Visual Aid Guidelines • One idea per visual • No more than seven words per line • No more than seven lines per visual • Simple short words • Big and readable letters