What are the four major areas always in the safety practitioner's mind? Preventing injuries - preventing catastrophic losses - protecting the organization from regulatory problems - and showing value to the organization. This book prepares the safety management practitioner for training in a diverse workforce while creating a program that meets the specific needs of a client or corporation. It evaluates the barriers that a trainer may encounter and offers techniques to overcome them. This book will assist the trainer to create a training program which is geared towards adult learning. Showing that training is hitting the mark through behavioral change supports the overall organization's goals.
Table of Contents
Part I - The Organizational Culture
Providing the Safe Workplace - "It's the right thing to do!"
Regulatory Requirements versus Safety Performance
Empowering the Employee
The Organizations Needs
Part II - Skills and Methods
The Audience, "How do adults learn?"
Barriers to Adult Participation
Putting the Spotlight on the Participants
Presentation Techniques That Work
Alternative Methods of Instruction
The S.A.T. (Systems Approach to Training) Methods
Part III - Evaluation and Performance
How and What to Evaluate?
When to Evaluate
Level IV - The Mental Risk Assessment