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Safety Training Basics: A Handbook for…

Safety Training Basics: A Handbook for Safety Training Program Development

by James E. Roughton

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0865876991, Paperback)

Based on OSHA's Training Model, Safety Training Basics simplifies the task of complying with more than 100 OSHA training requirements. The authors provide you with specific guidelines for establishing an effective training program, including developing a training program specifically for your site, determining and achieving your safety goals, and designing a training curriculum and developing a presentation.

Organized into six major parts, this book provides an overview of safety and health training and covers management aspects of safety-and-health program development, model training guidelines, job hazard analysis, and putting method into practice.

Appendices include OSHA training requirements by industry, OSHA's civil penalty policy, state with approved plans, contact information for OSHA regional offices, and a sample lesson plan and sample test.

For your convenience, you'll find additional training resources that you can use while you're developing your own training program.

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