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  • Small group exercise encourages those with more knowledge to support those who have knowledge gaps, language issues, etc.
  • Visual: Integrates video and images Auditory : Narrates audio (optional) Kinesthetic : Requires clicking to advance
  • Visual: Integrates video and images Auditory : Narrates audio (optional) Kinesthetic : Requires clicking to advance
  • Visual: Integrates video and images Auditory : Narrates audio (optional) Kinesthetic : Requires clicking to advance
  • Visual: Integrates video and images Auditory : Narrates audio (optional) Kinesthetic : Requires clicking to advance
  • Visual: Integrates video and images Auditory : Narrates audio (optional) Kinesthetic : Requires clicking to advance
  • Visual: Integrates video and images Auditory : Narrates audio (optional) Kinesthetic : Requires clicking to advance
  • Visual: Integrates video and images Auditory : Narrates audio (optional) Kinesthetic : Requires clicking to advance
  • Visual: Integrates video and images Auditory : Narrates audio (optional) Kinesthetic : Requires clicking to advance
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Developing effective safety training for a changing audience Developing effective safety training for a changing audience Presentation Transcript

  • Developing Effective SafetyTraining for a Changing Audience Presented by Debbie M. Decker, Chemical Safety Officer University of California, Davis American Chemical Society 2012 Spring National Meeting
  • Our Changing Audience
  • Our Changing Audience
  • Our Changing Audience
  • Our Changing Audience
  • Our Changing Audience
  • Effective TrainingEffective training incorporates all three learning modalities – visual, auditory and kinesthetic (tactile)And encourages active learning.
  • Effective Training
  • Effective Training
  • Effective Training
  • Instructor-led TrainingTraining Objectives for 90-minute Chemical and Laboratory SafetyHow do theseobjectives stack •Review Policies and Regulations •Storage, Compatibility and Labelingup against the •MSDS Interpretation and Case Studiesthree learning •How chemicals get Into your body, andmodalities? •What you should do about it?
  • Instructor-led TrainingTraining ObjectivesAttendees are givena handout they flipthrough, take notes •Review Policies and Regulationson, etc. while •Storage, Compatibility and Labelinginstructor walks •MSDS Interpretation and Case Studiesthem through the •How chemicals get Into your body, andhandout. •What you should do about it?
  • Instructor-led TrainingTraining Objectives Unfortunately, this piece of the training remains a rather boring PowerPoint •Review Policies and Regulations presentation. •Storage, Compatibility and Labeling Thankfully, it’s only •MSDS Interpretation and Case Studies about 10 minutes. •How chemicals get Into your body, and •What you should do about it?
  • Instructor-led TrainingTraining ObjectivesSmall groups workthrough a 6-questionworksheet, focusingon an MSDS foracetone and two case •Review Policies and Regulationsstudies of actual •Storage, Compatibility and Labelingchemical incidents. •MSDS Interpretation and Case Studies •How chemicals get Into your body, and •What you should do about it?
  • Instructor-led TrainingTraining ObjectivesInteractive slide showof basic exposureroutes. Handwashing,eyewash and safetyshower use is •Review Policies and Regulationsdescribed, along with •Storage, Compatibility and Labelingseveral real-world •MSDS Interpretation and Case Studiesexamples. •How chemicals get Into your body, and •What you should do about it?
  • Problem-Based LearningParadigm shift in educational theory toward problem-based learning – scenarios, case studies and the like. Our Veterinary School has shifted to this curricular model.
  • On-line or Computer- based Training• Janette Da La Rosa Ducut, Training Manager at University of California, Riverside, is developing an on-line lab safety training that accounts for different learning styles.• Visual: Integrates video and images• Auditory: Narrates audio (optional)• Kinesthetic: Requires clicking to advance
  • Demonstrations • Multiple learning needs • Option to watch or play • Scenarios (Problem Based Learning) • Resources linked (videos, websites, charts) • Feedback • Repeats until learning is achieved • Quiz (practice) • Test (final assessment) • Campus specificNarrates audio Integrates images Requires clicking to(optional) and video advance 18
  • Demonstrations• Multiple learning needs• Option to watch or play• Scenarios (Problem Based Learning)• Resources linked (videos, websites, charts)• Feedback• Repeats until learning is achieved• Quiz (practice)• Test (final assessment)• Campus specific 19
  • Demonstrations• Multiple learning needs• Option to watch or play• Scenarios (Problem Based Learning)• Resources linked (videos, websites, charts)• Feedback• Repeats until learning is achieved• Quiz (practice)• Test (final assessment)• Campus specific 20
  • Demonstrations• Multiple learning needs• Option to watch or play• Scenarios (Problem Based Learning)• Resources linked (videos, websites, charts)• Feedback• Repeats until learning is achieved• Quiz (practice)• Test (final assessment)• Campus specific 21
  • Demonstrations• Multiple learning needs• Option to watch or play• Scenarios (Problem Based Learning)• Resources linked (videos, websites, charts)• Feedback• Repeats until learning is achieved• Quiz (practice)• Test (final assessment)• Campus specific 22
  • Demonstrations• Multiple learning needs• Option to watch or play• Scenarios (Problem Based Learning)• Resources linked (videos, websites, charts)• Feedback• Repeats until learning is achieved• Quiz (practice)• Test (final assessment)• Campus specific 23
  • Demonstrations• Multiple learning needs• Option to watch or play• Scenarios (Problem Based Learning)• Resources linked (videos, websites, charts)• Feedback• Repeats until learning is achieved• Quiz (practice)• Test (final assessment)• Campus specific 24
  • Demonstrations• Multiple learning needs• Option to watch or play• Scenarios (Problem Based Learning)• Resources linked (videos, websites, charts)• Feedback• Repeats until learning is achieved• Quiz (practice)• Test (final assessment)• Campus specific 25
  • Demonstrations• Multiple learning needs• Option to watch or play• Scenarios (Problem Based Learning)• Resources linked (videos, websites, charts)• Feedback• Repeats until learning is achieved• Quiz (practice)• Test (final assessment)• Campus specific 26
  • Demonstrations• Multiple learning needs• Option to watch or play• Scenarios (Problem Based Learning)• Resources linked (videos, websites, charts)• Feedback• Repeats until learning is achieved• Quiz (practice)• Test (final assessment)• Campus specific 27
  • Effective TrainingEffective training engages the whole person in active learning andspeaks to all of the three learning modalities, even in an on-lineapplication.