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Introduction to osh training

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  • 1. INTRODUCTION TO OSH TRAINING YAWAR HASSAN KHAN
  • 2.  We become educated in safety in many ways including : personal experience Formal classroom training On the job training Effective safety education must tell learners why it is important to use safe procedures and practicesSAFETY EDUCATION
  • 3.  Natural consequences are those that naturally occur as a result of what an employee or organization doesNatural consequences
  • 4.  System consequences are those actions taken by another person in response to an employee’s choice and behavioursSystem consequences
  • 5.  “How to “safety training is actually the most common type of safety educationTechnical safety training
  • 6.  Is usually conducted using the lecture or discussion methodGeneral safety instruction
  • 7.  To provide training professionals for effective safety educationPurpose of training program
  • 8.  Program development Delivery evaluation Program managementCriterea for accepted practices insafety , Health and environmentaltraining
  • 9.  Training facility Training director Instructors Course materials Students Ratios Proficiency assessment Course certificate Record keeping Program quality controlSuggested training plan coreelements
  • 10.  Evaluator Facilitator Counselor Writer Instructors Manager Marketer Media specialist Analyst Program administrator Designer Strategies Task analysis Theoretician Transfer agentSafety trainer perform many roles
  • 11.  Certified person Designated Authorized Competent QualifiedGuidelines for instructorcompetency
  • 12.  To know the amount of learning achieved by training Whether an employee’s performance has improved on the job as a result of trainingPurpose of training evaluation
  • 13.  Evaluate students : Reaction Learning Application resultRKSAI
  • 14.  How training program is managed Quality of training processes The result of trainingGuidelines for evaluating trainingprograms
  • 15.  training plan Program management , training director , staff and consultants’ training facilities and resources Quality control and evaluation Students Institutional environment and administrative supportSuggested program quality controlcriterea
  • 16.  Please give your feedback @ yawarhkhan@hotmail.comTHANK YOU

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