1. OSHA Training Requirements DOT Training Requirements EPA Training RequirementsOther (SafeLand/RigPass/SafeGulf) OPERATOR Training Requirement & Reporting NoExcuses Training Completion Program
2. Presentation Assumption:You Know you Have to Train…You know the Benefits of Training…Our Focus:Always “Get’erDone!”
3. ClassroomAdvantages• Instructor‐led classroom training is an efficient method for presenting a large body of material to large or small groups of employees.• It is a personal, face‐to‐face type of training as opposed to computer‐based training and other methods we will discuss later. • It ensures that everyone gets the same information at the same time. • It is cost‐effective, especially when not outsourced to guest speakers. • Storytelling grabs people’s attention.Disadvantages• Sometimes it is not interactive.• Too much of the success of the training depends on the effectiveness of the lecturer.• Scheduling classroom sessions for large numbers of trainees can be difficult—especially when trainees are at multiple locations.
4. TEXT, CD‐ ROM, Electronic‐CBT Multi‐ MediaAdvantages• Computer‐based training programs are easy to use.• They can often be customized or custom designed.• They are good for helping employees develop and practice new skills.• They are useful for refresher training. They are applicable to self‐directed learning.• They can be cost‐effective because the same equipment and program can be used by large numbers of employees.• They are flexible because trainees can learn at their own pace and at a time that’s convenient for them. Computer‐ based programs are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. No matter which shift an employee works, training is always available.• Some programs are interactive, requiring trainees to answer questions, make choices, and experience the consequences of those choices. This interaction generally results in greater comprehension and retention. • They are uniform, which makes it possible to standardize training.• They are measurable. When computers are used for training, it is possible to track what each employee has learned right on the computer. Most programs have post‐tests to determine whether the employee has understood the training. Test scores give trainers statistics for training evaluations.
5. TEXT, CD‐ ROM, Electronic‐CBT Multi‐ MediaDisadvantages• These programs require trainees to be computer literate.• They require trainees to have computer access. • There is little or no interaction with a trainer; if trainees have questions, there’s no one to ask.• These programs are not effective at teaching “soft‐skills,” such as customer service, sales, or sensitivity training.• They are not the best choice for new or one‐time training. Trainers need live interaction to ensure new skills or concepts are being communicated. Trainees need to be able to ask questions and receive feedback. • Some poorly designed programs are “boring” and result in trainees having a poor retention rate of the material as well as a low finish rate.
6. Electronic‐onlineAdvantages• Online or e‐learning programs are effective for training across multiple locations.• They save the company money on travel expenses. • They can be a less expensive way to get training from expert industry professionals and consultants from outside the company. • They are useful for refresher training. • They are good for self‐directed learning. • They can be easy to update with new company policies or procedures, federal regulations, and compliance issues. • They offer trainers a growing array of choices for matching training programs to employee knowledge and skill levels.
7. Electronic‐onlineDisadvantages• These programs require trainees to be computer literate.• They are usually generic and not customized to your company’s needs.• Some employees may not like the impersonal nature of this training.• Employees may be too intimidated by the technology or the remoteness of the trainer to ask questions.• Lack of computer terminals or insufficient online time may restrict or preclude access to training.• Inadequate or outdated hardware devices (e.g., sound cards, graphics accelerators, and local area networks) can cause programs to malfunction.• Your company’s Internet servers may not have enough bandwidth to receive the materials. • Self‐instruction offers limited opportunities to receive context‐specific expert advice or timely response to questions
8. Blended TrainingBlended learning is a form of education that combines face‐to‐face classroom methods with computer‐mediated activities.According to its proponents, the strategy creates a more integrated approach for both instructors and students.
9. Blended Training‐ImplementedClassroom CBT OnlineImplement for : Implement for : Implement for :• En‐mass training to • New hires (1‐3) • Logistics get quick results on probationary problems• Mass Hiring periods • Use for Annual • Company & • Static training training worksite specific sites • Quick access training • Infrastructure to new • Sensitive training does not allow training needs topics other methods• New Hire Orientation (putting a face on Which Do you safety• Infrastructure does not allow other use? methods
10. Real World Effects Bottom Line
11. Real WorldEconomics Assumption: We will use the $781 Column as the average cost per employee for compliance training. # Employees Cost per Average Cost employee 5 $781 $3905 Your costs are 10 $781 $7810 probably higher due to Operator 25 $781 $19525 requirements which 50 $781 $39050 go beyond just 100 $781 $78100 compliance training. 200 $781 $156200 500 $781 $390500 What do you think your cost is…calculate below…. # of employees ______ X ________(AMT) = __________ (Cost)
12. Question…. If you could train all your employees for FREE on these topics…WOULD YOU?HSE Introduction to HazWoperAccess to Medical Records Introduction to OSHA Accident Investigation JSEA Training PackagesADA Title III Lab Safety Comprehensive Lift Truck Training Aerial Lift Safety Lockout Tagout [Classroom]Anhydrous Ammonia Safety Machine Guards HazWoper 8 Hour RefresherArsenic Awareness Materials Handling DOT HazMat 8 HourBack Safety Near Miss QualityBack Safety (Version 2) New Employee Safety Orientation OSHA Industry 10 Hour PackagesBasic Company Policies NIOSH Workplace Stress Awareness SafeLand | SafeGulf | RigPassBehavioral Based Safety Basics NIOSH Workplace Violence [Land/Offshore] Online Prep CourseBenzene NORM Oilfield ‐ [Video Library]Blood borne Pathogens Observation, Reporting & Closure Oilfield InspectionBroken Worker ‐ Working with Difficult People Occupational Health CSACarbon Dioxide Office Hazards Carcinogens Office Hazards Exercise SecurityCaustic Soda Solutions Pandemic Access Control & Monitoring Cold Weather Safety Personal Hygiene Advanced Vehicle Search Compressed Gas Cylinders Pinch Points Bomb Threats and Pipe Bombs Confined Spaces Portable Fire Extinguisher Circumventing Security Measures Conflict Resolutions (HSE) Powered Industrial Truck Pedestrian Training Conflict Resolutions Crane Safety Powered Platforms Crowd Management Disaster Management PPE & You Emergency Response Plan DOT Security Part 1 Process Safety Management [PSM] Facility Security Plan DOT Security Part 2 Progressive Discipline High Rise Building Security Driving Safety Reasonable Suspicion for Drug & Alcohol Testing Identifying Security Threats and Driving Skills Respiratory Safety Patterns Drug & Alcohol ‐ Employee Rigging Information Gathering Report Writing Drug & Alcohol ‐ Supervisor Risk Assessment Introduction to CFATS Electrical Safety ‐ Unqualified Root Cause Maintenance of Security Equipment Elevated Walking and Working Surfaces Safe Work Practices MARSEC Levels Emergency Plan Safety & Health Programs ‐ WHY? Public Building Security Emergency Response Safety Attitudes & Actions Recognizing Dangerous Substances‐EMS Awareness‐Manager Safety Housekeeping Devices Environmental Awareness Safety Signs & Tags Security Screening Environmental Protection Field Safety Workplace Inspection Terrorism ‐ Surveillance and Counter Ergonomics Scaffolds Surveillance Excavation, Trenching & Shoring SEMS TWIC Card Training Eye Safety Sexual Harassment in the Workplace Weapons of Mass DestructionFall Prevention Short Service Employee Fatigue Silica Awareness 89+ Test – Out Courses.Fire Prevention & Safety Silica Awareness in Oil Field FrackingFirst Aid Slips Trips Falls Flammables SPCC Flash Arc NFPA 70E Stairs & Ladders Includes Forklift ‐ Classroom Staphylococcus Gas Hazards Stop Work Classroom & CBT Ground Fault Circuit Interrupter (GFCI) Storm Water Hand & Power Tool Stress Management Training Tool for a Hand, Wrist & Finger Subcontractor Management Hazard Recognition Substance Abuse & Accidents Complete Blended HAZCOM ‐ Chemical Safety Ten Steps to Proper Drug Testing (Video) HAZCOM ‐ Chemical Storage Toxic Metal‐Chromium Training Approach. HAZCOM ‐ Globally Harmonized System Toxic Metals ‐ LEAD Hazcom ‐ Your Right to Know TWIC Card Training (HSE) HazMat Vibration Hazards Awareness HazMat Primer Walking Working Surfaces Hearing Conservation & Safety [Noise Exposure] Heat Exhaustion [Stress] Hot Work Warehouse Safety Welding & Brazing Working Alone Well…You Hydro‐Blasting Safety Awareness Hydrogen Sulfide Incident Reporting & Investigation Workplace Hazardous Materials Information System [Canada‐WHMIS] Workplace Violence CAN!
13. HOW? www.opensourcesafety.com Tier One Training Services: Consolidated Digital Publishing Inc.FREE HSE Training on complete course catalog of more than 300 modules for any individual or company which desires to improve individual or companys employee safety awareness.Individuals use the service to improve current employment safety awareness or to enhance employment applications / hire‐ability.Companies use for OSHA Training Compliance and/or Operator contractor training requirements.TIER ONE TRAINING SERVICE IS FREE. Corporate social responsibility (CSR), is a form of corporate self‐WHY? regulation integrated into our business model. CSR policy functions as a built‐in, are self‐regulating mechanism whereby we monitor and ensure active compliance within the spirit of the law, ethical standards, and international norms. CSR is a process with the aim to embrace responsibility for our companys actions to encourage a positive impact through its activities on the environment, consumers, employees, communities, stakeholders and all other members of the public sphere who may also be considered as stakeholders. Simply put…It’s the “Right Thing to Do”.
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15. Section OneAccount Creation
16. www.opensourcesafety.com ACCOUNT SETUP INSTRUCTIONS ‐ ONE TIME EVENT1. Create a training account by clicking "Create new account" link in the HomePage Login Box and filling out your information. [NOTE: Email address required... if you do not have an email address use the instruction for the use of a Temporary email.]2. Confirm your training account by opening your confirmation email & clicking (or copying link to IE address bar) in the confirmation email sent to your email address used when creating your account. [Check SPAM folder if email is not in regular inbox]If Confirmation email is not received or found contact CDP at firstname.lastname@example.org with name of trainee and we will manually confirm the training account .
17. NO VALID EMAIL ADDRESS ..SEE BELOW...NO VALID EMAIL ‐ For assistance – Click the "Creation of a Temporary Email Help Movie" on the OSS Homepage for instructions the use the link “Temporary Email for Account Creation Link” to create a temporary email to create and confirm your training account:
18. Section TwoGetting Started
19. ACCOUNT SETUP INSTRUCTIONS ‐ ONE TIME EVENT1. PLEASE VIEW THE "First time here help movie" in the Main 1Menu to see how the courses 2are taken.2. If you receive the "Cookies error" message you will need to adjust your cookies setting on your browser. Click the "Cookies help" link in the Main Menu for instructions.QUICK "WHAT HAVE I COMPLETED AND/OR NOT TAKEN" VIEWS (NEED TO BE LOGIN TO SITE)Double click the "My Courses" link ‐ upper left of Home page.
20. Section ThreeIndividual Use
21. Individual Use Excel Spreadsheet 1. Determine your of Training Requirements training matrix provided on and create a site. course roster to track which courses you take.2. Create your training account3. Take the courses on your Training Roster4. Follow the Record Keeping process on the next page to create your training documentation. Suggestion: If you are using the training for gaining employment… Take as many courses as possible to impress your potential employer .
22. Training RecordsCreate a binder of CertificatesAs you take & complete courses print your certificates and place in a binder.Once you place training certificates in the binder print your Certificates report page and use as a cover sheet for your Certificates binder. *To acquire the Certificate report simply login and click the “View Certificate” link on the OSS site home page. * Make Your Training Binder part of your Job Interview Certificates Reports Page For a potential employer (PE) to validate that you have taken the training have the PE go to the site (www.opensourcesafety.com) and enter the Validation code* into the “Verify certificate” box . home page.
23. Section ThreeCompany Use
24. Company Use Excel Spreadsheet 1. Determine of Training employees training Requirements provided on matrix and create site. a course roster to supply to trainees to inform them which courses to take.2. Create a training account for each trainee3. Provide trainee with their training roster and have each perform their training.4. Follow the Record Keeping process on the next page to create your training documentation. SUGGESTION: Once you create your required training matrix…Give each employee a $5 bonus (or $ AMT you choose) per course when they complete and turn in all their required training certificates & completion report.
25. Training RecordsCreate an Employees binder of CertificatesAs employees take & complete courses print their certificates and place in a binder.Once you place training certificates in the binder print their Certificates report page and use as a cover sheet for your Certificates binder. *To acquire the Certificate report simply login as employee and click the “View Certificate” link on the OSS site home page. * Make Training Binder As Proof of Employee Training Certificates Reports Page To validate that employees (Audits etc.) have taken the training have the go to the site (www.opensourcesafety.com) and enter the Validation code* into the “Verify certificate” box . home page.
26. Training Roster
27. Training RosterRequired Training All Trainees Specific Trainee Roster:________________________R Course Name Training SCORE Signature Date
28. Section FourRAV & TRAV Example Fulfilled with These Training Products
29. Section Four Provider
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31. Information & Tools for Your UseThe CD ROM Should Auto‐boot…If it does not boot … Browse to CD with Internet Explorer and double‐click 30 Minutes.ppsxOSHA Train the Trainer pdfManaging Compliance Training pdfMost Effective Training Techniques pdfOSHA Small Business Guide pdfFree 1400 Page Safety ManualISNetword Training Data Template (Excel) Free Training Courses Access to Medical Records Blood borne Pathogens Driving Skills Environmental Awareness Some Free Training Fall Prevention Fire Prevention & Safety Courses First Aid HAZCOM ‐ Global Harmonization (GHS) HAZCOM ‐ Your Right to Know PPE & You
32. Files located on CD: WBT/Tools/Create/The Tools:Step 1: Install EZ PowerPoint Plug‐in adaptive_2_1.exeClick to InstallStep 2: Download and Install audio Recorder (If you want to record separate audio files. audacity‐win‐1.2.6.exeClick to Install Build Use Plugin Course Creation: PPT/Word for PPT Step 1: Create Training PowerPoint Quiz ConversionStep 2: Create quiz in word docStep 3: Build Quiz in your PowerPoint using add‐inStep 4: Add Results slide with Instructions Step 5 Out‐put your training Program; TrainLaunch Using index.html in Preview Output Classroom folder (Hint; Create Menu) / CBTClick for Menu/Course ExampleCourse Use:1. Use for classroom ; Train with Click for List of PowerPoint & use word Quiz PowerPoint Course 2. Use as Stand‐alone trainer; Create Templates with audio for menu and link to course player file Purchase and have individuals train
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