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I designed and developed this module for a mid-large non-profit as a supplement/addition to classroom safety/OSHA compliance information. The entire module is a macro-enabled PPTX file, and takes ...

I designed and developed this module for a mid-large non-profit as a supplement/addition to classroom safety/OSHA compliance information. The entire module is a macro-enabled PPTX file, and takes approximately 15-20 min to complete.

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    • Workplace Safety: Slips, Trips & Falls An E-Learning Module Designed by Jessica French GO! Module interface is a simulated computer screen – designed to be familiar to learners. Designed using PowerPoint 2007.
    • Your Objectives: Oh no, your safety e-mail inbox is full ! Go through all of the messages in your mailbox, and learn about important safety habits on the way! You’ll learn important techniques and methods to help prevent slips, trips and falls at work. You’ll give safety advice to others, and even get some “shopping” done in the process! START! Content is also modeled after common computer-use activities for learners.
    • You’ve Got Mail! Click the Envelope to read your mail.
    • New Messages: (1) – Click to View Basic Table of Contents and Progress Indicator resembles an email inbox . FROM SUBJECT Safety_Guru QUIZ: How Safe are You? Dear Gabby… Please help – safety advice Safeshoes.com Get the best work footwear! SafetyViewTube Check out these videos! Report Master Workplace Injury Procedures Evaluate & Confirm Complete the Module
    • Learner is prompted to complete a self-assessment. Section uses macro to provide feedback. A few of the questions follow…
      • I send text messages and talk on the phone while walking or driving.
      YES NO
      • If I see that something has been spilled, I clean it up right away.
      YES NO
      • I leave items like boxes and bags in front of stairways or door areas.
      YES NO
      • When I pick out my shoes, I worry more about if it looks good than if they will be comfortable.
      YES NO
      • I hold onto the railing when I use the stairs at home or at work.
      YES NO
    • Learner receives percentage feedback based on number of safe/unsafe responses via macro.
    • Unit 1 Complete You’ve Got Mail! Now that you’ve completed the personal safety assessment, it’s time to review some common causes of slips, trips and falls, as well as some simple techniques to prevent them. Then, you’ll be asked to write an advice column to help others! Click the Envelope to read your mail. Each unit ends with a conclusion page summarizing the activity and introduces the next section.
    • New Messages: (1) – Click to View FROM SUBJECT Safety_Guru QUIZ: How Safe are You? Dear Gabby… Please Help – Safety Advice Safeshoes.com Get the best work footwear! SafetyViewTube Check out these videos! Report Master Workplace Injury Procedures Evaluate & Confirm Complete the Module
      • Welcome to the “Dear Gabby”
      • School of Safety Advice!
      GO!
      • Hi! I’m Gabby.
      GO! Welcome to my school for becoming a safety advice columnist! So you want to learn how to give good advice to people with important workplace safety questions? That’s great! Before you can give good advice, you need to learn about slips, trips and falls – what can cause them, and some ways to prevent them. Click “Go” to get started!
    • Gabby Says… “ First, let’s review the definitions of slips, trips and falls, as well as some of the possible problems you may have to deal with, and what your advice fans will write about.” GO!
    • GO! Slips
      • When there is too little friction or traction between your feet (footwear) and the walking or working surface, and you lose your balance.
      • Common Causes:
      • Human Error – failing to pay attention
      • Environmental – icy patches, weather related slippery conditions
      • Cleaning – spills that are not immediately or are improperly cleaned
      • Footwear – wearing shoes without proper ankle support or proper soles and/or treads
    • GO! Trips
      • When your foot (or lower leg) hits an object and your upper body continues moving, throwing you off balance.
      • - OR -
      • When you step down unexpectedly to a lower surface and lose your balance
      • Common Causes:
      • Human Error – failing to pay attention, carrying too many objects at once
      • Cleaning – items left in doorways, stairwells or other areas that are not picked up and put away immediately
      • Footwear – wearing shoes without proper ankle support or proper soles and/or treads
      $@*/%^!!
    • GO!
      • Common Causes:
      • Human Error/Attitude – failing to pay attention, carrying too many objects at once, not taking good care of body/mind
      • Cleaning – items left in doorways, stairwells or other areas that are not picked up and put away immediately
      • Footwear – wearing shoes without proper ankle support or proper soles and/or treads
      Often the result of slips or trips, falls occur when you are too far off your center of balance. FALLS
    • The costs of workplace accidents GO!
      • PAIN ! – slips, trips and falls can really hurt – for long or short periods of time!
      • Disability – injuries that could be easily prevented can result in temporary or permanent disability, which affects your quality of life and your ability to work, play, relax, etc.
      • Medical Appointments – use up your time and money, and can cost [COMPANY] money that can impact services offered to employees and the people we support.
      • Loss of Income – worker’s compensation may not cover the costs of your expenses, or all of your lost income!
    • It’s All About Attitude! Want to avoid workplace accidents? It’s all about your attitude! Follow my simple steps and you’ll be giving great advice in no time. GO!
    • Rest your body, relax your mind
      • Preventing accidents in the workplace requires you to be awake and alert at all times!
      • Get enough sleep – the average adult requires 6-8 hours of sleep each night. Have trouble getting to sleep? Try creating a ritual for relaxation – read, listen to music, or even sit quietly before going to bed.
      • Make an effort to relax while you are at work. If you have a quiet moment, take a minute to carefully stretch tense areas (such as neck, shoulders, or hamstrings). Everyone has the right to their scheduled break – don’t forget to use it!
      • Try to keep your tasks and activities varied when you can – this keeps your brain active and prevents muscle tenseness.
      GO!
    • Recognize stress and prevent it
      • Stress can cause fatigue, and takes your mind off important things like safety! Feeling stressed?
      • Try taking some deep breaths. Close your eyes and focus your thoughts on your breathing.
      • Ask for a brief break if you need one. Take a walk outside for a few minutes, or find a quiet area to be alone for a bit. Just a minute or two can work wonders!
      • Do you really “leave work” when you go home? Try not to take work events too personally, and remember to use your support networks like family and friends to help you relax and de-stress from your day!
      • Is it more than just stress? Consider talking to your physician or [company] Employee Assistance Program (EAP) for help – it’s free!
      GO!
    • Stay Focused - take a Brain Break
      • Do you often concentrate so hard that you’ve lost all track of what is going on around you? Deadlines and assigned tasks are important – but so is your brain! Consider some of the suggestions below:
      • Stop what you’re doing for just a moment – breaks of 30-60 seconds throughout the day really help!
      • Take some deep breaths and gently stretch any tense muscles – then refocus on your surroundings
      • Have a healthy snack or a glass of water – blood sugar levels can affect concentration and productivity
      • Are there other issues affecting your concentration? Consider talking to your physician or [company] Employee Assistance Program (EAP) for help – it’s free!
      GO!
    • Manage medications & alcohol use
      • Do you take prescription medication and/or drink alcohol or use other medicines?
      • Remember [company] has a zero tolerance policy for the use of illegal drugs, and employees may not use alcohol before or during a shift!
      • Prescription drugs and alcohol use can dull your senses! Find out the side effects – even over-the-counter medications can cause drowsiness or other negative or potentially harmful effects! Speak with a member of Human Resources if you have questions.
      • Do you or someone you know and care about struggle with use or abuse of drugs or alcohol? Consider talking to your physician or [company] Employee Assistance Program (EAP) for help – it’s free!
      GO! Take good care - You are what you put in your body!
    • To Err is Human, so Pay Attention!
      • Are you an accident waiting to happen? Human Factors are the most common causes of workplace slips, trips and falls. Some common factors are:
      • Health and physical condition can impair a person’s vision, judgment, and balance.
      • Taking shortcuts ; not using walkways or designated, cleared pathways; being in a hurry, rushing around.
      • Poor housekeeping (allowing clutter to accumulate, not maintaining clean dry floors, etc.)
      • Not using signage when slip or trip hazards exist
      • Inattentive Behavior : walking, distractions (e.g., using cell phone, talking and not watching where you’re going, etc.)
      GO!
      • Got it?
      • Are you ready to read some questions
      • and try giving safety advice?
      Not Yet. I’d like to review that information again first. Yes, I’d like to try.
      • O.K. Let’s get started.
      First, you’ll get to read a question that someone has about workplace safety. Then, you’ll see some choices for responses. Choose the response that is best for the situation. I’ll be here to help you if you need it. GO!
      • Dear Gabby,
      • I work the overnight shift. I am on my feet a lot, and the work can be really tiring. Also, I’m having a hard time staying awake because I’ve got a lot of things going on in my personal life that make it hard for me to get enough sleep. I’m afraid I’m going to get hurt or get in trouble for dozing off at work! What should I do?
      • Sincerely, Zonked Out
      Dear Zonked, (choose the best response below!) If I were you, I’d talk to my supervisor and see if I could get a bit of help once in a while to give myself a little break during the shift. Also, I would probably visit HR and get some information on an Employee Assistance Program that could help with the issues at home. As they say, “an ounce of prevention is better than a pound of cure.” Safety first! There’s nothing to worry about unless you get hurt. No one cares about your problems at home, so get over it. Instead, just drink more coffee to keep awake. You’ll get through it on your own. Don’t deal with it now, if you can put it off until later! Let’s see what happens when the learner selects the “wrong” choice…
      • Advice 101
      Um, are you SURE you want to be an advice columnist?? As a reminder, it is never OK to park your car in any other place than a marked parking space. Also, encouraging others to use shortcuts and run without paying attention will almost certainly result in an accident that could easily have been avoided. All of us are responsible for keeping a safe workplace! Click “Back” to try again. Back
    • Selecting the “right” choice allows the learner to move to the next letter. There are 3 different letters.
      • CONGRAULATIONS!
      GO! You’ve made it through advice columnist school. You are well on your way to helping others by giving good advice about workplace safety. Click “Go” to move on to the next section!
    • You’ve Got Mail! Now that you have more information on how to prevent slips, trips and falls by adjusting your own actions and behavior, and by giving good advice to others, let’s learn more about some other things you can do to physically prevent slips, trips and falls. Click the Envelope to read your mail. Learner advances to the next content area.
    • New Messages: (1) – Click to View FROM SUBJECT Safety_Guru QUIZ: How Safe are You? Dear Gabby… Please help – safety advice Safeshoes.com Get the best work footwear! SafetyViewTube Check out these videos! Report Master Workplace Injury Procedures Evaluate & Confirm Complete the Module
    • Welcome to SafeShoes.com, your one-stop shopping for all work shoes. Take a moment to browse through our collection – click on the menu to the left to shop for the latest and greatest fashions that will keep you safe at work! Your feet will thank you. This section resembles an internet shopping experience. Learner can navigate independently through content and can access the “challenge-out” course right away if desired.
    • Dry/Carpeted Wet Oily/Slick Hard/Concrete Outdoor The Crepe Sole Mary Jane These comfy mary janes with crepe soles are great for office wear and dry and/or carpeted surfaces and even concrete! Continue Shopping >>>> Learner is introduced to different types of safe shoes with ratings – these ratings are used later in the challenge exercise to ensure that the learner knows the appropriate shoe/sole choice. A few more shoe examples follow…
    • Dry/Carpeted Wet Oily/Slick Hard/Concrete Outdoor The Kitten Heel Rubber Sole These comfy low-heeled pump in fashionable green with rubber soles are great for office wear and dry and/or carpeted surfaces – but stay indoors! These beauties are for desk jockeys only! Continue Shopping >>>>
    • Dry/Carpeted Wet Oily/Slick Hard/Concrete Outdoor The Classic Gym Shoe Comfortable shoes with neoprene soles are versatile and all-around reliable shoes for a slip and trip-free day spent on your feet on a variety of surface types. Watch out for oily patches though! Continue Shopping >>>>
    • Dry/Carpeted Wet Oily/Slick Hard/Concrete Outdoor The Steel Toed Work Boot These are not your grandma’s work boots! Hard Rubber soles and steel toes are necessary for the person working outside and/or walking around oily, slick surfaces. These boots are made for walking… but not on tile, wood, or wet/dry concrete! Continue Shopping >>>>
    • Time to pick out the best shoe for the job! Read the environment and description below, and choose the right shoe!* GO! *Note – this is a simulation only – no actual purchases will be made!  Learners use the information from previous section to “buy” the best shoes for the workers. There are 3 of these exercises. We’ll look at one…
    • Alicia works in a residential home, helping children with autism to learn to live as independently as possible. Alicia is on her feet a lot, and helps children to take showers, make snacks, and also goes with them to the recreation center and other outdoor activities. Help Alicia pick the best shoe! ALICIA, Direct Support Professional Let’s see what happens when the learner does not make the “best” choice for the situation…
    • Dry/Carpeted Wet Oily/Slick Hard/Concrete Outdoor The Steel Toed Work Boot These are not your grandma’s work boots! Hard Rubber soles and steel toes are necessary for the person working outside and/or walking around oily, slick surfaces. These boots are made for walking… but not on tile, wood, or wet/dry concrete! OOPS! There is a Better Choice! GO BACK TO CHECK-OUT Content is re-reviewed and learner is able to go back to the exercise to make another choice.
    • This is the most appropriate choice. Learner is moved to the next exercise once they have made the most appropriate selection.
    • New Messages: (1) – Click to View FROM SUBJECT Safety_Guru QUIZ: How Safe are You? Dear Gabby… Please help – safety advice Safeshoes.com Get the best work footwear! SafetyViewTube Check out these videos! Report Master Workplace Injury Procedures Certificates R Us Print your own certificate
    • Safety View Tube www.safetyviewtube.lcf Video Courtesy Of: The following video clips are from the Jimi White productions staff training DVD Slips, Trips & Falls: Residential Care Facilities www.jimiwhite.net GO! This section is designed to mimic an online video viewing site.
    • Video Courtesy Of: The following video clips are from the Jimi White productions staff training DVD Slips, Trips & Falls: Residential Care Facilities www.jimiwhite.net GO! Click to View the Causes of Slips, Trips & Falls! Learners are able to view several short video clips that review the basic material. Safety View Tube
    • New Messages: (1) – Click to View FROM SUBJECT Safety_Guru QUIZ: How Safe are You? Dear Gabby… Please help – safety advice Safeshoes.com Get the best work footwear! SafetyViewTube Check out these videos! Report Master Workplace Injury Procedures Evaluate & Confirm Complete the Module
    • Procedures for Handling and Reporting Injuries on the Job
      • Injuries on the job are not fun! This section will give you information on
      • What to do
      • Where to go
      • What information to provide
      • Which forms to complete
      • Who to tell
      • When to report
      GO! This section contains company specific procedures for handling injuries and will not be included in this demo. Links are provided to key websites, forms, tutorials, etc.
    • You’re Almost Done! WOO HOO! You’ve completed this module on preventing and reporting slips, trips and falls at work! We hope you’ve had a good time and also learned some helpful tips to avoid workplace accidents. Click the Envelope to Confirm completion of the course and to evaluate the module. This is an active hyperlink to an online evaluation and acknowledgement form to confirm completion of the module.
    • New Messages: (1) – Click to View Hooray, learners are done, in about 15-20 minutes!  FROM SUBJECT Safety_Guru QUIZ: How Safe are You? Dear Gabby… Please help – safety advice Safeshoes.com Get the best work footwear! SafetyViewTube Check out these videos! Report Master Workplace Injury Procedures CONGRATULATIONS! CLICK EXIT to Leave. Bye!
    • Another E-Learning Module… Designed by Jessica French http://www.linkedin.com/in/jessicafrench