Module 2 organizing safety messages and training content

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Major objectives for conveying safety messages and training:
- Identify 4 components (action, behavior, condition, and degree) of a performance objective.
- Write performance objectives for a training program.
- Recognize reasons for testing in performance-based training.
- Identify Federal, State, and Safety Industry resources for safety information.
- Recognize steps for writing a content outline.
- Create a short content outline using the steps provided for outlining content.
- Identify 2 actions to implement at your workplace and potential barriers/how to overcome them.

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Module 2 organizing safety messages and training content

  1. 1. Module 2 Organizing Safety Messages & Training Content Safety Communication & Training Techniques – For Small Business – © 2005 National Safety Council Safety Communication & Training Techniques 1
  2. 2. Module Objectives  Identify 4 components (action, behavior, condition, and degree) of a performance objective.  Write performance objectives for a training program.  Recognize reasons for testing in performance-based training.  Identify Federal, State, and Safety Industry resources for safety information. © 2005 National Safety Council Safety Communication & Training Techniques 2
  3. 3. Module Objectives (cont.)  Recognize steps for writing a content outline.  Create a short content outline using the steps provided for outlining content.  Identify 2 actions to implement at your workplace and potential barriers/how to overcome them. © 2005 National Safety Council Safety Communication & Training Techniques 3
  4. 4. Performance Objectives Why are performance objectives important to safety communication and training efforts? © 2005 National Safety Council Safety Communication & Training Techniques 4
  5. 5. Performance Objectives (cont.) Specific, measurable, short-term statements that clearly describe what a learner will be able to do (new or different) as a result of training. © 2005 National Safety Council Safety Communication & Training Techniques 5
  6. 6. Characteristics of Performance Objectives  Should define measurable and observable behaviors of participant (results-oriented)  Foundation upon which to build lessons and assessments you can prove meet overall goals  Ensure learning is clearly focused so participants and facilitator are clear about learning path © 2005 National Safety Council Safety Communication & Training Techniques 6
  7. 7. 4 Parts of a Performance Objective A = Audience B = Behavior C = Condition D = Degree © 2005 National Safety Council Safety Communication & Training Techniques 7
  8. 8. Example: Incident Investigation Newly hired safety managers will rate the quality of an incident investigation report using a 7-item measurement tool with 100% accuracy in 20 minutes. A= B= C= D= Newly hired safety managers will rate the quality of an incident investigation report using a 7-item measurement tool with 100% accuracy in 20 minutes © 2005 National Safety Council Safety Communication & Training Techniques 8
  9. 9. Activity: Performance Objectives 1. Identify 4 parts of Objectives 1 and 2 and note the A-B-C-D. 2. Share your answers with the class. © 2005 National Safety Council Safety Communication & Training Techniques 9
  10. 10. Tips for Creating Performance Objectives  Action (Behavioral) Verbs  Verbs to Avoid Using  Types of Conditions  Standards of Performance (Degree) © 2005 National Safety Council Safety Communication & Training Techniques 10
  11. 11. Activity: Writing Performance Objectives 1. Work in pairs to develop a performance objective for a topic. 2. Record a brief summary of your work. 3. Present your results to the class. © 2005 National Safety Council Safety Communication & Training Techniques 11
  12. 12. Testing on Performance Objectives Process of measuring whether learners met performance objectives. Types of Tests  Knowledge-based  Skills-based/application  Attitudinal tests/scales © 2005 National Safety Council Safety Communication & Training Techniques Testing Tools  Pre-tests  Review tests  Post-tests 12
  13. 13. Resources for Safety Information  Federal/National  State  Safety Industry References  Federal Publications  ASSE © 2005 National Safety Council Safety Communication & Training Techniques 13
  14. 14. Outlining Training Content  Identify actions the learner must take to achieve goals/objectives AND related topics the learner must know to accomplish actions.  Training points, content, or topics and sub-topics (topic outline or lesson plan). © 2005 National Safety Council Safety Communication & Training Techniques 14
  15. 15. Steps to Outlining Training Content (cont.) 1. Select an objective. 2. Identify actions the learner must take to achieve an objective AND related topics (points and skills) they must know to accomplish the actions. 3. Sequence all training content in appropriate order and estimate amount of time for each point. © 2005 National Safety Council Safety Communication & Training Techniques 15
  16. 16. Activity: Outlining Training Content 1. Create a training content outline to ensure the learner will achieve the objective. 2. Be prepared to make a brief presentation of your content outline. 3. If you need help, ask a facilitator for assistance. © 2005 National Safety Council Safety Communication & Training Techniques 16
  17. 17. Planning for Your Small Business 1. Identify 2 actions you will take when you return to your worksite. 2. Identify potential barriers you might encounter in taking these actions. 3. List ideas for overcoming the barriers. © 2005 National Safety Council Safety Communication & Training Techniques 17

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