Safety And Accident Prevention
- hearing protection;
- the use of half-mask air purifying respirators (APRs);
- lock-out/tag-out of a hydraulic press; or
- HazCom for a location that just uses acetone, toluene, and isopropyl alcohol.
As part of this scenario, you are free to include additional details about the hazard/topic you choose. For instance, if you choose hearing protection, you can include information about the manufacturing equipment and the decibel levels in the area. Include the following components in your PowerPoint presentation.
- Evaluate the hazard, and discuss any regulations pertaining to the hazard/environment.
- Explain any additional hazard abatement strategies and safety and health management strategies that were taken to mitigate the effects of the hazard (e.g., substitution, engineering controls).
- Prepare a brief description of steps you will take to involve the students in the training.
- Discuss if you will use any hands-on training and how you will perform the hands-on training if you use it.
Create two slides that you will use in your actual training program with employees. Explain these to management to convince them that the training is beneficial.
- Discuss how managers will play a role in the effectiveness of training and how leadership is necessary to help get employee buy-in for the training.
- Discuss how you will evaluate the effectiveness of the training.
Use the speaker notes section to explain the material that you present on each of the slides.
Your PowerPoint presentation should be a minimum of 10 slides, not counting the title and reference slides. You are required to use at least two outside sources, one of which must come from the CSU Online Library. All sources used, including the textbook, must be referenced; paraphrased and quoted material must have accompanying APA citations. Safety And Accident Prevention