Safety Training Methods: Practical Solutions for the Next Millennium by Jack B. Re VelleSafety Training Methods: Practical Solutions for the Next Millennium by Jack B. Re Velle

Safety Training Methods: Practical Solutions for the Next Millennium

byJack B. Re Velle, Joe Stephenson

Hardcover | March 2, 1995

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A revision of the book used to train workers throughout industry in safety methods. The new edition retains the presentation of practical applications concerned with design, implementation and monitoring of on-the-job safety training. This version is updated to conform with new environmental compliance (EC) requirements and OSHA programs for a wide variety of organizations. It includes a dictionary of commonly used health and safety terms, a model safety program, scores of checklists as well as lists of safety and health-oriented enterprises, associations, periodicals and publications.
Title:Safety Training Methods: Practical Solutions for the Next MillenniumFormat:HardcoverDimensions:336 pages, 9.61 × 6.38 × 0.87 inPublished:March 2, 1995Publisher:Wiley

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0471552305

ISBN - 13:9780471552307


Table of Contents

Fundamentals of Safety and Health Training.

Roles and Responsibilities in Safety Training.

OSHA Training Requirements.

Training Technology.

Safety Training Records.

General Safety Training Topics.

Emergency Actions and Reporting.

Hazard Recognition and Inspections.

Hazard Communications.

Lockout and Tagout.

First Aid/CPR Training and Medical Operations.

Fire Safety Training.

Evaluating Safety Training Effectiveness.



From Our Editors

The need for health and safety training has never been greater than in today's ever more complex and potentially hazardous industrial workplace. A comprehensive guide to designing, implementing, and monitoring on-the-job health and safety training, Safety Training Methods, Second Edition was designed around the principle that worker safety training is an ongoing process and that safety and health-related skills and knowledge must continue to be developed and upgraded throughout an employee's career. Packed with charts, checklists, sample documents, and labels, Safety Training Methods, Second Edition arms trainers with the full retinue of proven training methods and techniques and offers clear, step-by-step guidelines to virtually every phase of a comprehensive safety training program, including new employee and supervisor orientation; training calendars, course ratings, and computer-generated overheads and other training technologies; student training records and course ratings; first aid and CPR, fire protection, emergency response actions and reporting; hazard r