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  • This 3-day program will instill the principles and skills for training workers, as well as assist you in developing a strong foundation in training delivery.  

Topics:

  • Adult learning
  • Developing a training program
  • Training needs analysis
  • Steps for planning training
  • Course design
  • Presentation and facilitation skills
  • Managing common difficulties
  • Planning for training evaluation
  • Impact of values and attitudes on training  
    Trainers are video tape during their presentation and constructive group critics conducted – this is the most proven method of learning how to become a great trainer.
    Trainers who successful complete this program will receive Train-the-Trainer certification from the International Board of Environmental Health and Safety (USA accredited certification)  
    Eligibility: Trainers
    Duration: Three days


Introduction

  • TThis course is designed for individuals who are required to train others on the hazards of hydrogen sulfide exposure. OSHA states that a measure of the competence of an instructor is the successful completion of a train-the-trainer program with training specific to the topics they will teach. This course prepares the individual to instruct on all aspects of hydrogen sulfide: where it is found, how it can be detected, primary hazards, proper protective equipment as well as means of escape.

Course Contents:

  • H2S Properties and Characteristics
  • Effects of H2S on the Human Body
  • Sources of Human and Environmental Exposure
  • OSHA and H2S
  • Physical and chemical properties of H2S
  • Safe work procedures for hydrogen sulfide
  • Federal and state regulations and consensus standards
  • Contingency and emergency response plans
  • Methods of detection and monitoring
  • Human physiology and respiratory protection
  • Testing and Monitoring
  • Instrumentation
  • Emergency Response

  • Who Should Attend?

  • This course is design for • General Industry & Construction workers, Maintenance workers, Managers and Supervisors, Safety Managers, Safety & Health Committee Members, Industrial Hygienist

  • Duration: 3 days

Introduction

  • TThe Defensive driving course is designed to provide tips for handling what you can control: yourself and your vehicle. The course provides you with guide everyday driving conditions you cannot control: Weather, light, traffic, roads and other drivers. This course will cultivate the habits which can make difference between life and death, health and injury.

Course Contents:

  • Introduction to defensive driving
  • What are the driving risks?
  • Three step DDC collision prevention formula
  • Occupant protection system
  • What is impaired driving
  • What physical condition affects driving?
  • What mental condition affects driving?
  • Distracted driving
  • Taking control of aggressive driving
  • Condition beyond your control
  • Safe driving distance
  • Avoid head on collision
  • Seven habits of defensive driving
  • Assessment & Statistics
  • What Makes a Safe Driver?
  • How Does a Safe Driver Behave?
  • What Does a Safe Driver Do?
  • International Driving o Emergencies

  • Who Should Attend?

  • This course is design for those Employees who must drive automobiles (cars, vans, pickups) as part of their job. Positions like field sales personnel, field technicians, or personnel visiting offsite locations including delivery of small parts or equipment, will benefit from this course. Large delivery trucks are beyond the scope of this course

  • Duration: 2 days