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HOW TO CREATE A NEW CARD security talk

What you should do before designing their own training

Read Card # 1 in the clause that says "Some tips for using the cards." So you se
e how the cards are organized. Give a revision to the rest of the cards to fully
understand the organization. Make a list of items that are not on these cards,
but he would care to check with your people. Check the package containing additi
onal information. There you will find materials to help you prepare your own tal
k was based on the Security theme. Get a copy of the blank card # 25 and use it
to create your own.
The goal is to organize a training of 10-20 minutes in the workplace. The topic
must be related to tasks that are being developed at that time. For example, if
someone was in danger, you can talk to people how to prevent this risk. This wil
l prevent the same problem does not recur in the future. In order to attract the
attention of its people, you must involve them in the discussion of the problem
and possible solutions. If you manage to get them involved, they will be part o
f the solution not the problem.
Occupational Health Division â ¢ Department of Health Services California â ¢ Februa
ry 2003
HOW TO CREATE A NEW CARD security talk â ¢ 24 â ¢
Creating the card to organize their own training
After selecting a topic, you must start to fill the back of the card blank. The
following is a guide to help you complete the five sections. Preparations before
training: Make a list of what you should prepare to present at the training. Ha
ve any equipment, tool or material that is going to talk. Also find out what usu
ally makes the company to address issues relevant to the health and safety. If t
here is, find the topic and read in the Pocket Guide to the Construction Industr
y published by Cal / OSHA. Introduction: Discuss briefly the subject and its imp
ortance to the tasks being carried out at that time. Questions you should do: pr
esent the issues that encourage employees to participate actively in training, i
nstead of just sitting in front of you to be heard. In this way learn better and
faster. Write questions that motivate their people to discuss how to solve prob
lems. A good question might be: "On Friday we get a fright What can we do to pre
vent this from happening again?" A bad question would be: "Is it okay to use a l
adder as if it were an extension?" Avoid questions which can only be answered wi
th a Yes or No, as these do not promote discussion. Ask employees about their pe
rsonal experiences. Exercises to: Suggest a task order to improve safety, such a
s how to more safely use a tool, a computer or a machine. Make a graphic demonst
ration with someone using the computer to test it in front of everyone. Points t
o cover: Make a list of the most important points that can improve worker safety
. When you are giving the training, the coach should only cover those aspects th
at have not been talked earlier in the section of questions and answers.