Day Two: Workplace Safety Education -- Questions for Presenters
Submitted by Cynthia Zafft on December 6, 2016 - 9:05am
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First of all, I am still pouring over the PowerPoint. As Mike mentioned, we can email it to you. And, as always, any and all questions are welcome. My first one is for both the community members and Annette.
Regarding Annette's Presentation
For those who couldn't attend the Workplace Safety Education webinar, I want to call your attention to the Susan Harwood Grant Products, over 300 training material packages (guides, ppts, handouts, tests). Materials developed under the grant are made available on the OSHA website: https://www.osha.gov/dte/grant_materials/material_listing_topic.html
A few that caught my eye right away included training on the "chain of infection" and infection control, a really neat set on homecare work (including a lesson on mapping risks in the home), a guide for front-line worker advocates, school workers safety, young workers safety, many with specific English language instruction... Take a look at just one that catches your eye. How could you use it in your program?
A QUESTION FOR ANNETTE: Is there any problem with adult educators using the materials in their classes? They look very usable but the homepage mentions being health and safety professionals.
Mike, would you also post this to the Skilled Immigrant and Refugee Workgroup? I don't seem to be able to do that.
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