The basis of a hazard recognition course is to discuss the various techniques of hazard recognition and practice those techniques through pictures, video and exercises. Our most popular services are a 7-hour train-the-trainer course and hazard recognition courses ranging from 4 hours to 2 days in length.
This course can be customized for any type of organization. Line managers and employees and safety and health staff will benefit.
The following deliverables can be provided depending on your choice:
- Train-the-Trainer: CTJ can prepare customized PowerPoint’s that your trainers can deliver to other employees. We begin to assemble the client’s PowerPoint’s from our hazard recognition template PowerPoint’s and make changes that would suit the client’s circumstances. The PowerPoint’s that we provide to you will be intended to provide your trainers 4 hours of material to teach; however, these PowerPoint’s can be further customized by you so that your trainers can provide any length of training.
- Trainer’s Manual: CTJ can prepare a trainer’s manual. This manual will be a copy of the PowerPoint word slides and pictures and the comments that can be made concerning each slide.
- Handouts: CTJ can prepare a short handout that each attendee can keep that summarizes the key points of hazard recognition. This might be a short pamphlet, a one-page summary, a wallet card with the Multi-Step Planning Process or the Key Questions of Hazard Recognition, or a combination, depending on your preference.
- Train-the-Trainer Course: CTJ can conduct a one-day train-the-trainer session for your employees who will be expected to teach the Hazard Recognition training.
- Hazard Recognition Courses: CTJ Safety can conduct any number of 4-hour courses for your attendees.
Our typical agenda for a 7-hour train-the-trainer course and a 4-hour Hazard Recognition course is:
- Introduction to the Principles of Hazard Recognition
- The Importance of Codes and Standards to Hazard Recognition
- Pre-Exposure Hazard Recognition Techniques
- During Exposure Hazard Recognition Techniques
- Post-Exposure Hazard Recognition Techniques
- Final Hazard Recognition Exercises
For information about bringing this course to your location, contact us via e-mail or call (919) 466-7506.