This practical downloadable manual can help anyone become a more effective trainer. It will strengthen training skills, sell management on its importance, and help you turn out a well-trained workforce. Learn how to conduct a needs assessment, develop the training plan for your organization, choose the most effective training techniques, prepare for your training, conduct a successful training session, ensure your training is effective, and when and how to outsource.
Before you can effectively manage the environment, health, and safety (EHS) function, you must convince management that your activities produce business value. This practical handbook lays out the concrete steps that EHS managers must take to get support for their initiatives. The guidebook also helps EHS managers align processes and systems with the goals of senior management, and translate initiatives into bottom-line results.
Updated in 2014, Safety 101 book addresses the key elements of successful safety programs and shows how to implement them. It covers the role of the safety manager; setting the stage for safety success; how to identify hazards and neutralize their dangers; how to write policies and a safety handbook; how to assess training needs and develop and deliver training; how to motivate employees toward safe behavior; and how to perform the many other aspects of safety management, like audits, inspections, investigations, etc.