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IV. SAFETY AND HEALTH TRAINING
A. Employees Learn Hazards (How to Protect Themselves and Others)
Facility is committed to high-quality employee hazard training, ensures all participate, and provides regular updates; in addition, employees can demonstrate proficiency in, and support of, all areas covered by training.
Facility is committed to high-quality employee hazard training, ensures all participate, and provides regular updates.
Facility provides legally required training and makes effort to include all employees.
Training is provided when the need is apparent; experienced employees are assumed to know the material.
Facility depends on experience and informal peer training to meet needs.
B-1. Supervisors Learn Responsibilities
and Underlying Reasons
All supervisors assist in worksite hazard analysis, ensure physical protections, reinforce training, enforce discipline, and can explain work procedures based on the training provided to them.
Most supervisors assist in worksite hazard analysis, ensure physical protections, reinforce training, enforce discipline, and can explain work procedures based on the training provided to them.
Supervisors have received basic training, appear to understand and demonstrate importance of worksite hazard analysis, physical protections, training reinforcement, discipline, and knowledge of work procedures.
Supervisors make responsible efforts to meet safety and health responsibilities, but have limited training.
There is no formal effort to train supervisors in safety and health responsibilities.
B-2. Managers Learn Safety and Health Program Management
All managers have received formal training in safety and health management responsibilities.
All managers follow, and can explain, their roles in safety and health program management.
Managers generally show a good understanding of their safety and health role and usually model it.
Managers are generally able to describe their safety and health role, but often have trouble modeling it.
Managers generally show little understanding of their safety and health management responsibilities.
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