Grantee Name: National Safety Council
Grant Number: 46E0-HT10
Grant Year: 2006
The grantee developed training on how to prevent slips, trips and falls including recognizing and controlling hazards. The training targets small business. Training materials include a facilitator guide, participant guide, and PowerPoint presentations.
Slips, Trips, Falls
|Preventing Slips, Trips and Falls: Strategies for Small Business|
|Module 1: Introduction to Preventing Slips, Trips and Falls||36 slides||PPT*||437 KB|
|Module 2: Recognizing Slip, Trip and Fall Hazards||28 slides||PPT*||1.1 MB|
|Module 3: Evaluating Slip, Trip and Fall Hazards||26 slides||PPT*||1.2 MB|
|Module 4: Controlling Slips, Trips and Falls||21 slides||PPT*||1.8 MB|
|Module 5: Action Planning||6 slides||PPT*||125 KB|
|Facilitator Guide Table of Contents||4 pages||PDF*||44 KB|
|Facilitator Guide Program Overview||20 pages||PDF*||69 KB|
|Facilitator Guide Introduction||6 pages||PDF*||27 KB|
|Facilitator Guide Module 1||12 pages||PDF*||40 KB|
|Facilitator Guide Module 2||18 pages||PDF*||54 KB|
|Facilitator Guide Module 3||18 pages||PDF*||55 KB|
|Facilitator Guide Module 4||18 pages||PDF*||53 KB|
|Facilitator Guide Module 5||6 pages||PDF*||30 KB|
|Checklist for Evaluating Floor Safety||1 page||PDF*||12 KB|
|Checklist for Recognizing Hazards||8 pages||PDF*||26 KB|
|Controls for Risk Factors Relating to the Environment||2 pages||PDF*||44 KB|
|Controls for Risk Factors Relating to the Equipment||2 pages||PDF*||47 KB|
|Controls for Risk Factors Relating to the Individual||1 page||PDF*||22 KB|
|Controls for Risk Factors Relating to the Work Practices||1 page||PDF*||27 KB|
|Emergency Illumination Checklist||1 page||PDF*||12 KB|
|Floor Types and Treatments||2 page||PDF*||17 KB|
|Ladder Safety Checklist||1 page||PDF*||437 KB|
|Risk Classes for Floors||2 pages||PDF*||56 KB|
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