|Grantee Name: University of Texas at Arlington||Grant Number: SH-20865-10||Grant Year: 2010|
The grantee provided a worker awareness class and a train-the-trainer class to long-term healthcare workers and employers on workplace safety and health hazards, worker rights, and employer responsibilities under the OSH Act. Training materials include PowerPoint presentations, tests and handouts.
|Long-Term Care Worker Protection Program|
|Worker Awareness Program|
|Module 01: Introduction to OSHA||46 slides||PPT*||1.5 MB|
|Module 02: Hazard Communication Standard||33 slides||PPT*||2.9 MB|
|Module 03: Bloodborne Pathogens: Prevention of Spread of Infectious Diseases||68 slides||PPT*||5.3 MB|
|Module 04: Electrical Safety: Subpart S||36 slides||PPT*||2.9 MB|
|Module 05: Walking & Working Surfaces: Subpart D||35 slides||PPT*||3.2 MB|
|Module 06: Exit Routes, Emergency Action Plans, Fire Prevention Plans and Fire Protection: Subparts E & L||41 slides||PPT*||3.4 MB|
|Module 07: Ergonomics||35 slides||PPT*||2.2 MB|
|Module 08: Workplace Violence Prevention||56 slides||PPT*||4.7 MB|
|Worksite Hazard Mapping||1 page||PDF*||27 KB|
|Part 1: Introduction||24 slides||PPT*||820 KB|
|Part 2: Engaging Workers in Health & Safety Education||18 slides||PPT*||791 KB|
|Part 3: Review of Training Materials and Content||27 slides||PPT*||412 KB|
|Part 4: Planning the Training Sessions||20 slides||PPT*||382 KB|
|Part 5: Strategies to Customize Training||13 slides||PPT*||402 KB|
|Part 6: Best Practices in Teaching Strategies||49 slides||PPT*||767 KB|
|Part 7: Evaluation Tools and Post-Test||10 slides||PPT*||347 KB|
|Train-the-Trainer Post Test||3 pages||PDF*||55 KB|
|Train-the-Trainer Program Objectives||2 pages||PDF*||29 KB|
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