TEXT VERSION OF SLIDE:
Title: Course Content & Materials
Type: Text Slide
[Includes OSHA logo]
- Course should address all hazards (e.g., Construction Industry
Focus Four hazards)
- How will course content be developed?
- Who will be involved?
- Qualifications of involved personnel?
- Plan for OSHA approval?
You must have a training content plan. The plan describes what
you'll teach in each of the different types of training sessions
and how you will develop or derive the curriculum.
Your training content must cover all the hazards in the safety
and health topic area. For example, if you're applying in the
Construction Industry Focus Four hazard area, you must cover
all of the Focus Four hazards in your training program.
If you're developing materials you must explain the development
process. Include information on who is involved and their expertise.
If you're planning to use materials that have already been developed,
tell us the source of the materials and why they're a good match
for your audience. If you will be altering other materials,
inform us what changes you're making. Be sure to follow all
It's important that you clearly state what content and curriculum
will be used for each type of training. ALL training products
must be reviewed and approved by OSHA before the materials can
be used for training sessions.
Always include information on the scheduling of these activities,
being sure to include adequate time for the OSHA review.