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• Publication Date: 07/27/1984
• Publication Type: Notice
• Fed Register #: 49:30290
• Title: Voluntary Training Guidelines; Issuance of Revised Training Guidelines
• Abstract: OSHA has developed a set of voluntary training guidelines to assist employers in providing the safety and health information and instruction needed for their employees to work at minimal risk to themselves, to fellow employees, and to the public, the guidelines are designed to help employers to (1) determine whether a worksite problem can be solved by training; (2) determine what training, if any, is needed; (3) identify goals and objectives for the training;(4) design leaning activities; (5) conduct training; (6) determine the effectiveness of the training; and (7) revise the training program based on feedback from employees, supervisors, and others. The development of these guidelines is part of an agency-wide objective to encourage cooperative, voluntary safety and health activities among OSHA, the business community, and workers. These voluntary programs include training and education, consultation, voluntary protection programs, and abatement assistance. For further information contact; Office of Training and Education, Occupational Safety and Health Administration, U.S. Department of Labor, 1555 Times Drive, Des Plaines, Illinois 60018. Phone: (708)297-4810.

Abstract:

OSHA has developed a set of voluntary training guidelines to assist
employers in providing the safety and health information and
instruction needed for their employees to work at minimal risk to
themselves, to fellow employees, and to the public, the guidelines
are designed to help employers to (1) determine whether a worksite
problem can be solved by training; (2) determine what training, if
any, is needed; (3) identify goals and objectives for the training;
(4) design leaning activities; (5) conduct training; (6) determine
the effectiveness of the training; and (7) revise the training
program based on feedback from employees, supervisors, and others.
The development of these guidelines is part of an agency-wide
objective to encourage cooperative, voluntary safety and health
activities among OSHA, the business community, and workers. These
voluntary programs include training and education, consultation,
voluntary protection programs, and abatement assistance. For further
information contact; Office of Training and Education, Occupational
Safety and Health Administration, U.S. Department of Labor, 1555
Times Drive, Des Plaines, Illinois 60018. Phone: (708)297-4810.

Federal Registers - Table of Contents

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