Case studies are great way to help small groups develop risk recognition skills and gain more depth of understanding the OSHA regulations.
In a group training session case studies can be utilized in initial or refresher training to help employees relate OSHA requirements to job hazards. Case studies help provide a foundation for employees to draw relationships between OSHA requirements and their own safety.
Students will gain a learn how to:
Each case study is centered around a specific OSHA 1910 requirement that includes a brief description of an accident. Students will learn how to:
1) Identify possible causes,
2) Identifying applicable OSHA standard requirements,
3) Identifying preventive actions.
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