Manuales de utilidad para evaluar el entrenamiento en seguridad.

  1. Assessing Occupational Safety and Health Training. A Literature Review. A literature review was undertaken to assess the merits of such training rules to achieve this objective and to sort out factors of consequence. The review focussed heavily on published reports, primarily drawn from the period 1980 through 1996, wherein training was used as an intervention effort to reduce risk of work-related injury and disease.
  2. DRAFT MODEL TRAINING PROGRAM FOR HAZARD COMMUNICATION. This document is designed to help employers provide effective training to employees who are exposed to hazardous chemicals, as required by the Occupational Safety and Health Administration’s (OSHA) Hazard Communication Standard (HCS). Effective training is vital to understanding the information provided on chemical container labels and material safety data sheets, and applying that information in the workplace to protect against chemical hazards.
  3. Hazard Recognition Training Program for Construction, Maintenance and Repair Activities. In order to investigate this concept for training miners to recognize hazards, NIOSH researchers developed a prototype hazard recognition training program using such mining scenes. A control program based on traditional highlighted mining scenes was also developed. Both programs were applied to subjects in a field experiment. Results indicated that miners trained with the degraded images did significantly better on a followup test of hazard recognition.4 This hazard recognition program teaches trainees to look for hazards in a more realistic manner than that of the control program.