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Running head: CASE 52. THE SAFETY TRAINING PROGRAM1Case 52. The Safety Training ProgramNameInstitution
CASE 52. THE SAFETY TRAINING PROGRAM2Case 52. The Safety Training Program1.Evaluate the company’s on-the-job training program. Should it be changed?Even though the tasks seem easy and even new workers tend to grasp the job requirements from the simple on the job training, I believe the on-job training program should improve. I think the first day of work should be dedicated to training only. Training is as necessary as the job itself and so, 20 minutes' training loosely translates to incompetence and inability to do a job. Rather than attending to an individual only brieflyonce, I suggest that the trainer should attend to the new employees for at least 45 minutes,showing the employee every step on how the job is done.Again, the trainer has no need to leave the new employees alone only to return after 20 minutes or so. It is important that the trainer monitors the progress of each worker as they perform. This would still minimize possible injuries while handling equipment that they are not familiar with (Namian et al., 2016). The first demonstration can be done to a group of 15, but individual attendance must not be eliminated. This is because attending to the new workers at the personal level helps the trainer learning their areas of weakness or complications easily and quickly know how to help out. Group