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In Unit V, we prepared a lesson plan for a safety training topic to be presented to Carter's employees.

In Unit V, we prepared a lesson plan for a safety training topic to be presented to Carter's employees. In this assignment, we will develop a cost estimate and business case justification for the training. 1. Using the lesson plan you submitted for the Unit V Assignment, estimate the costs for the initial development and implementation of the training (year one). You can use Table 1 on page 92 of the course textbook as a guide, but the final format is up to you. You will not know many of the actual numbers, but you can use information from your own organization or from additional research. The "OSHA Business Case for Safety and Health" webpage is a good place to start your research: https://www.osha.gov/dcsp/products/topics/businesscase/costs.html 2.Explain to top management in business terms, how the cost of the training will benefit the organization.






Unit V Assignment


In Unit IV, you completed a safety and health training assessment for one of Carter's departments, and you established training goals and objectives for a specific training topic. In this assignment, we will develop a lesson plan for presenting the topic to the workers. This assignment provides you with an opportunity to demonstrate the following course learning outcome:


3. Develop strategies for communicating safety and health training in the workplace.


Review Carter's case from the Unit I Assignment, follow the instructions below before completing each exercise, save all of your work to this template, and submit it in Blackboard for grading.


Instructions for completing the assignment: Using the goals and objectives worksheet you submitted as a part of the Unit IV Assignment, series of exercises (Exercises 5.1 through 5.7) to develop a lesson plan that will meet the course objectives identified for your selected topic.


Exercise 5.1: A lesson plan often includes some sort of reading assignment. For this exercise, identify at least two sources from the CSU Online Library that you would have your attendees read for the training. Please format each source using


Source one: Wells, K. (2018). Is Managing Getting in the Way of Leading?. Retrieved from: http://web.b.ebscohost.com.libraryresources.columbiasouthern.edu/ehost/pdfviewer/pdfviewer?vid=13&sid=dd68a75d-6233-457c-93c5-e532a4a8d41b%40pdc-v-sessmgr01


Source two: American Society of Safety Engineers. (2018). Professional Safety. Retrieved from: http://web.b.ebscohost.com.libraryresources.columbiasouthern.edu/ehost/external?vid=9&sid=dd68a75d-6233-457c-93c5-e532a4a8d41b%40pdc-v-sessmgr01


Exercise 5.2: With at least provide a brief description of the location where the training will take place.


The location for the employees of Carter's Material Company will be at a meeting room to accommodate the employees. The meeting room is needed so that employees can have enough space to learn about any safety training. The space is important since some safety classes might require special equipment to demonstrate to the trainees how to handle the equipment. The meeting room must have a quick access to the outside to practice outside if needed.  



Exercise 5.3: With at leas, provide a somewhat detailed description of who should conduct the training. What type of trainer do you want? What type of qualifications should the trainer have? What else do you want in a trainer?


Experience! The person that should conduct a training must have plenty of experience. Three to five years at least of experience in construction safety and a college degree in occupational safety and health. Also a Certified Safety Professional (CSP) or Certified Safety Hygienist (CSH) to add to their education. The person should also have experience conducting classes so that employees can benefit the most from this training.



Exercise 5.4: This exercise involves drafting the initial details for the lesson/presentation. (You do not need to write the lesson yet—this is just a detailed description to get started.)


Name of the lesson/presentation:

Risk Management

Expected length of lesson/presentation (Time):

4hrs

List relevant learning objective(s):

•         Hazard

•         Risk

•         Risk Assessment

•         Risk Management

•         Gambling


Provide a brief description of the lesson/presentation and how it would be delivered:

•         Reduction in Material and Property Damage.

•         Effective Mission Accomplishment.

•         Reduction in Serious Injuries and Fatalities.



Exercise 5.5: Next, draft a classroom or workplace activity that involves peer learning.


Activity 1

Name of the activity:

Emergency Care

Expected length of activity (Time):

2hrs

List relevant learning objective(s):

First Aid

CPR

Provide a brief description of the activity, including how students would participate, how students would interact, how the trainer would prepare, what type of equipment is required, and the knowledge or skill gained:

Basic first aid procedures


Exercise 5.6: This exercise involves drafting two additional activities that you would like to include as a part of the training.


Activity 2

Name of the activity:

Fire Safety

Expected length of activity (Time):

4hrs

List relevant learning objective(s):

Elements of fire

Flammable Liquids

Fire Extinguishers

Provide a brief description of the activity, including how students would participate, how students would interact, how the trainer would prepare, what type of equipment is required, and the knowledge or skill gained:

good housekeeping practices, proper procedures when handling flammable material, what to do if a fire breaks out, and the proper use of fire extinguishers

Activity 3

Name of the activity:

Intro to OSHA

Expected length of activity (Time):

6HRS

List relevant learning objective(s):

The OSH Act of 1970

HISTORY OF SAFETY

What is OSHA?

How OSHA Works

Provide a brief description of the activity, including how students would participate, how students would interact, how the trainer would prepare, what type of equipment is required, and the knowledge or skill gained:

An introduction to what OSHA means and how to follow it the right way.

Exercise 5.7: Describe how you would document who attended the training. Your response should be at least


Employers should maintain an office file on each employee with records of training completed and expiration dates. It's important to know the expiration dates so that employees can be sent out to take an update on specific trainings. Documenting trainings provided help the employer to document employee trainings and provides employees with a document with a completion of training certificate. Lesson plans are also part of the documentation as well as a class roster with training dates and names of attendees. Documenting the information of the presenter is also important. In case of an accident, all this information will validate if the company had their employees well trained or if the accident happened because of lack of training. 

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