Effective Training Techniques – OSHA’s View and Advice

In this presentation Cindy Lewis and Jonathan Klane will discuss OSHA's view and advice on their training requirements.  These include several great resources on adult learning tips and methods.

During this 90 minute webcast, Cindy and Jonathan will discuss:

  • Most frequently cited standards in 2010 (some are training-related)
  • Training requirements for Construction Industry
  • Other helpful training references: ANSI Z 490.1 & Blooms Taxonomy
  • ASSE Professional Safety Articles on Effective Training Techniques
  • OSHA Construction Trainer resources and requirements
  • OSHA Resources
At the end of the webinar, participants should be able to:
  • Explain Bloom's Taxonomy for learning and education;
  • Describe ANSI 490.1 and how it aids in EHS Training;
  • Locate several ASSE articles on training and learning (in Professional Safety Journal);
  • List several of OSHA's training resources, requirements, and advice; and
  • Develop training that incorporates some of these training/adult learning tips.
This virtual class will take place on Wednesday, March 28 from 11:00 AM - 12:30 PM CENTRAL.


Deliverables

  • Webcast with 30 day access to archived recording for ANYTIME/ANYWHERE viewing
  • Slides from the session
  • 0.2 CEUs


*** SPECIAL OFFER ***

This webcast is sponsored by the Training & Communication Branch of ASSE. Are you a current member of ASSE's Training and Communications Branch? Then you can get this webinar for just $60! Send a message to ASSE's Manager of Practice Specialties, Krista Sonneson at ksonneson@asse.org to get your special discount code!


Webinar Pricing

  • Member Price $95.00
  • AIHA/ACHMM $105.00 (PLEASE NOTE: When registering online, you must enter the following coupon code for a $10.00 discount: AIHA1911 You may register online as a "Non-Member" and enter this coupon code into the field for "Registration Discount Code.")
  • List Price $115.00


Speaker Information

Cindy Lewis,MS, Chair of ASSE's Training & Communication Branch

Cindy L. Lewis is the owner of Creative Safety Solutions, Dickinson, TX and Outreach Program Coordinator, Gulf Coast Safety Institute, College of the Mainland, Texas City, TX.    With Creative Safety Solutions she consults with small businesses in safety, health and training.  As the Outreach Program Coordinator she is the Administrator for the OSHA Challenge Program and she oversees the small business alliance with OSHA and the Gulf Coast Young Worker Safety Center in partnership with the Georgia Tech University.  She holds a B.S. in Chemistry from MacMurray College, Jacksonville, IL and an M.S. in Environmental & Occupational Health Sciences from the University of Illinois - Chicago where she was a NIOSH trainee.  She has worked in the OEHS profession for nearly 20 years.   Lewis is a member and past chair of AIHA's Communication and Training Methods Committee.  She is also an active member of ASSE having held offices at the chapter, regional and Society levels.  Lewis was named the ASSE Gulf Coast Chapter's Safety Professional of the Year (SPY) and Region III SPY in 2002 and Training and Communication Branch SPY in 2008.  She has also received the ASSE Culbertson Outstanding Volunteer and Presidents Awards.  She has published articles in ASSE's Professional Safety and the VPPPA's The Leader.


Jonathan Klane, M.S.Ed., CIH, CHMM, CET, is the Owner/Founder of Klane's Education Information Training Hub, LLC (KEITH) in Fairfield, Maine.

  • Has 24+ years of experience providing health, safety, training, and consulting services including "Train-the-Trainer" courses to business, industry, government, and education including OSHA VPP companies. 
  • Clients include Alere, CMP, Chevron, Cianbro, GE, L.L.Bean, Merck, Native Tribes of Maine, State agencies in Maine, URS Corp., Verso Paper, and many others
  • Founded Klane's Education Information Training Hub, LLC SM (KEITH SM) in 1998.
  • Taught for 3 years full-time in Occupational Health & Safety (OHS) at Central Maine Technical College (CMTC).
  • Faculty member at Thomas College in their Graduate Program for courses in Health, Safety & Security, Train-the-Trainer, Risk Assessment and Management, Wellness and Health Ed., Risk Management for the 21st Century, Organizational Theory & Behavior, Conflict Management and Resolution, and Marketing Management.
  • Certified Industrial Hygienist (CIH), Certified Hazardous Materials Manager (CHMM), and Certified Environmental Trainer (CET), as well as having a Masters in Adult Education (M.S.Ed.) which greatly influences how he provides training. 
  • Has presented (&/or is scheduled to) ~100 times at national and regional conference sessions across North America and the Caribbean -  AK, AZ, Kamloops (BC), CA, CO, CT, FL, GA, Halifax (NS),  IA, IL, IN, KY, LA,  MA, MD, ME, MN, MO, NH, NM, NV, OH, OR, PA, RI, Toronto (ON), TX, VA, WA, and Trinidad & Tobago! 
  • Writing the book, Integrating Wellness, Safety, and Industrial Hygiene: Why It Works and How to Do It! for John Wiley & Sons Publishing.
  • Authored the book, Manual of Environmental Safety and Health Abbreviations (MESHA) published by ACGIH.
  • Authored chapter on "Training Delivery" in the National Environmental Safety and Health Training Association's published guidebook to implementing the ANSI Standard Z490 on EHS Training.
  • Authored "Controlling Workplace Chemical Exposures" in the IHMM's textbook Managing Hazardous Materials.
  • Authored "Combine Wellness with Workplace Safety and Health - 12 Steps You Can Take to Increase Your Total Health!" in the book Healthy Profits: The 5 Elements of Strategic Wellness in the Workplace.
  • Authored many articles (including "Mandatory Continuing Education - How Can We Make It Better?" and "Really Effective Training!" both published in Occupational Health and Safety magazine, "15 Rules of Marketing" published in The Synergist of the American Industrial Hygiene Association, and several articles in various ASSE Practice Specialty newsletters. 
  • Developed and presented many on-line Webinars on Training, Wellness, and Health and Safety topics for ASSE, ACHMM, Progressive Audio Conferences, and SafetyXChange/Bongarde Media.
  • Interviewed for multiple articles in Occupational Hazards magazine, BLR's OSHA Compliance Advisor, Old House Journal Magazine, and Maine Sunday Telegram.
  • Lives in Fairfield, Maine with his wife, Deborah (an author), two sons, Evan and Ian, and their dogs, Anna and Colby. 


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