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RESPOND TO THE FOLLOWING STUDENT POSTS

Carolyn post

In this weeks scenario I do agree with HR that since there has been a 20% increase in accidents that there needs to be a safety analysis done. There are key steps in performing a proper safety analysis. First we would need to look at which area specifically have had the increase in accidents. Next we need to break each area into specific task. Meaning the job/area we need to analyze and determine the specific operations to perform that job. This step may be a bit tedious but according to research this is critical for properly analyzing the overall risk associated with the job. The third step is to determine the hazards and risk in each of the previously discussed task. The fourth step is to identify preventative controls and residual risk. This step means to identify controls you take to prevent these hazards from causing potential accidents. There are benefits to performing a job safety analysis some are help your company to meet safety standards. It can help improve communication, and aid in training.

Ronald post

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hink the HR is directly on first leading the investigations at that point train the employee on the most proficient method to deal with the accidents. The examinations is important as they need to understand who should be trained , what training they need, when they should be trained, why they need the training and how they will be trained.

For training to be successful they need to understand the why, what ,how and the who questions. It is necessary to initially understand what is making the quantity of accidents increase for example is it because of the mistakes by the employees or is it the equipment being used. Through the examinations they are additionally capable identify different perils that had not be previously detected. The investigations process likewise makes mindfulness among the laborers consequently the acknowledgment of the protected strategy at work is improved. For example of accidents like consumes, it would be important for the association to initially dissect why ,what and how the instances of consumes are increasing. They ought to likewise identify whether it is the equipment or the manner in which the staff are handling the equipment. With this information they can give compelling and satisfactory training that would guarantee that the number stops or reduces. During the investigations process the association is ready to identify the arrangement of events, potential accidents and furthermore concoct precaution measures.

for example through breaking down parking of vehicles one can identify that the vehicle may roll and take a preventive measure like parking in level ground.

DISCUSSION 1

 

Respond to the following in a minimum of 175 words:

  • Compare 2 methods of training delivery – such as classroom instructor-led, e-learning, asynchronous instructor-led, blended, etc. – that are or could be used in your organization.
  • What are some advantages and disadvantages of each method?
  • What types of training programs or learners are a best fit for the methods you compared?
  • What are some ways you offset some of the disadvantages or enhance the advantages you identified for the methods?

DISCUSSION 2

Respond to the following in a minimum of 175 words:

  • How can this model be implemented in your organization?
  • Share an example of how you might evaluate a training using each of the levels. How would it inform the way you measure the success of the training example you shared?