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Maintenance & Operations Staff - OSHA Safety Training Schedule

MAINTENANCE AND OPERATIONS DEPARTMENT
2017-18 SAFETY TRAINING SCHEDULE

CUSD Injury Illness Prevention Program (IIPP): click HERE

all items underlined are hyperlinks

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Training Month

OSHA Training Topic

Safety Manual Resources

Training Resource(s)

Fall 2017

(2 hour online training - details pending)

Asbestos / Asbestos Awareness

Asbestos Management Plan

October 2017

Lifting Safety

Lifting Safety

November 2017

Fall Protection Program

Fall Prevention

December 2017

Hand & Power Tool Safety

Hand & Power Tool Safety

UPDATED FALL 2017

January 2018

Electrical & Lockout / Blockout Safety

Lockout / Blockout

February 2018

Ladder Safety

Ladder Safety

March 2018

Motor Vehicle Safety

Driving Safety

April 2018

Personal Protection Equipment

P.P.E.

May 2018

Pest Management

June 2018

Heat Illness Prevention

Heat Illness

July 2018

Indoor Air Quality 

Indoor Air Quality

August 2018

Mold Awareness

Mold

September 2018

Fire Prevention Area Safety

Fire Prevention

October 2018

Asbestos & Lead

(REQUIRED annual online awareness)

ASBESTOS

&

LEAD

Additional Resources:

Hazard Assessment Checklist

YouTube Comic Relief

 

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  • *KEENAN ONLINE TRAINING (optional unless otherwise stated):
    • All of the above OSHA safety topics have been added to CUSD’s accessible training modules (like Mandated Reporter Training) on the Keenan site. These trainings are in italics below
      • Employees or Trainers should go to: https://capousd-keenan.safeschools.com/login.
      • Log in with employee ID
      • See a Confirm Log-in Page—put employee ID in again
      • Mandated Reporter Training option will show.  Below it says “view more courses.”
      • Click on “View more courses.”
      • Select course and begin.
  • TIPS TO IMPROVE SAFETY MEETINGS
    • Lead & Believe - A strong leader presence is critical to a successful meeting.
      • The participants will see that you believe in the message and that they should as well.
    • Listen - Be a facilitator of ideas, not a lecturer.
      • Ask questions that engage people as well as promote conversation.
    • Conduct Roving Safety Meetings – To make a safety meeting more engaging and interactive consider performing a “Hazard Hunt” - a roving tailgate meeting.
      • Each person is involved in locating potential unsafe conditions/hazards at a prearranged workstation or job site.
    • Change the Leader – Rotating safety-meeting leaders gets everyone involved in addition to promoting the ownership of ideas.
    • Focus on People, Not Policy – The meeting’s message should include culture as well as compliance.
      • People are more likely to respond to a safety message when the focus is on what matters most to them.

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