- What are Supervisory Responsibilities?
- What is a Safety Meeting?
- How to conduct an Incident/Accident Investigations?
- How to analyze Job Safety?
- What is a Good Inspection Program?
- What are some Inspection Examples?
- How and When to Conduct Training?
Other Supervisor Training Presentations
Behavior-Based Safety Training for Supervisors by US Mine Rescue AssociationDate Created: 2006 Number of Slides: 67 OHSA Regulations: This presentation is compliant with 29 CFR 1960.9. Created by: US Mine Rescue Association
Supervisor and Manager Safety Responsibilities (R & R) by OSHA Training Network USADate Created: 2012 Number of Slides: 20 OHSA Regulations: This presentation is compliant with 29 CFR 1960.9. Created by: OSHA Training Network USA
Construction Supervisor Safety Training PPT
This presentation was made by the Associated General Contractors of America last 2008. The AGC of America is an organization for contractors to maintain workplace safety within the jobsite, improve and develop techniques and provide a better communication between contractors and owners. Some points covered in this presentation are: How Supervisors solve problems and make decisions, What Supervisor do when planning and scheduling, What to do to increase productivity, and What is Cost awareness.
Supervisor Safety Training: Air Force PPT
This presentation provided by the Altus Air Force Base gives guidance to Supervisors in maintaining a Drug-Free workplace. Supervisors are given responsibility to recognize behaviors that indicate of drug or alcohol abuse among employees. The Air Force marks this as an important duty to provide excellent service and a safe working environment. Other topics discussed are: Different Types of Drugs and their Effects, Air Force Random Drug Testing Policy and Procedure, Other Types of Testing, Reasonable Suspicion Testing Overview.
Supervisor Safety Responsibilities PPT
The Department of Administration of Wisconsin produced this presentation about Safety Role and Responsibilities of a Supervisor found on slides #18 to #23. A Supervisor is given training on Safety Management Planning to achieve a safe production. The importance of safety is to avoid some factors: Bad Public Relation, Cost of Accidents, Expense Control and Legal Concerns. Other topics included are: Safety Management Elements, Equipment and Materials Management,Development of a Safety Management Plan.
Supervisor Safety: IIPP Powerpoint
California State University provided this presentation on Injury and Illness Prevention Plan (IIPP). Supervisors responsibility is to identify, eliminate and minimize hazards. Another is to make sure an employee undergoes training before starting work, supervise employees to make sure safety compliance is observed and to investigate accidents and make reports. Other topics included are: Eight Components of IIPP, Job Safety Analysis, Hierarchy of Control, Hazard Communication.