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MAINTENANCE & OPERATIONS STAFF - OSHA SAFETY TRAINING SCHEDULE

MAINTENANCE & OPERATIONS STAFF - OSHA SAFETY TRAINING SCHEDULE

2021 SAFETY TRAINING SCHEDULE

Training Month  OSHA Training Topic Safety Manual Resources Training Resource(s)
 
 Winter 2021
 
(2-hour online training)
Asbestos / Lead Awareness
 January 2021
Lifting Safety
 February 2021
Personal Protection Equipment
 March 2021
Hand & Power Tool Safety
 April 2021
Electrical & Lockout / Blockout Safety
 May 2021
Ladder Safety 
 June 2021
Motor Vehicle Safety
 July 2021
Heat Illness Prevention
 August 2021
Pest Management
 September 2021
Fall Protection Program
 October 2021
-Indoor Air Quality  
-Mold Awareness
 November 2021
District Code of Safe Practices
 
 December 2021
Fire Prevention Area Safety
 Winter 2022
Asbestos & Lead
(REQUIRED annual online awareness)
  Additional Resources:
 Hazard Assessment Checklist
KEENAN ONLINE TRAINING
  • *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. 
      • Employees or Trainers should visit the Keenan Safe Schools website
      • 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 a 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.