WORK SAFETY TRAINING IN SCHOOLS

I THEORY

Purpose: Helps students grasp basic knowledge of labor safety risk management in school.

    1. Grasp general knowledge of the OSH legal system such as: Rights and obligations of employers and employees; OSH policies and regimes for workers; Basic knowledge about dangerous and harmful factors in the workplace and methods to improve working conditions; Functions and tasks of the hygiene safety network,…
    2. Understand requirements for labor safety and hygiene in the workplace: Work processes and specific requirements for OSH in the workplace.
    3. Concepts of risk
      1. What is the hazard?
        • Common hazards
        • Hazard classification
        • Hidden danger
        • Line of fire
        • Warning of dangers
        • Incidents, accidents, near-misses
      2. What are risks?
        • What is a dangerous event?
        • What is the likelihood (L) of happening?
        • How to calculate L according to matrix
        • What is the consequence (C)?
        • How to calculate C according to the matrix
        • Evaluate R using matrix 5
        • Assess the level of risk?
        • Examples of Risk levels
      3. Identify hazards and risks
        • Concept
        • Cause of accident
        • Where to find the danger?
        • Know the 6 most important risk areas in schools:
          • Physical risks in park areas, stairs and other places
          • Physical risks in sports areas
          • Physical risks in school canteens
          • Social-emotional risks in the playground
          • Social-emotional risks in the bathroom area
          • Social-emotional risks in social networks
        • Know the most important risk areas in schools for office staff
          • Risk of slipping, falling, tripping
          • Risk of electric shock
          • Gas poisoning
          • Risk of lung cancer due to asbestos
          • Reduced vision due to computer screens
          • Risk of bone, joint and spine diseases
          • Risk of eye disease
          • Fire and explosion safety risk
          • Risk of infectious diseases
          • Risk of respiratory disease
          • Risk of Stress
          • Elevator for high-rise buildings
          • High-rise apartment windows or balconies
          • Wrong posture
          • Tobacco
      4. Risk assessment
        • Calculate risk
        • Compare with allowed risk
        • Risk handling strategies
      5. Risk control
        • Concepts related to risk management
        • Ways to reduce risks
        • Residual risks (residual)
        • Acceptable risk – ALARP
        • Risk control measures
        • New method of calculating RLC points
      6. Risk management models
        • Risk assessment and management model
        • Stop, think, act
        • Zero accident program; Safety first
        • Safety management model
        • Bowtie analysis
        • Swiss cheese model
      7. Monitoring and reporting
        • Supervision skills
        • Reporting skills
      8. Safety culture

II. PRACTICE

Purpose: Helps students practice labor safety risk management skills in school.

    1. Practice safety risk assessment in the workplace
    2. Practice risk management

III. DISCUSSION

IV. TAKE THE FINAL TEST

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