We think you have liked this presentation. If you wish to download it, please recommend it to your friends in any social system. Share buttons are a little bit lower. Thank you!
Presentation is loading. Please wait.
Published byGillian Hodges
Modified about 1 year ago
> CareerSafe ® HOSA Conference Session HOSA S TATE A DVISORS M ANAGEMENT C ONFERENCE P RESENTATION P RESENTED BY A NDREA F OSTER M ACK D IRECTOR OF O UTREACH Copyright © 2014 CareerSafe LLC
> CareerSafe ® HOSA Conference Session W HERE ARE YOUR S TUDENTS WORKING ? Copyright © 2014 CareerSafe LLC
> CareerSafe ® HOSA Conference Session W HY ARE T EENS AT R ISK ? Lower pay, higher turnover employment opportunities Inexperience Desire to be responsible and competent Lack of training and supervision Complacency – Behavioral: becoming too comfortable with their environment – Natural: multi-tasking Physical and mental development Copyright © 2014 CareerSafe LLC
> CareerSafe ® HOSA Conference Session W HY ARE T EENS AT R ISK ? Copyright © 2014 CareerSafe LLC Injury Rates by Age and Gender
> CareerSafe ® HOSA Conference Session W ORKING IN H EALTHCARE Copyright © 2014 CareerSafe LLC 8 out of 10 nurses report frequently working with musculoskeletal pain 6.3 million workers employed in 2011 (Healthcare one of fastest- growing sectors in the U.S. economy) $2 billion in annual expense nationwide in workers’ compensation losses Average only 9 hours of safety training per year 1/3 of days away from work injuries result from interactions with patients 2 million instances of violence in workplace per year References: Worker Safety in Hospitals, Caring for our Caregivers, Occupational Safety and Health Administration, United States Department of Labor; Bureau of Labor Statistics, 2011; 2011 National Survey of Safety and Health Practices, OSHA, 2012.
> CareerSafe ® HOSA Conference Session H OW C AN W E MAKE A D IFFERENCE ? Copyright © 2014 CareerSafe LLC CareerSafe and National HOSA have established a partnership to help all young workers succeed in life and in their selected career field of interest. For every OSHA 10-Hour course purchased using the HOSA referral code, CareerSafe has pledged to donate $1.00 to National HOSA with $0.50 of each dollar returning to the state HOSA chapter CareerSafe is currently used in school districts in all 50 states with over 515,000 students enrolled into safety awareness training. Don’t forget to select the HOSA referral code when checking out with CareerSafe.
> CareerSafe ® HOSA Conference Session W HAT IS C AREER S AFE ? Copyright © 2014 CareerSafe LLC Safety Education for America’s Future
> CareerSafe ® HOSA Conference Session W HAT IS C AREER S AFE ? Copyright © 2014 CareerSafe LLC Interactive, online, safety training courses Aims to reduce the risks associated with workplace hazards for young workers Brings the significance of safety to the forefront Currently delivered in all fifty U.S. states and is in use by over 2,500 high schools nationwide Largest provider of online OSHA 10-Hour courses by volume Only program with a focus on training young men and women in the 16 to 24 year old age group
> CareerSafe ® HOSA Conference Session W HO SHOULD TAKE THE OSHA 10-H OUR G ENERAL I NDUSTRY C OURSE ? Affordable at just $50 OSHA 10-Hour safety training course ($25) Customized NIOSH/CDC safety checklist program ($25) Receive up to 25 professional development hours Includes: Receive industry recognized credential upon completion of 10-Hour training Learn how to implement CareerSafe in the classroom Access to teacher supplemental tools (interactive gradebook, fact sheets, lesson plans, PowerPoints, and more) Create a classroom safety portfolio Safety implementation plan Copyright © 2014 CareerSafe LLC
> CareerSafe ® HOSA Conference Session C AREER S AFE OSHA 10-H OUR G ENERAL INDUSTRY Copyright © 2014 CareerSafe LLC Required Modules: Introduction to OSHA (Part 1) Introduction to OSHA (Part 2) StartSafe. StaySafe.® Walking Working Surfaces Safety & Health Programs Fall Hazards Personal Protective Equipment Bloodborne Pathogens Electrocutions Hazards Fire Prevention & Protection Hazardous Communications Ergonomics Emergency Action Optional Modules: Flammable & Combustible Liquids Hand & Power Tools Materials Handling Stairways & Ladders Disaster Preparedness Welding & Cutting Machine Guarding Preventing Workplace Violence
> CareerSafe ® HOSA Conference Session B ENEFITS FOR S TUDENTS Copyright © 2014 CareerSafe LLC Students that complete the CareerSafe OSHA 10-Hour courses will receive: Entry-level training that provides basic safety awareness training in order to recognize, avoid, and prevent safety and health hazards in the workplace Information regarding workers’ rights, employer responsibilities, and how to file a complaint Receive an industry recognized credential from OSHA Become more employable and gain a competitive advantage in the job market
> CareerSafe ® HOSA Conference Session F UNDING O PPORTUNITIES Copyright © 2014 CareerSafe LLC CareerSafe has worked with State and Federal funding programs to compile a list of funding resources to ensure that all students have an opportunity to receive and OSHA industry recognized credential. Federal Perkins WIA Funds Title I State Wagner-Peyser 7(B) Funds Title II Local Corporate contributions Apply for a Mini Grant Local contributions from community
> CareerSafe ® HOSA Conference Session I MPLEMENTING C AREER S AFE IN THE C LASSROOM Copyright © 2014 CareerSafe LLC
> CareerSafe ® HOSA Conference Session I NTERACTIVE Y OUTH - TO -Y OUTH D ESIGN Copyright © 2014 CareerSafe LLC Each module begins with an introduction to the safety topic from two young workers.
> CareerSafe ® HOSA Conference Session O UTLINES AND R EVIEWS Copyright © 2014 CareerSafe LLC Contains an initial outline detailing what will be covered in the module Periodic reviews throughout will keep the information fresh
> CareerSafe ® HOSA Conference Session S CENARIO BASED A CTIVITIES Copyright © 2014 CareerSafe LLC CareerSafe course are based on complex participation through case studies, artificial simulation, and scenario based activities.
> CareerSafe ® HOSA Conference Session K NOWLEDGE C HECKS Copyright © 2014 CareerSafe LLC
> CareerSafe ® HOSA Conference Session M ODULE A SSESSMENTS Copyright © 2014 CareerSafe LLC Each module ends with an assessment 10 questions for each topic The final assessment is 25 questions Assessments must be passed within 3 attempts with a 70% or higher
> CareerSafe ® HOSA Conference Session T EACHER S UPPLEMENTAL T OOLS Teacher Gradebook From the Campus Homepage, click on Voucher and Teacher Tools Click on Gradebook and it will display View student information including username, completion certificate, and assessment grades Reset passwords for students or enable Gradebook Assessment Locking Organize your classrooms by creating groups Copyright © 2014 CareerSafe LLC
> CareerSafe ® HOSA Conference Session T EACHER S UPPLEMENTAL T OOLS Voucher Distribution Tool From the Campus Homepage, click Voucher and Teacher Tools Click on Voucher Distribution Tool (VDT) to view your voucher summary page Add and remove customers Distribute and return vouchers Archive and un-archive students from previous classes. Copyright © 2014 CareerSafe LLC
> CareerSafe ® HOSA Conference Session T EACHER S UPPLEMENTAL T OOLS Additional Resources View CareerSafe lesson plans and PowerPoints tailored to your classroom Receive fact sheets for every topic module Access additional resources that relate to safety and health in the workplace Copyright © 2014 CareerSafe LLC Fact Sheet PowerPoint
> CareerSafe ® HOSA Conference Session W HAT A DDITIONAL C OURSES DOES C AREER S AFE O FFER ? Copyright © 2014 CareerSafe LLC OSHA 10-Hour General IndustryOSHA 10-Hour Construction IndustryOSHA 10-Hour General Industry (Agriculture)Professional Development ProgramCareerSafe Safety Awareness TrainingCyber Safety Awareness Training
> CareerSafe ® HOSA Conference Session G ETTING S TUDENTS I NVOLVED Copyright © 2014 CareerSafe LLC > CareerSafe National Youth Safety Video Contest > National Young Worker Safety Day
> CareerSafe ® HOSA Conference Session Q UESTIONS Copyright © 2014 CareerSafe LLC
> CareerSafe ® E DUCATING FOR CAREERS PRESENTATION : K EEPING OUR STUDENTS SAFE IN THE WORKPLACE P RESENTED BY R OSS A RNOLD C AREER S AFE R EPRESENTATIVE.
Youth Workers in the U.S. Injury of one youth every three minutes (230,000 annually) Hospitalization of one youth every seven minutes (77,000 annually)
StartSafe StaySafe. Introduction The U.S. Congress created OSHA under the Occupational Health and Safety Act of 1970 (the OSH Act). OSHA stands for the.
Introduction to OSHA. Introduction The U.S. Congress created OSHA under the Occupational Health and.
OSHA Long Term Care Worker Protection Train the Trainer Program Part 1: Introduction.
Outreach Training Program General Industry Procedures Directorate of Training and Education Revised April 2011.
A Safety & Health Curriculum For Young Workers DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES Centers for Disease Control and Prevention National Institute for.
1. Is defined as the large area of law covering all aspects of the employer and employee relationship Is important to know from both sides: as an employee.
INITIAL OSHA & DOT TRAINING MODULE 1 Introduction to OSHA and DOT Training.
OSHA Office of Training & Education1 Introduction to OSHA.
1 SAFETY SAFETY Introduction & Overview INSY 3020 SPRING 2005.
KURT DILLON / PEGGY TORRENS DRIVE-IN WORKSHOP 2014 AG / T&I / LPSS.
Marina & Boatyard Safety Basics & Training Robert Smith, ASHM MYMIC Training Technologies.
Legal UNIT B HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT 4.01 Summarize labor laws and regulations that affect employees and management.
NYS Labor Department’s Role in Safe Patient Handling On Site Consultation private sector employers –On Site Surveys In 2007 performed 75 survey visits.
2006 SkillsUSA Louisiana SkillsUSA Louisiana. 2006 SkillsUSA Louisiana SkillsUSA is: A partnership of students, teachers and industry, working together.
Occupational Safety and Health Administration ) OSHA (6742)
Mini 10-Hour Course Standards You Need To Know. OSHA’s Philosophy An effective workplace culture should value safety and health Employers should establish.
1 SAFETY SAFETY Introduction & Overview INSY 3020/7970 SPRING 2008.
Outreach Training Program Construction Industry Procedures Directorate of Training and Education Revised April 2011.
Make a Difference! Discover a Career in Healthcare Management!
Health and Safety OS352 September 9, Agenda Why do we need to legislate health and safety issues? What does OSHA do?
Extended Care Facilities Safety and Ergonomics for Extended Care Facilities.
Risk Assessment S afe W ork at H eight O peration In Pakistan recorded worker fatalities from falls from height average 80 people each year Over 42% of.
95 th Annual AACC Convention April 19, 2015 Campus Safety and Preparedness: Be A Leader in your Community.
1 HAZARD IDENTIFICATION AND RISK ASSESSMENT. Upon completion of this unit you will understand how to identify hazards and assess risks for your dairy.
Bill Fulcher Team Leader – Enforcement Programs February ’07 All Managers’ Meeting Region IV Fatality Update OSHA Standards and Compliance Marilyn M.
Safe At Work: Workplace Safety for Young Workers.
Carol Lowery Lowe’s Grant Manager, SkillsUSA 2014 Lowe’s Grant Opportunities.
Chapter 9 Safety in the Workplace. Key Terms: - write the definition for the following terms Environmental hazards Safety-conscious Ergonomics Disability.
Developed by: Purdue University Agricultural Safety and Health Program Department of Agricultural and Biological Engineering West Lafayette, IN This material.
By Bukola Akinjobi, Carrie Beard, and Jennifer Roper.
National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health Centers for Disease Control and Prevention National Young Worker Safety Resource Center Labor Occupational.
Warm-up While working at the Rest Haven Rehab Center, you walk into Mrs. Jones room to help her prepare for supper. Mrs. Jones is lying in the bed with.
1 Introduction to OSHA. 2 What is OSHA? ! O ccupational S afety and H ealth A dministration !Responsible for worker safety and health protection.
© 2010 Cengage Learning. All Rights Reserved. May not be scanned, copied or duplicated, or posted to a publicly accessible website, in whole or in part.
Workplace Safety For Employees. © Business & Legal Reports, Inc Session Objectives You will be able to: Understand why safety is such an important.
Drafted: April 14, 1969 Amendment Years: April 28, Present time Cole Krieger Period 1 Mr. Bodas.
Oursourcing your Safety Training Needs presentation by Matthew E. Weilert System Safety Solutions.
Jeff Funke, CSP Area Director 2015 OSHA Update for 20 th Annual Safety Conference LEPC/ASSE/MSSC.
CAUTIONCAUTIONCAUTIONCAUTIONCAUTION CAUTION Steps to a Top-Notch Safety Program Presented by: Michael Bell, Vice President Wallace Welch & Willingham.
For more information: Contact - Larry Johnson, Kentucky SkillsUSA State Director, , ext – or cell phone – address.
Why Health Science? Healthcare is currently one of the largest and fastest growing career fields. Healthcare is also one of the career fields that currently.
Environmental Health and Safety. OSHA The Occupational Safety and Health Act (OSHA) imposes three major obligations on employers: 1. To provide a safe.
Delaware Department of Education Career & Technical Education (CTE) and STEM Office 2015 DLC Online Conference 0 Luke Rhine CTE and STEM Workgroup, DDOE.
Help Your Students Find a Future SkillsUSA. The National Federation of Independent Business recently cited the NUMBER ONE problem of its members: “The.
Health Care Facilities Health care is one of the largest and fastest growing industries in the US Employs over 13 million workers in more than.
Career Management Rose Mary Velez Ariel Stilwell 4 th Period.
Speakers: Annette DiPalma, Rochester Works Susan B. Thomas, District 1199C Training and Upgrading Fund H-1B Ready to Work Conference October 15, 2015.
© 2017 SlidePlayer.com Inc. All rights reserved.