The best learning transfer happens when participants have fun!
Stop wasting time, money, energy, and resources on lecture-based safety trainings that have been proven ineffective. Set participants up for success with action-based safety training activities that will prevent injuries and incidents.
Safety Training That Transfers offers more than 50 activities dedicated to different aspects of workplace safety. Each activity includes an overview, step-by-step instructions, and debriefing questions that reinforce each lesson.
The activities are so memorable that participants will be talking about them long after the formal training is complete. Activities range from a newspaper race to a safety scavenger hunt. And your employees will be excited to see what comes next. They increase knowledge, build coworker relationships, and boost morale. All incorporate adult learning theory and principles of knowledge retention.
|Publisher:||American Society for Training & Development|
|Product dimensions:||6.90(w) x 9.80(h) x 0.40(d)|
About the Author
Steven Cohen is cofounder and CEO of Meyvn Global, a contemporary training consultancy with roots in the mining industry. He has logged thousands of hours focused on developing those in an organizational setting. Steve spends most of his free time thinking about the next great training solution, and is constantly building models for improving organizational health.
Steve holds an MS in organizational development from Pepperdine University, and a BA in speech communication from the University of Illinois, Champaign-Urbana. He lives in Denver, Colorado, where he volunteers with Big Brothers Big Sisters, lives an active lifestyle, and takes every opportunity to fly to sunny California to visit with family.
Ellis Ritz is one of the cofounders of Meyvn Global, and is currently acting as the director of learning and development. During his nearly 40 years of mining and training experience, Ellis saw a need for training and consulting on a level that others could better identify with.
Ellis holds a Certified Professional of Learning and Performance (CPLP) certificate through the American Society of Training & Development, now known as ATD, of which he is a member. He lives in Tucson, Arizona, where he writes short stories and poetry, and chases antiques when time permits. He retreats to fly-fishing when it’s vacation time, as there is nothing like a new adventure.
Table of Contents
Chapter 1 Icebreakers 1
Chapter 2 General Safety 21
Chapter 3 Team Building 55
Chapter 4 Creativity Focused 83
Chapter 5 Brainstormers 95
Chapter 6 Comprehensive Activities 111
About the Authors 143