Course Description:
Supervisor Safety – advanced course discusses rules for the workplace, oil rig supervisor responsibilities, defines adequate supervision, benefits of supervisor involvement in the safety process, supervisor responsibilities for holding employees accountable for safety, discussion of jobsite or facility safety training situations that the supervisor must be involved with.

Course Objectives: Upon completion of this course the participant will be able to:

1. Describe and discuss “Rules for all types of workplaces”
2. Detail supervisor responsibilities to provide resources and support.
3. Define “adequate supervision” and describe how supervisors can meet this requirement.
4. Discuss the benefits and nature of supervisor involvement in safety training.
5. Describe supervisor responsibilities for holding employees accountable for safety.
6. Describe and discuss oil rig situations where the safety supervisor must provide leadership, training, accident investigative skills, human resource skills, workplace knowledge skills.

Course Outline:
Part 1- Construction/General Industry Supervisor Safety
I. Rules for All workplaces
A. Discussion of the OSHA general duty clause
B. Discussion of interaction between skills, training, education, attitude, knowledge
C. Discussion of providing effective safety training
D. Definition of safety education
E. Poor safety performance & training discussion
F. How to determine if there is a deficiency in safety training
G. Non-training options

II. Supervisor responsibilities
A. What is on-the-job training
B. Basic steps of OJT(on-the-job) training
C. Discussion of paperwork & OJT
D. The law & providing resources & support to workers
E. Discussion of making the psychological & physiological environment healthful

III. Definition of Adequate Oil Rig Supervision
a. What the law says it is
b. Discussion of identifying & correcting hazards
c. Four important procedures for identifying & correcting situations
d. Discussion of the safety inspection
e. Discussion of observation
f. Discussion of job hazard analysis
g. Incident/accident analysis discussion
IV. Benefits of supervisor involvement
a. Definition of accident investigation
b. Costs of events or exposure – direct & indirect
c. Benefits to reporting injuries
d. Digging up root causes of an injury
e. Discussion of direct causes
f. Discussion of indirect causes
g. Discussion of root causes
h. Developing solutions
i. Use of engineering controls
j. Use of management controls on hazards
k. Use of personal protective equipment
l. Use of interim solutions

V. Supervisor responsibilities for holding employees accountable for safety
a. Enforcing safety rules discussion
b. Establishing a chain of accountability
c. Providing positive reinforcement
d. Providing negative reinforcement
e. Extinction of undesirable behaviors
f. Common supervisor mistakes
g. Elements of leadership
h. Appropriate interventions of worker behavior
i. Keys to appropriate discipline
j. Providing motivation to workers
k. Demonstrating safety leadership
l. Levels of responsibilities
m. Nature of leadership
n. Discussion of leadership styles
o. Best practices
p. Five secrets of effective recognition

Evaluation:

Parts 1 – 5 – Participant will take a post training quiz which they must score 80% or more to generate e-mail notifying course administrators that they have taken and successfully completed the course.




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Safety & Supervisor 895.00