Staying Safe at Work Training
Location: online via Zoom
Dates: Tues, Wed, & Thurs | April 13, 14, & 15, 2021
The IOD's Employment Safety Training program provides attendees with critical job-safety tools for teaching those with IDD the skills they need to be safe at work through a train the trainer model. Each training will be held virtually to encourage interactive learning, while ensuring trainees’ safety during the COVID-19 pandemic. Areas of focus include:
- Introduction to Workplace Health and Safety
- Looking for Job Hazards
- Making the Job Safer
- Staying Safe in an Emergency at Work
- Your Rights & Responsibilities on the Job
- Speaking Up When There is a Problem
By utilizing the 6-hour Staying Safe at Work curriculum, training will be provided to address the need of specific safety training while at work to supported employment agencies, community vocational rehabilitation programs, high-school transition programs, and other organizations and companies that place individuals with disabilities in jobs or hire workers with disabilities.
Our trainers are available to provide a customized schedule to meet the needs of your organization or group. Please contact Stacy Driscoll to arrange a time that works best for your team of ten or more.
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This training is provided at no cost to participants thanks to the Department of Labor (DOL) Susan Harwood Training Grant.