IP for IH—Instructional Practices for Industrial Hygienists
Earn 1 Contact Hour
Member $ 99 | Nonmember $ 125 | Student $ 25
Do you need help improving your occupational health and safety training program?
Many industrial hygienists are required to design, develop, and deliver health and safety training. However, they haven’t had the opportunity to learn how people process information, develop skills, and later apply those skills and information. Even with this knowledge, how do you best design training to match?
In this webinar, you’ll get a brief introduction of the “information processing” model of human cognition and learn specific evidence-based techniques for creating training that people remember, leads to changed behaviors, and results in desired outcomes.
We’ll also provide a 60-page Effective EHS Training Guide, which supplements the ANSI/ASSP Z490.1 EHS training standard.
Who Will Benefit
IH/OEHS professionals who play a role in designing, developing, delivering, or evaluating health and safety training or are working toward their CIH credential. Students who are interested in learning more about IH/OEHS career opportunities will also benefit.
- Explain a four-step model for how people process, remember and apply knowledge and skills
- Describe the steps of the ADDIE instructional development model
- Identify a common “learning myth”
- List and outline several evidence-based training practices
|Jeff Dalto is a learning and performance improvement specialist with Vector Solutions/Convergence Training. He has worked in learning and development for over 20 years and in EHS training for more than 10. Jeff was part of the committee that created the ANSI/ASSP Z490.2 standard for online EHS training and is currently part of the committee revising the ANSI/ASSP Z490.1 standard for all EHS training. He is an OSHA-authorized 10- and 30-hour trainer for the general industry was nominated Safety Professional of the Year by the ASSP’s Training & Communications Practice Specialty in 2020, and is currently pursuing a master’s degree in Organizational Performance and Workplace Learning at Boise State University.|
|Dr. Morgan (they/them) Bliss, CIH, CSP is an Assistant Professor and Graduate Coordinator in the Safety and Health Management Program at Central Washington University. Morgan has more than 15 years of experience as an industrial hygienist, occupational safety, environmental management, and emergency management consultant and educator. Morgan holds an Ed.D. in Health Professions degree from A.T. Still University and completed an M.S. in Technology – Environmental Management degree from Arizona State University. They are a member of the Susceptible Worker Protection BoK development team of AIHA. They are also the Professional Development Chair of the Industrial Hygiene Practice Specialty of ASSP.|
Questions? Contact DLAssistant@aiha.org.