DUBLIN--(BUSINESS WIRE)--The "Federal Regulatory Training Requirements Compliance Guide" newsletter has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com's offering.
The Regulatory Training Requirements Compliance Guide helps users establish training programs that meet the compliance requirements governing various industries and organizations. It comprises two major sections.
The first provides a system for managing all applicable environmental, health and safety and DOT training programs, and the second offers detailed summaries of federal regulatory training requirements. Regulatory codes covered include 40 CFR (Environmental), 29 CFR (Occupational Health and Safety), and 49 CFR (Transportation).
The Regulatory Training Requirements Compliance Guide is an indispensible resource for those who are designing, managing, directing, or implementing training programs.
Offers step-by-step summaries and explanations in an easy-to-read format that assist in ensuring compliance with Code of Federal Regulations environmental, health and safety, and transport training requirements
Summarizes training requirements of all three areas in one unified format, and demonstrates the degree of overlap among them
Enables the user to:
- Develop a successful program to identify all training requirements that apply
- Reduce long-term training costs
- Minimize the risk of accidents and improve emergency response effectiveness through better training
- Increase employee competence in hazardous circumstances
- Make training decisions based on regulatory requirements as well as company policy and principles
- Standardize presentation of material
- Ensure that training is effective by incorporating an evaluation/feedback process
- Provide documentation for a fully accountable program
- Prevent redundancies in training
Field-tested by expert auditors
Management System - Offers a system for managing all applicable environmental, health and safety, and transportation training programs
Summaries - Covers federal regulatory training requirements, including what triggers each requirement, who must be trained and when, what topic need to be covered, when training and retraining is required, recordkeeping requirements, and date the standard was last modified
Key Word index - Cross references to training needs by topic, by regulation, and by keyword e.g. forklifts or a particular chemical - formaldehyde
Key Topics Covered:
OVERVIEW TO GUIDE USE
Chapter 1: Introduction
- Difficulties Encountered in Compliance with Training Regulations
- Where are the Training Requirements in the Regulations?
- How Do I Avoid Covering the Same Material Over and Over Again?
- How Do I Identify Roles and Responsibilities?
- Developing a Training System that Works
Chapter 2: How to Use this Guide
- Regulatory Training Text
- Finding What You Need
Chapter 3: Practical Application of the Training Text
- The Case of Bob Smith and the Second Chance Motor Company
- How Bob Got Started
- What Bob Learned About Identifying Training Requirements
Chapter 4: Systematic Approach to Training Program Development
- How Bob Developed Second Chance's Training
- Analysis Phase
- Design Phase
- Development Phase
- Implementation Phase
- Evaluation Phase
- Documentation and Recordkeeping
REGULATORY TRAINING TEXT
- Hazard Communication
- Emergency Response
- Hazardous Waste Management
- Transportation of Hazardous Materials
- Air Quality
REGULATORY TRAINING TEXT
- OSHA Equipment, Hazard, and Facility-Specific Training
- Chemical-Specific Industrial Hygiene
- Toxic Substances Control Act (TSCA)
- Construction Activities
- Marine Activities
- Nuclear Materials
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