This course introduces workers to pre-task safety meetings, including why they’re important, how to plan and present them, and the role of the Competent Person in conducting them.
Upon Completing this course, the students will be able to
Describe the necessity of pre-task meetings.
List and define the roles of a Competent Person in pre-task meetings.
Explain the context of pre-task meetings.
Describe the hierarchy of controls and apply them to typical construction tasks.
List the components of a pre-task meeting.
List and explain the importance of adult learning strategies.
List potential human errors during pre-task meetings and how to avoid them.
Explain the record-keeping required for worker attendance at pre-task meetings.
100% attendance of this course is required to gain certification. Students must attend full course training, are expected on time as per Quantum Safety’s rules.
Quantum Safety expects that its students must be able to demonstrate that they have achieved the learning outcomes. Every student must pass a final exam before certification, and achieve at least a 65% passing grade—final exams can be attempted as many times as necessary by a student to gain certification.
LATENESS AND ABSENCES POLICY
Furthermore, 30 minutes will be considered the minimum allowance for lateness. Any student who is absent for any training day or who shows up 30 minutes after the scheduled starting time will be asked to schedule a make-up training day for the contact hours of the day.