Monthly Archives: April 2016

My Steps to Writing a Novel

I read a lot about writing the first novel and learned even more by writing one. However, I  would never say I am an expert. What I found out during the whole process was priceless. I discovered that I needed an … Continue reading

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Change Behavior to Reduce Accidents!

Imagine a bagel truck driving up to the security guard of a large building where the truck is to drop off bagels for the company’s cafeteria. A security officer clears the truck driver and he pulls ahead, makes a right … Continue reading

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Management Must Control Hazards

In today’s market place there is an emphasis on rebuilding or redefining companies and organizations so they are lean, cost effective, and capable of competing in the world economy. As businesses change to meet this new challenge it is essential … Continue reading

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Motorcyle Safety Foundation Method of Training

To improve our ability as safety, health, and environment trainers we must be exposed to a variety of training methods and styles. Through each exposure we learn a little more and can improve our own training ability. It is for … Continue reading

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Group Training Methods Increase Retention

The reader comes to this blog entry with some real life experiences. So my goal is to simply provide an opportunity for the reader to build on what they already know or perhaps change it to something that works better. … Continue reading

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The Toastmaster Method of Training

To improve our ability as safety, health, and environmental trainers we must be exposed to a variety of training methods and styles. Through each exposure we learn a little more and can improve our own training ability. It is for … Continue reading

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Classroom vs. Computer Based Training

The author was asked to compare classroom and computer based training to be used to modify behavior for a traffic court. This was motor vehicle related training for drivers that lost their driver’s license and were attending court appointed training … Continue reading

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