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Author(s): Ana P. Soares
António Pinheiro
António Parente
Miguel Tato Diogo
Title: Chemical agents exposure prevention: a training effectiveness approach
Issue Date: 2014
Abstract: The main objective of this study is to identify the level of improvement of workersknowledge level before and after a training action. To assess this it is necessary to make a study, throughquestionnaires in two different occasions: before and after the training event, respectively. From theresults obtained, it is possible to draw quantitative conclusions regarding the study of the binomial performance/effectivenessof training. From obtained results it can be concluded that workers exposed tochemical agents are now able to identify potential risk situations in the development of their tasks. Furthermore,after the training the workers showed to have more knowledge about the different signage(Warning, Fire, etc.) and the risks associated with chemicals use, allowing them to identify potentiallydanger situations.
Source: Occupational Safety and Hygiene II
Document Type: Capítulo ou Parte de Livro
Rights: restrictedAccess
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