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| Assignment #8 Participants Manual/Trainee Manual | HN2150 – Managing Performance through Training and Development | |

This assignment provides the Participants/Trainee Manual that NL Safety Co. will utilize in the delivery of training to Summit Appliances Inc. |

Health & Safety Training
Summit Appliances Inc.

Developed & Administered by
NL Safety Co. www.nlsafety.ca TABLE OF CONTENTS
WELCOME3
EXPLANATION OF TRAINING SESSION4
LEARNING OBJECTIVES5
AGENDA6
LEARNING NOTES7
APPENDICES19
BIBLIOGRAPHY30

Welcome
We would like to welcome you to our training session on behalf of NL Safety Co. and we would like to thank the management and executives of Summit Appliance Inc. in recognition of the time and resources set aside to facilitate this very important training session. I would like to call upon Mr. Sid Lawrence, your CEO, to say a few words on behalf of Summitt Appliances Inc.
Housekeeping Items
Identification and review of housekeeping rules/points as follows; * Sign-in sheet is provided at the front of the class. Ensure you have filled out the information and signed-in. Please print clearly as this information will be used to complete your course certificates at the end of the day; * the location of washrooms just outside and to the left of the classroom entrance; * cell phones are to be turned off or placed on silent during training sessions; * Fire exit is to the right of the classroom entrance, down the stairwell and gather in the parking lot of the building next door. Instructor will conduct role call to ensure all participants are accounted for; * An emergency contact number of 613-555-1234 is provided in case of emergency contact requirement ; * Parking policy requires all vehicles to be backed in and registered at the front desk. Parking is free of charge,…...

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