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#1 Posted : 07 September 2000 19:07:00(UTC)
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Posted By Frank Macleod
In July, I asked for views and comments regarding "Train the Trainer" courses and I recieved five replies.

Many thanks, to all of you who took the time to pass on your comments. I am pleased to report that when I presented them as part of my justification request to my Manager, he took all the comments onboard and agreed to send me on a course which should provide me with the neccesary tools to carry out my presentations to the best of my abilities.

I will be attending the course, in Northampton, as advertised in the SHP, next week and will report back on its contents and use, when I have completed it.

In the mean time I am preparing a powerpoint presentation on Risk Assessment and was hoping that someone out there could possibly supply me with photographic/cartoon evidence of hazards/risks in the workplace. I need this to assist the trainees in carrying out risk assessment exercises.

I know ROSPA used to have wallcharts depicting hazards etc. in the workplace but I was informed that they no longer produce these.

If anyone can assist me with this request, I will, as always, be most grateful

Frank Macleod

#2 Posted : 08 September 2000 09:45:00(UTC)
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Posted By Philip McAleenan

Bongarde have an interesting site with some clip art for a variety of different hazards in the w/place. Copy and paste the following link into your browser and see if there is anything there that will be of use:


#3 Posted : 08 September 2000 10:52:00(UTC)
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Posted By Jerry Hill
You could also try a web page titled 'Powerpoint Safety Posters and Presentations Library'. You'll find them at:


They hold quite a few downloadable presentations which you can then modify for your own use, and may find suitable cartoons for your presentation.

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