CHAS members familiar with the Risk Assessment video we released in June (which has been viewed over 3000 times) may know that it addresses many different technical points in its two minute, 12 second run time. I have used the video in training for undergraduate and found it helpful to highlight specific points in the video that apply to their work after they have viewed the entire video. With this in mind and with the assistance of colleagues, I have developed a powerpoint version of the video the uses still picture that presenters can use edit to tailor to the audiences they are addressing.
Before saying that the current version of the file powerpoint file is "final", I would appreciate peer review of the beta version found in the
Google drive folder that Monique set up last week. So if you can could download this file and identify any improvements you would make in it for general, I would appreciate any comments or questions you have on the presentation file. And while you're there, feel free to share your TA training materials to inspire others interested in improving their efforts.
Let me know if you have any questions about this.
Ralph Stuart, CIH, CCHO
American Chemical Society
Division of Chemical Health and Safety
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