Achieving Compliance Train
the Trainer Seminar
100% Guaranteed "You must be completely
satisfied" John A. Ford, President
Enforce health and safety
backlash and other
negative "side effects"
Interested in having this program conducted in your facility? This Train
the Trainer seminar can be conducted on five consecutive days or spread out over two or
three weeks. This training is available when and where you request
Interested in attending a public seminar? Call (905) 873-3031 for
information on a seminar nearest you. Or use our
Why some people break the rules and what to do about it.
Special Features of This Program
- This program features a highly interactive format in which theory sessions are followed
by practical workshops.
- Our workshops produce valuable information that participants are able to utilize
immediately upon return to work.
- Each participant is provided with a password to enter an ongoing discussion group for
trainers over the internet. Enjoy up-to-the-minute information on an ongoing basis!
- Participants will receive all overheads and training materials needed to conduct the
three day seminar in an attractive leather briefcase.
Become a licensed trainer in this highly interactive and informative program
and train your staff to Achieve Compliance. Conduct this training seminar for those who
are responsible for dealing with non-compliance in health and safety and company rules in
your organization. The model guidelines shown throughout this program are based on over
twenty-five years of experience in supervisory training. Our model is reinforced through a
video presentation in which viewers are challenged to make a personal commitment to
- This program provides supervisors and managers with a "system" that will
ensure ongoing improved performance.
To provide participants with the knowledge and skills to train supervisors, managers,
forepersons, lead hands and team leaders to achieve 100% voluntary and verifiable employee
compliance to company health and safety rules, regulations and the law.
Part 1 - Introduction
- learn the skills necessary to become a successful instructor
- understand why rules are broken and what to do about it
- establish new rules and re-establish old rules
- cut costs on workers compensation, insurance premiums, government fines, lost
production, litigation, legal fees and more
- minimize negative "side effects" which sometimes follows disciplinary action
- conduct a positive disciplinary meeting
- achieve due diligence
- teach others to become leaders in safety through personal commitment and achieve 100%
Part 2 - Creating a Training
Exploring the differences between "open" and
Discussing key issues for trainers
Lesson preparation assignment
How to use the Leaders Guide
Resources for seminar leaders
- Identifying your strengths and weaknesses as an instructor
- Being prepared Instructors materials and equipment
- Discovering the most effective way to incorporate visual aids
- Examining your personal experiences and knowledge to improve your
- "Ten Commandments" for teaching adults
Session 1: Why People Break the
Setting your personal goals for achieving compliance
Creating a comfortable training atmosphere
Making participants aware of the need for rules and policies
Defining the words "common sense"
Identify the positive consequences of breaking rules
Achieving Compliance video presentation
Discovering the motivational conflicts to following rules
Session 2: Enforcement-Negative Side
Effects and Backlash
Understanding "reactions" to traditional methods of
Bridging the gap between perceptions and reality
Investigating attributes of positive and effective discipline
8 essentials of enforcement
Session 3: Dealing Effectively with Drugs and
- 16 signs and symptoms of intoxication
- Determining your high risk occupations and "safety
- How other organizations implement a zero tolerance policy
- 5 essential actions for dealing with someone who is unfit
- Drug and alcohol testing in the workplace
- How and when to involve the police
- Organizations who provide assistance for free
Session 4: Dealing Effectively with Non-Compliant Behaviour
6 proven guidelines for confronting non-compliance
10 proven guidelines for discussing non-compliance
Preparation checklist form of essential information you need to
gather before the disciplinary meeting
Utilizing motivational conflicts to your advantage
Meeting records and documentation
Session 5: The Role of the Worker Representative
Examining problems and obstacles to reach co-operative solutions
Gaining co-operation and preventing disruption
The importance of ensuring good representation and how to make it
Strategies for dealing with an over-zealous worker representative
Session 6: Making the Commitment
Why commitments must be personal and exactly what you should commit
Senior Managements commitment
Communicating your commitment
Session 7: Getting Started
6 strategies for implementing new rules without disruption or
5 steps to Achieving Compliance and how to reach your goals
How to access CyberTrains internet discussion groups for
participants and trainers
Utilizing and working with computer generated forms
Facilitating in-plant compliance audits, reports, senior management
Practice sessions and feedback
How to order materials and certificates
Managing accountability issues needed for ongoing results.
Train the trainer package
A copy of our 33 minute Achieving Compliance video and
A CD ROM containing our overhead presentation on Microsoft PowerPointâ
. *PowerPoint â is a registered Trademark of the
A Leaders Manual in a 3-ring binder containing over one hundred pages of
leaders notes, resource materials, workshops, case histories, all colour coded for
A Participant Manual in a colour coded 3-ring binder.
A 3 ½ floppy disk containing valuable forms for the Achieving Compliance process.
Colour overhead transparencies in an attractive casing.
An attractive leather briefcase to carry all your Achieving Compliance training
An official Trainers Certificate which allows you to use our copyrighted Achieving
Compliance materials to train your people.
Access to our internet discussion group for trainers through CyberTrains Website
24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Current and valuable information will be posted regularly.
Trainers are licensed to issue CyberTrain certificates with your companys
name and logo, produced free of charge by CyberTrain and kept on our database file for
Who should attend?
The Train the Trainer course is geared toward Training Safety
Co-ordinators, Senior Management, Human Resource Management and anyone responsible for the
training and education of others. Experience in implementing training programs is an
A Division of John A. Ford & Associates
24 Baylor Crescent, Georgetown, ON L7G 1A6 ph. (905) 873-3031 fax (905) 877-7147