Teaching health and safety: problems and possibilities for learner-centered training.

@article{Luskin1992TeachingHA,
  title={Teaching health and safety: problems and possibilities for learner-centered training.},
  author={Jonathan Luskin and Carole Somers and John Wooding and Charles C Levenstein},
  journal={American journal of industrial medicine},
  year={1992},
  volume={22 5},
  pages={
          665-76
        }
}
The University of Massachusetts at Lowell Work Environment Department, working jointly with four New England coalitions on occupational safety and health (COSH) groups, has developed and is delivering participatory and learner-centered health and safety training for hazardous waste site workers and emergency responders throughout New England. This consortium has created a technical curriculum for hazardous waste workers accessible to the nonspecialist and which, more importantly, draws upon… CONTINUE READING
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