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Title: Navigating Cal OSHA
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Goal: this task will increase the success of the goal to use isoBlogs to increase the level of safety on the job site.
John Mitchell published this Cognitive Task at under Industry | Construction
Doers: 3 | Form: Cognitive Task | Phase: Engagement | Type: Pre-Event | Level: 1 | Code:
Start: Jan 29, 2020 | When: | Duration: 5 Minute(s)
  • The goal of these isoBlogs is to increase the successfulness of your ability to apply Cal/OSHA safety standards.

    Ok, let's be honest, you are probalby not very excited about this goal. In fact, given all your other priorities, you may be downright put off by it.

    Is there some truth in that statement?
  • First, no one can be expected to be excited about a goal that they simply do have not the time or inclination to achieve.

    We acknowledge that you have other priorities that are more important to you right now.

    We also acknowledge that even if you were not already too busy, achieving safety standards can be boring at best.

    Do you agree?
  • So, for these reasons, we have designed these isoBlogs so that you do not have to LEARN the safety standards.

    Instead, we are going to show you how to APPLY them without having to learn or remember them.

    Are you interested in knowing how you can apply a safety standard you haven't taken the time to learn?
  • Think of these isoBlogs as a 'navigational system', just like the one you have in your car or smartphone.

    Like any navigational system, you don't need to understand, study or memorize the map to arrive at your destination. You simply need to follow the steps.

    The 'Cal/OSHA Pocket Guide' is the map. We've arranged it so you can simply follow the steps and arrive at the goal.

    That is how you will, with minimal effort, be able to successfully apply the Cal/OSHA safety standards.

    How often do you wish you had a more effective way of getting things done on the jobsite?
  • How did we turn the Cal/OSHA safety standards into a navigational system?

    First, we have converted the 'Cal/OSHA Pocket Guide' into step-by-step isoBlogs like this one.

    Each isoBlog will give you the safety standard for the subject matter exactly as it appears in the Guide.

    Your first job is to spend 5 minutes each work day to read the steps for the subject we send you.

    The Guide has references to the Title 8 regulations in the CA Code of Regulations and to the CA Labor Code codes. You do not need to look up the codes, unless the situation you are in calls for it.

    All you have to do is read each step and choose the 'successful' response indicating that you have read the step in its entirety.

    You can practice that right now by selecting the 'successful' response below indicating that you have finished reading this step.
  • That was easy...

    The second, and last part, of your job is the most critical:

    When you encounter an issue on the worksite, for example, dealing with Corrosive Liquids, your job is to pull the 'Corrosive Liquids' isoBlog from your isodoit app and do it BEFORE you begin the project.

    That's it, that's all you have to do...Now, are you willing to give your new 'nav' system a try?
  • If you hesitated in your answer to step 6, here's something you may want to consider:

    In 2016, 991 construction workers were killed on the job. Think about that number for a moment. That's more than 19 deaths per week or almost 3 per day.

    The numbers for serious injury are even more staggering. Construction leads all other industries in the number of deaths and injuries.

    Unfortunately, most of us live in a 'this won't happen to me' mentality. Well, it's going to happen to someone and with each isoBlog you do, the chances of that 'someone' being you goes down substantially.

    How important to you is it to go through the remainder of your career without serious injury?
  • Ok, before you start your first safety isoBlog, here are a few helpful hints you will need to know:

    -If you are doing the isoCourse, make sure you schedule it to begin on a Monday

    -You will automatically receive one isoBlog each work day for the next 13 weeks

    -You will be sent an email reminder each day you have an isoBlog. You can access the isoblog directly from your email

    -isoBlogs will appear both in app and web version of isodoit. Whatever you do in one version, will be saved in the other

    -You can share isoBlogs with others by selecting the 'share' tab at the top of the page

    -You can join and post comments in an isodoit community or team

    -If you have any questions, you can send a message to the publisher using the box located at the bottom of each isoBlog

    -In the app, you will find all your completed isoBlogs in the 'My Journal' located in the 'More' section. Click on 'responses' to view the isoBlog

    Now, are you ready to begin?
  • If you are doing the isoCourse, once you click the 'save and continue' below, you will see an isoBlog on your Day Plan titled: 'Access'.

    Click on it and you will be on your way to successfully navigating the Cal/OSHA safety standards.

    If you are not doing the isoCourse, go to the BI website under 'Safety Training' and select the isoBlog that best fits your needs.

    We wish you a safe and successful journey!
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