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Mining Publication: Tell Me a Story: Using Stories to Improve Occupational Safety Training

July 2008

Image of publication Tell Me a Story: Using Stories to Improve Occupational Safety Training

This article discusses the social and cultural power of stories, and how they have been used to develop training for skilled blue-collar workers. Examples are included as are suggestions for trainers on where to find stories,what type of stories to pay attention to and how to use them to improve occupational safety training.

Authors: ET Cullen

Peer Reviewed Journal ArticleJuly - 2008

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NIOSHTIC2 Number: 20035397

Prof Saf 2008 Jul; 53(7):20-27

 
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