Guidelines for the development of accident prevention training courses in crude palm oil extraction industry

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Thanasarn Dejchana, Krissana Kiddee


This research aims to Study guidelines for developing accident prevention training courses in crude palm oil mill industry. Being studied from Professionals consist of the following positions. 1 Industrial President, Surat Thani Province 2 professional engineers 3 Head of Industrial Group 4 Professional factory inspectors Managing Director of Kanchanadit Palm Oil Company 6 lecturers in the field of materials technology and production 7 Instructors in Occupational Health and Safety 8 lecturers in the field of educational measurement and evaluation 9 lecturers in research and curriculum development programs, which are used to collect research data. (Semi-Structured or Guided Interviews) is an open-ended question. Apply theory concept of the British Columbia, Institute of Technology, Vancouver, or the BCIT (Raschke, & Nerrolyn,2002) is the point of determining the structure of each question. The findings suggest that training, education, manuals should be reviewed. Work process study Use of protective equipment, dressing, physical readiness and processes to participate in the improvement and correction of the right and wrong processes. There should be studies and patterns that will be used in the development of the training course must be responsive and comprehensive about worker behavior to cover problem solving and cause of work behavior of workers.

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