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Napo for teachers

Napo for teachers

Using the ever-popular Napo character, EU-OSHA (the European Agency for Safety and Health at Work), together with the Napo Consortium, has devised a series of occupational safety and health (OSH) lessons for teachers, aimed at introducing safety and health topics to primary school students in an educational, yet fun and imaginative way using Napo video clips.

For each lesson, defined around a single Napo film/scene, learning objectives are outlined, and teachers have the option of various activities and are provided with the resources required, as well as some ideas for how to assess the students’ performance. The lessons are designed to be flexible, to fit alongside and reinforce current curriculum subjects, and to assist teachers and students in class.

Lessons [6]

Napo’s Best Signs for Safety – Danger/Prohibition signs

Napo’s Best Signs for Safety: Danger/Prohibition signs

Accident prevention, Safety signs

Napo’s Best Signs for Safety – Mandatory/Rescue signs

Napo’s Best Signs for Safety: Mandatory/Rescue signs

Accident prevention, Safety signs

Be Body Wise with Napo – Skin

Be Body Wise with Napo: Skin

Chemicals, Personal protective equipment (PPE), Skin protection

Be Body Wise with Napo – Back

Be Body Wise with Napo: Back

Chemicals, Personal protective equipment (PPE), Skin protection

Napo’s Hazard Hunter – Identification of risks and hazards

Napo’s Hazard Hunter: Identification of risks and hazards

Accident prevention, Risk assessment

Napo’s Hazard Hunter – Intervention and prevention

Napo’s Hazard Hunter: Intervention and prevention

Accident prevention, Risk assessment