Activities in which participants work through real-world scenarios can enhance their ability to manage complex situations and can encourage implementation of risk management strategies and adoption of safety practices. Practical and credible information presented in a "hands-on" setting is engaging and memorable. This article shows how to develop and use one method for presenting such activities: the narrative-story simulation. Examples and sources of materials are given.

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