It’s an employer’s responsibility to provide a safe work environment for its workers. One way to do this is through a worksite safety program
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Worksite Safety Training Year-end Review
Toolbox Talk: Ladder Safety
Ladders are involved in many fall incidents; however, these falls can be prevented. Consider using a toolbox talk to train everyone to use ladders safely.
Professional Development Enhances Safety Skills
Change happens every day. Technology changes. Equipment changes. Rules change. All of which can impact your company broadly or more narrowly down to front line employees
Is Your Safety Training as Effective as it Could be?
Lockout/Tagout Training – Different Levels Needed
Workers performing service or maintenance on machinery and equipment may be exposed to injuries from the unexpected energization, startup of the machinery or equipment, or release of stored energy in the equipment.
The Power of an Evaluation
I am an OSHA-authorized trainer. I train those responsible for workplace safety in your organizations. I also train those that do the safety training in your organization. In my train the trainer classes.
Applied Active Strategies Makes Safety Training Effective
As a safety trainer, my mission is to help you be the best safety dudes on the planet, helping you effectively communicate through good training so that you have the best safety training program for your organization.
Interactive Safety Training Strategies – Games
One way for safety trainers to make training more effective is to use interactive safety training strategies such as games.
Safety Training Methods: Online Training
With access to the web so readily available today, many companies use some method of online training.
Safety Training Methods: Computer-Based Training (CBT)
Computer-based training is defined as “any course of instruction whose primary means of delivery is a computer.” In other words, there is no human instructor required and it isn’t reliant on the internet either.