Keep your worker’s up-to-date on the current safety measures and expectations of your workplace. Our editors have “cherry picked” the best resources – to access them, click here.
In this webinar, the final in our four-part series on online training, Natae will cover:
> Training challenges that diminish understanding and retention of online learning.
> Tips for overcoming these challenges, including making thoughtful assignments and the use of gamification to increase understanding and engagement.
> The Smart Seven – A checklist for choosing the best online content.
How can you boost your training completion rates, maximize your training efforts and ensure your safety message is getting to the greatest number of workers? This webinar will answer those questions as we explore ways to increase training participation and completion.
The second in a series of training webinars, we look at how to effectively train millennials.
What would you tell a worker using a ladder like this?
The crash of a US Air Force C-130J airplane on Oct. 2, 2015 at Jalalabad Airfield in Afghanistan, which killed all 11 people on board, was caused by the unfortunate placement of a hard-shell night vision goggles case, which blocked the plane’s flight controls during takeoff.
In the workplace, spills happen, whether as a result of unsafe storage of materials, poor housekeeping, or leaks in equipment or lines. Here are seven statistics relating to workplace leaks and spills.
An unsafe trench claims the life of a 17-year-old laborer. Find out what went wrong.
The American National Standards Institute (ANSI) and the American Society of Safety Engineers (ASSE) have announced that the revised Z490.1-2016 training standard is now available.
OSHA has released its preliminary Top 10 violations list for 2015
Alaska’s Department of Labor and Workforce Development is urging employers to address trenching hazards following the death of a young worker. Samuel Adam Morgan, 23, died after a seven-foot-deep trench collapsed, burying him.