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.
Date: January 18, 2017
Speaker: Natae Bugg, MS, CSP, Sr. Manager Training & Solutions at SafetyNow
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There seems to be a stigma around training millennials (*safety training), those born between 1980 and 2000, give or take a few years. Millennials are thought to be hard …
Recorded: August 31, 2016
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Title: Setting up a Sustainable Safety System that Drives Safety Improvement
Speaker: Sean T. Lane, CSP, CHMM, EHS Manager, Domtar – Hawesville, KY Operations
What drives safety at your organization . . . not who (although important), but what? Is it …
Doug Dickinson, a managing consultant with a global engineering firm, is going to discuss the cost of musculoskeletal disorders to organizations, ergonomic risk factors in an industrial setting and how to control or eliminate these risk factors and costs.
There are approximately 615,000 lost workday injuries per year due to musculoskeletal disorders (such as soft tissue, and lower back pain, etc).
This video goes over the capabilities and limitations of cranes, which can help you minimize these project damages and set backs.
This video features an overview of general industry respiratory hazards, methods to reduce exposure, and OSHA respiratory protection programs.
Helpful instructions for properly putting on, taking off and seal checking two of the most common types of respirators.
This video features two real life workers who chose to report hazards at their workplace to OSHA. See OSHA’s inspection process through their eyes.