7 Reasons to Make Your Safety Training Mobile-Compatible

7 Reasons to Make Your Safety Training Mobile-Compatible

According to a joint study by the University of Texas and the New Mexico State University, delivering safety training through mobiles has shown positive results. As part of the study, safety training was delivered to 330 workers in remote dairy farms, across Texas and New Mexico, using mobile devices, for 10 months. Mobile learning courses were delivered in English and Spanish to help workers understand safety concepts in their native language.

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Microlearning for Safety Training in Three Different Phases [Infographic]

Organizations generally conduct safety trainings as one-off annual events and don’t plan for training sessions on-site. They provide safety manuals, but employees often do not read them as they are lengthy, dull, and employees are hard pressed for time. For such employees, delivering content in digestible and specific nuggets on their mobile devices will help. This method of delivering training content is called Microlearning.

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Planning Effectively to Impart First-rate Safety Training Online

Planning Effectively to Impart First-rate Safety Training Online

According to the 2013 Work Place Safety Index, released by the Liberty Mutual Research Institute for Safety, organizations paid about 55.4 billion dollars as compensation to the employees who were down with injuries and illnesses at the workplace, in the year 2011. So, how can you ensure the safety of your staff members? Well, training your people on safety norms and procedures goes a long way in reducing accidents at work and ensures their well-being.

Several organizations use eLearning to impart safety training to their workforces because this training medium enables them to provide the necessary knowledge and skills very quickly, in an efficient and cost-effective manner. But, how can you make the best use of the digital training format?

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Prevent Injuries Caused by Manual Handling with Training [Infographic]

Prevent Injuries Caused by Manual Handling with Training [Infographic]

Manual handling of equipment is one of the major causes of injuries at the workplace, resulting in considerable loss of working days. According to a report released by the Health and Safety Executive (HSE) of the United Kingdom, 909,000 working days were lost due to handling injuries. How can companies prevent these mishaps? Well, firms need to create awareness among their train their staff members and train them effectively to prevent accidents at work.

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