Making your online health and safety training interactive, engaging, interesting and enjoyable is a challenge. The moment you say health and safety training, the first thing that comes to your employees’ minds is boring slide turning courses with click on activities. Not just you, many training managers face this issue. But the good news is, you can add life to your dry health and safety training by following the seven learning design tips discussed in this post.
Organizations today give more importance to safety than they did before. This is resulting in increased awareness about safety training. Using eLearning, you can deliver highly effective safety training, in quick time, at low cost.
In Healthcare and Pharmaceutical Industry, Safety Training is most important since it is crucial to maintain a safe work environment and avoid workplace accidents. Every employee needs to be trained to take safety precautions on the job- to know how to prevent accidents and to learn how to respond to dangerous situations. It is not always possible to have classroom training sessions for this purpose. At the same time training cannot be unduly delayed. In such situations, online safety training ensures timely training for employees, who will then feel confident and reassured at work, which makes them much more productive. Here are some instances where eLearning is valuable for training.