This new research provides compliance training recommendations for L&D leaders and introduces a risk management model, the Training Industry Typology of Organizational Risk™.
When it comes to safety training, it is not enough to simply provide the employee with training; you must also show that employees can demonstrate competency by transferring the knowledge and skills and performing the job safely.
This webinar will share a comprehensive framework for understanding organizational risk and recommend strategies for compliance training that works.
E-learning is transforming the way organizations provide safety and compliance training to employees. New tools also are making training more effective with the use of video, microlearning and gamification.
How can a you keep training fresh when learners are required by OSHA to retake the training every year? If you take a methodical approach and do your homework, keeping your training up to date can be relatively painless.
Research shows training is most effective when it is tailored to the learner, providing only the relevant information in a familiar context that fits the learner’s prior experience. Government regulations related to employee training, however, are broad.
Training Industry, the most trusted source of information on the business of learning, released the 2018 Top Training Companies selections for the health and safety training sector.
Workplace health and safety is not a “sexy” topic. It’s not the type of training that has your employees clamoring to attend, yet it is a necessary and important part of your company’s training catalog.
As we log into our various learning software tools to author our own learning courses, preview microlearning videos or make data-driven decisions, it’s easy to forget there was once a time when safety training wasn’t regulated in the workplace.
Your co-worker’s space heater catches fire. What do you do? Where is the closest fire extinguisher? Is it labeled A, B or C? All three? Do you even know what that means?