Imagine that you’ve been put in charge of developing a learning program for your organization. You look out over the shop floor, or the garage, or the office cubicles and you realize that your employees run the gamut of educational experiences. You have to develop a curriculum that imparts crucial health and safety training, but […]
Developing a comprehensive and effective training program can be a challenge. Doing it wrong can be an expensive disaster. Worse yet, a bad program can leave your workers dangerously unprepared. A good training program is a crucial component to keep workers aware of job hazards and safe from harm. It’s important to partner with a […]
The Mine Safety and Health Administration’s (MSHA) Part 46 requires training for miners engaged in shell dreging or employed at sand, gravel, surface stone, surface clay, colloidal phosphate or surface limestone mines. See MSHA’s website for complete compliance guidelines and resources.
A client of ours recently asked how many hours of safety training employees should receive each year. The answer, much like other things in life, is “it depends.” Training requirements are influenced by a number of factors including industry type, the regulatory environment, employee tenure and senior management commitment. For example, new employees tend to […]
During a recent webinar, we discussed how to measure the return on your organization’s investment in customized safety training content in comparison to generic eLearning content.
People learn, understand and retain information best if it is taught to them in their native language.
In this two-part feature, guest author Hannah Ubl, generational expert at BridgeWorks, explores how generational differences play out in the workplace.
Earlier this year I wrote an article on three ways to improve instruction delivered via electronic means, or eLearning.
OSHA HazCom Standard: Employees must be trained on new label elements and safety data sheets by December
In 2012, the Occupational Health and Safety Administration revised its Hazard Communication Standard (HCS) to bring it into alignment with the United Nation’s Globally Harmonized System of Classification and Labeling of Chemicals (GHS).
Since 2001, OSHA (federal and state-run programs) has placed a heavy emphasis on “reaching out” to educate employers and employees on OSHA standards and their respective industries to ensure and maintain compliance. Almost 4 million students have completed OSHA Outreach Training Programs (both online and class-room based). In 2010, a record number of students (781,578) […]