Customized Safety Training – The Crucial Factor of The Right Delivery

When it comes to keeping your employees safe while on the job everyone agrees it is the right, necessary and even legal thing to do. What many disagree about is how best to deliver the safety training.

Traditional safety training involves a classroom, an instructor, usually a PowerPoint presentation and material that, while safety focused, is generic and designed to appeal to “most” companies. Some have moved to safety videos or web-based training courses chosen from a library of “off the shelf” safety topics. The appeal to these is the convenience and relatively low cost but the trade off is relevance. Most of this training does not apply to your workers, here’s why:

The work demonstrated in the video is not the same as yours. The equipment shown is not the same as what your employees use. The safety procedures don’t match what you want your employees doing. Terminology used in a generic video will never match your company. The actors used are clearly not real workers and don’t know the job.

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