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I think everyone can agree — no one loves spending countless hours sitting in an uncomfortable chair listening to someone brief us on what seems like common sense. Workplace safety training is not the most stimulating topic of discussion but it is one of the most important. There’s no way around it, your company needs to provide it and your employees need to absorb it. Taking your company’s employee safety training one step further can mean a lot of things but the most important being this:
Employees with a strong training foundation are equipped with the tools and knowledge to help them perform tasks more productively. Better employee performance leads to an increase in overall quality and ensures the future of your company.
It’s hard enough to get employees to stay awake during workplace safety training sessions nevertheless get them to actually engage and make the most of their learning experience, am I right? There is no need to settle for sub-par training efforts any longer. The future of your company and the safety of your employees deserve a second look. There are new training options available that can save your Compliance Director, HR staff or Risk Assessment Manager from a headache and your keep employees from slipping into another daydream.
Tips for Beating the ‘Blah’ Blues:
-Explore all of your company’s training options. Whether your company prefers to utilize in-house safety training for personnel seminars, workshops, or new-hire orientations, don’t be afraid to research new tools that can further supplement your internal platform such as training guides or EHS training management Software. Not all training methods are created equal.
-EHS Training software can streamline the process making it much more effective and less time-consuming for everyone. Cutting down the time it takes to train employees doesn’t mean you have to sacrifice the quality of the training provided. Use software that allows you customize your training efforts with quizzes or small œtests to ensure that your employees are staying up to speed with all of the important safety information.
-Understand your employees & their wants and needs when it comes to training. An online software portal that offers training courses that can be accessed when and where they choose could make all the difference. If an employee can log in and pick up where they left off from the comfort of their own home their level of engagement and knowledge absorption could increase. Not only that, but your company could see a positive increase in the application of training and safety procedure implementation all together!
-You create & control the message. Take the time to format all required environmental health and safety training topics in a compelling manner. When you find a method that allows you to create stimulating training tools utilize the freedom to maximize the effect.
After investing time and resources creating these policies, make sure employees read, understand and apply them to their daily job responsibilities! How? Read the Guide on How to Ensure Employee Accountability & Compliance through Effective Policy Management.
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