How to Get the Best Returns From Your Safety Training Program.
In addtion to their social costs, workplace injuries and illnessed have a major impact on an employer’s bottom line. Its estimated that collectively employers pay almost $1 billion per week for direct workers’ compensation costs alone.
Safety training isn’t usually an employee’s favorite thing to do. In fact, employees might rather get a root canal than sit through one more hour-long lecture that is a repeat of the week/month/year before; or read yet another training manual that’s packed with technical jargon, old policies & procedures, and pictures with 80s style haircuts.
However, there are ways to engage employees and highlight the importance of compliance.
Because of the diversity of training requirements and logistical problems of getting your people trained, administering safety and health training has always been a major operational problem for organizations, however, with these 7 proven steps, your implementation will not only be compliant, but efficient and cost-effective too.
Download this Special Report to find out the Seven Steps to Implement Better Safety Training