OSHA says you have to train employees in everything from using PPE to recognizing chemical hazards to taking emergency action. They tell you what the content of training should be, but they don’t tell you how to conduct training so that you capture your employees’ interest and attention and get your important safety and health messages across.
And, after all, that's a critical part of any training session. If you don't do that, one or more of your workers who wasn't paying attention could walk out of a safety meeting and right into an accident.
Powered-up safety training is about effective communication. Here are 10 essential
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