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Training

As you likely well know, workers are not born safety-minded! That makes training the number one element in accident and illness avoidance. Check the articles here frequently for the latest and best tips on training techniques, trends, programs and equipment for group, one-one, or self-directed situations, in both general and specific work activities. Your training will be both easier and more effective if you do.

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Expert Advice on E-Learning

Today’s Advisor gets expert answers to these questions: What are some common problems that can derail e-learning projects, and what can safety trainers do to address those problems?

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Build a Better Retraining Program with These Three R’s

In yesterday’s Advisor, we looked at three ways to make sure that your introductory training works for your workforce. But training is never a one-and-done proposition. Build a training program that continually reinforces your safety message with three more fundamental strategies.

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Build Better Introductory Training Sessions Using These Three R’s

Do you sometimes feel like your training sessions have become a dog and pony show, requiring you to play the manic comedian in order to keep your trainees engaged and interested? Maybe you’re working too hard. Here’s what your workers really need from your training sessions.

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Long-Time Trainer Honored for Apprenticeship Development

Today’s Advisor provides an inspirational example of the positive difference professional trainers can make on future generations in their communities and their industries.

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Get Prepared for Emergency Preparedness Training

How proactive is your company about planning ahead for emergencies and about training employees on related procedures? If yours is like other companies in a recent survey reported on in today’s Advisor, it probably needs to improve its approach.

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Back-to-School Wellness Training on Safe Food Preparation

Families across America are finishing summer vacations and summer BBQs, and returning to school schedules and more formal meals. This makes it a good time for some wellness training on safe food preparation. Today’s Advisor gives you valuable safety training content.

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Census Bureau’s First-Ever Report on Education/Training Credits

As millions of U.S. students are reporting back to school, today’s Advisor reports on the U.S. Census Bureau’s first-ever study on academic/training credentials in the United States.

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Don’t Let Your Employees Be ‘Fall Guys’

Falls hurt—and worse, they can disable or kill. Fall injuries occur in every industry, but they can be prevented or reduced in severity by the worker who is alert.

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Engage the Brain to Prevent Brain Drain

How best do you engage employees’ brains during training so that the information doesn’t drain out by the time they get back to work? In today’s Advisor, we hear from one training expert about how having fun during training helps trainees retain the material.

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Spark Employee Interest in Safety with New OSHA Game

Safety is serious business. So why has OSHA created a game about workplace hazards?

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