Safety Training: What Works, What Doesn’t, and What You Need to Know

Safety Training: What Works, What Doesn’t, and What You Need to Know

Safety training has evolved significantly since its inception in the 1970s—from industry experts in a classroom to the emergence of online and individual learning. What can we learn from these changes? Which methods were the most effective for reducing incidents, keeping employees engaged, and increasing overall efficiency and what should we be doing right now?

Join Daniel Wilder, Founder and President of Safety Instruct, as he explores how and why training has evolved and which methods have been the most successful. He’ll advise how you can quickly implement solutions into your current training program to be more effective, while focusing on increasing the comprehension and retention of your employees. 

In this webinar, you will learn: 

  • How has training evolved over the years?
  • Which training methods are the most effective?
  • What role does microlearning have in the process?
  • How does frequency impact your training?
  • How can you implement immediate improvements in your training?

About the Speaker: 

Daniel Wilder | Founder and President, Safety Instruct, LLC

Daniel is an experienced course, software and video developer in the Occupational Health and Safety industry, with an emphasis on developing market leading video-based training and bridging the gap between employees, technology, and online instruction.  With over seventeen years of online training experience, Daniel has used his expertise in OSHA, DOT, and EPA based compliance to develop over five hundred video-based training courses and dozens of customized and interactive proprietary training programs.

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