A new online training video course has been launched by Digicast Productions to improve leadership skills of supervisors, in order to improve safety performance and culture.
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If you're reading this article, you know that any decent health and safety training manual has to include information such as personal protective equipment (PPE), emergency evacuation, incident reporting and so on.
An easy to use online induction software is now available for companies who wish to centralize their staff training at the one location and track the training status of employees and contractors. It’s ideal for organisations, who no longer want the hassle of manually tracking employee training status or compiling induction training materials for new recruits.
Colourful pictures aren't just for children. Adults are also drawn to photos and videos. So it's no wonder that there's a quiet revolution going on.
Visual content is dominating the social media landscape. Facebook, Pinterest, Instagram and YouTube are all visually driven. And they're booming. It was only a little while ago, we'd even heard of Pinterest. Now, it's the third most popular social media website in the world. And it's all due to online photo scrapbooks.
But what's this got to do with being a safety professional, you ask?
The visual revolution doesn't just stop at just social media. It's infiltrating all levels of communication. The need to use more visuals to engage your workforce is just starting to build momentum.
At the Melbourne Safety in Action Show on 18 April, we filmed video interviews with four safety experts that we streamed live over the Internet.
After my teenage brother had been misbehaving for far too long and my mother could no longer cope, my father finally decided to have a word with him. It involved my father daring to go into his dark bedroom and to complain about his poor behaviour. When that didn't work, my father resorted to shouting, using threats, then personal insults and then storming out saying he could not help my brother, couldn't stand him and that he wished my brother would just leave home.
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How the safety speech is written depends upon it's form of delivery (eg: written speech for the annual report, face to face presentation to staff or video presentation) and the audience. Ideally, the speech is tailored as much as possible to the particular group of workers as this will get more traction.
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For those of you who are starting to review your 2011 training programs, it's time to take a look at what some of the experts are touting as the learning trends for 2011.