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Building A Lasting Culture Of Safety

10 Lessons
36-46 Minutes
10 Quiz Questions

Course Overview


In a highly entertaining way of communicating safety, this training focuses on how to be aware of safety and planning to make work safer. Building a culture of safety relies on everyone having an appreciation for the importance of safety, and the long-term consequences of an accident or injury. Having safety meetings, specifically those providing relevant information people will listen to, is an important step. Which kinds of signage to use, recognizing hazards, and planning for an emergency are all part of building this culture. Using some humor and descriptions in the training video, all the important issues are highlighted. Everyone must be on board for building a culture of safety, whether it is participating in the drills, evacuation planning, or training. Making sure workers are informed on how to work safely and holding them responsible for following safety rules will help build a culture of safety.

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    Key Audience


    Managers and supervisors

    Course Topics


    Communicating The Importance Of Safety
    Communicating Safety Issues To Others
    Effective Use Of Safety Signage
    Hazard Recognition
    Emergency Planning Basics
    Designing An Effective Emergency Action Drill
    Conducting An Evacuation
    Proper Accident Investigation Techniques
    Dealing With Employees Who Refuse To Work Safely
    Dealing With Drug & Alcohol Abuse

    Course Detail


    Course ID
    tjhcblcs_vod

    Time

    36-46 Min
    Questions
    10

    Languages

    en

    video format

    HD

    captions

    No

    Resources

    Yes

    Lessons

    10

    Remediation

    Yes

    Bookmarking

    Yes

    Feedback

    Yes

    Microlearning

    no