According to the 2012 Liberty Mutual Workplace Safety Index, the most disabling workplace injuries and illnesses amounted to more than $50 billion in direct U.S. workers' compensation costs in 2010. Occupation Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) says that by implementing effective health and safety systems, organizations can significantly reduce the workplace injuries and the cost associated with them. View this webinar to know the effective safety training methods implemented in major industry segments. Know how to cut the training cost without compromising on the effectiveness of training delivered.
"It should not be necessary for each generation, to rediscover the principles of process safety, which the generation before discovered. We must learn from the experience of others, rather than learn the hard way. We must pass on to the next generation, a record of what we have learned" - Jesse C. Ducommun, Safety Pioneer.
From a pin industry to plane industry, safety of workers has become a very important aspect to the organizations. Workplace injuries and illnesses are costing them billions of dollars every year. According to United States Department of Labor, organizations paid about one billion dollars per week, as a direct compensation to the employees who were down with injuries and illnesses at the workplace in the year 2010. Occupation Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) says that by implementing effective health and safety systems, organizations can significantly reduce workplace injuries and the cost associated with them.
Major high risk industries, where safety training is critical are oil & gas, mining, energy and chemical industries. Access this free webinar to know what are the types of safety trainings delivered in these industries. How are the trainings being delivered? What role is technology playing in workplace safety training? Here you will also find the answers to the following questions and more: