This blog post is for people who attended the presentation on Online Safety Training facilitated by Morgan Bliss, Associate Professor at Central Washington University’s Safety and Health Management program, and Jeff Dalto, Senior Learning & Development Specialist at Convergence Training/RedVector. Or for those who wish they were there.
What we’ve done here is try to provide some additional materials to help you learn more about, evaluate, and implement online safety training solutions at your workplace.
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Here are some of the materials that we distributed at the conference:
We fielded a question about OSHA education requirements and didn’t have a complete answer for it, so stay tuned and we’ll address that question shortly in this space.
The articles in this section are directly related to helping you research, evaluate, adopt, and implement online safety training at your workplace.
You might also find this 60-minute, free, on-demand webinar interesting:
The articles in this section provide more general information about online safety training. They will provide more information about what online safety training is, some reasons to consider using it, and provide some examples of how to implement and use it effectively at work.
The articles in this section deal specifically with online safety training courses–also known as eLearning courses. They provide general helpful information but also include information about why eLearning safety training courses can be effective as part of an overall safety training program.
The articles in this safety provide information about how training management systems (also known as learning management systems or LMSs) can be used as part of an online safety training system.
The articles in this section deal with eLearning courses in general, without the specific focus on safety and health training.
The articles in this section deal with learning management systems (LMSs) in general, without the specific focus on safety training.
Here are some resources for considering benefits of mobile apps and devices for mobile safety training:
Here’s a look at online safety training in relation to different parts of your workforce:
A little thin, huh? We’ll build this section up, we promise!
This section includes articles with helpful information about safety training in general, without the focus on online safety training.
This section includes articles that deal with training in general, without the focus on online training or safety training in specific.
There’s more to learning and being a safe organization than just safety training.
Along those lines, please enjoy any of the following articles:
The articles in this section are third-party sources of objective information about safety training providers and safety training solutions. Here are a few lists of safety training providers, including online safety training providers.
And here’s a website that provides objective, third-party evaluations of learning management systems (LMSs) AND reviews from real users of those LMSs.
We also think the Talented Learning website is a good place to get objective, non-biased information about LMSs and reviews of LMSs. And we think the book LMS Success: A Step-by-Step Guide to LMS Administration by Katrina Baker is a helpful resource.
And finally, here’s some more stuff that may be of interest to you.
We are looking for more links for this section…please leave a note in the comments if you can recommend some.
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