With the new superhero movie Avengers: Infinity War coming out soon, we thought we'd take a little break from the seriousness of our usual discussions about training, safety, manufacturing, and similar topics and put together workforce training suggestions for some of the superheroes who will appear in the upcoming Avengers movie.
This is one of a series of humor-based articles we do at Convergence Training from time to time. In addition to this one, feel free to check out some of these:
With that said, let's take a look at our suggestions of Safety Training for Superheroes. We've even included the trailer for the Avengers: Infinity War movie near the bottom of this post for you!
You might also find a LOT of stuff interesting and helpful in the guide below if you're looking for online safety training.
Here's our list of safety training suggestions for some of the superheroes in the upcoming movie. We're going to focus just on Avengers, thinking that's who most of you might be familiar with. No slight intended to the Guardians of the Galaxy (a noble role!).
Watch for future blog posts covering training suggestions for other superheroes as well.
And scroll down toward the bottom to see the trailer for The Avengers: Infinity War.
All that high-altitude web-slingin' calls for a little Fall Prevention and Protection training!
And for those of you who grew up around the time I did, here's a super-cool Spidey bonus:
A no-brainer, here. Let's get some Stress Management and Prevention training for Mr. Mean and Green.
And here's another blast from the past from the gamma-ray generation:
For Goldilocks, I thought about Hand and Power Tool Safety because of his mighty hammer Mjolnir (good for smiting enemies!), but it seems like the Norse God of Thunder has to have some Electrical Safety Training, no?
And speaking of shocks, here's an electrifying jolt from the past:
Cap's got some new team members and may even be a little disenchanted with this superhero thing, so how about a little Change Management training?
And speaking of "the times, they are a changin'," here's a stirring bit of patriotism from the past:
And here's the man of metal, old shell-head himself, from a different era:
Before we move on, if you enjoyed these 1960s flashback videos, read more about these 1960s superhero TV shows here.
I could have given this safety training to Spidey, but let's go with First Aid for Spider Bites for Ms. Natasha Romanova.
Witches are people too, right? How about a little diversity training for increased acceptance of this powerful woman? It's the #metoo generation, right?
Our good friend Hawk, known for his keen eye, needs some PPE training and especially eye protection to keep shootin' straight!
What's more appropriate for the Winter Soldier than some Cold Stress training? Brr!
Is it fair to call the good doctor "strange" simply because he wears a cape, is a self-styled "sorcerer supreme," and is a master of the occult? Methinks some Discrimination in the Workplace training is called for.
Is the beam that shoots out of the Mind Stone in Vision's forehead a laser? If not, I'd say it's close enough! Let's sign this android up for some laser safety training STAT!
How about some Metal on Metal Safety Training for the ruler of Wakanda, the world's sole source of the precious metal vibranium?
We think some First Aid for Fire Ant Bites and Stings training might come in handy when this little guy and his hard-working, seemingly intelligent, yet "bitey" friends are around.
Not even we have proper safety training for this Norse trickster god. You're on your own with Loki!
No jokes here. Occupational fatalities are preventable. Read our review of Dr. Todd Conklin's book on Preventing Fatalities to learn more.
But we do have a few extra goodies for you below...
Here's the Avengers: Infinity War trailer we promised at the top.
Here's another quick look at some of our online training for safety, operations, and more. It might remind you a bit of the animated style of some of the early superhero shows on TV.
Hope you had a little fun with this, and let us know if you saw the movie and what you thought of it.
If you're interested in how comic book design tips can improve eLearning design, check out the following two articles:
For those of you with more than a little interest in comic book characters, here's an arguably interesting article about the Avengers (and the Infinity War movie) from the Atlantic and another interesting article from CNN that sets the scene for the new Marvel movie.
Have a great day and before you go, donwload our guide to buying and using online safety training!