THE NUMBER OF OCCUPATIONAL ACCIDENTS HAS HALVED IN 10 YEARS THROUGH THE INTRODUCTION OF SAFETY TRAINING PROGRAMMES.
BUT THE FIGURES ARE STILL TOO HIGH (SEE TABLE). THERE ARE GAPS IN THE EDUCATION/TRAINING OF EMPLOYEES.
WITH SAFETY TRAINING PROGRAMMES VIA E-LEARNING, YOU OPT FOR SAFETY AND QUALITY!
Safety: what does the law say?
The employer is obliged to thoroughly inform his employees about the activities they have to carry out, and the associated risks.
The employer has to clearly indicate the measures that are in place in order to prevent or limit these risks.
What’s the problem with traditional safety training programmes?
- Lack of training
Apart from the existing general safety training courses, many companies have no structural safety education.
- Lack of priority
In practice, not all employees attend these training programmes.
- Lack of monitoring
There is no follow-up on the training programmes from the side of the managers.
- Lack of overview
Safety training programmes are not kept in a centralised location, and therefore often cannot be found by employees.
- Lack of repetition
The correct way to act is only engrained through frequent repetition.
Repetition is practically non-existent in many companies.
Informing and training.
There is a clear difference between informing employees and training them.
Informing employees refers to the provision of information.
Training focuses on deepening understanding and teaching skills.
Why use online safety training programmes?
100% customised to ALL safety requirements within your sector and within your company.
LMS: available always and everywhere, an overview of the participation.
- Test modules
By testing your employees, you can be sure that they are familiar with your safety instructions.
The safety modules can be quickly adapted and expanded.
Onyx Online Learning has experience in developing customised safety training programmes.
- General information
- Electrical training
- Mechanical training
- Hoisting and lifting tools
- Safety symbols
- Safety interlocks
- Emergency stop
- High voltage
- Use of gloves
- Use of safety goggles.