Bite-Sized Trainings That Drive Safety Outcomes
Safety training has a reputation for being long and tedious. But as Rachel Walla-Housman puts it, bite-sized informational videos have been shown to increase learner retention, improve safety outcomes, and foster a better attitude towards safety.
Rachel is the Founder of Ally Safety, which creates instructional videos and modules that transform training from hard-to-consume to entertaining and impactful.
In this episode, Rachel unpacks how to:
- Create training that resonates with every generation
- Communicate your company cares about safety
- Perform a cost-benefit analysis on your training efforts
- Leverage point-of-use safety training
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