State of Safety Training: Manufacturing Post COVID-19
CONVENTIONAL INSTRUCTOR LED SAFETY TRAINING DOESN’T FIT THE NEW NORMAL
The disruption on manufacturing caused by COVID-19 has severe operational, social and financial consequences that is forcing manufacturers to rethink risk management, workforce safety protocols, manufacturing operations and contingency plans at the same time.
Workers are looking to their leadership for support in staying healthy & productive.
Your ability to survive and thrive through the economic impact of the pandemic and future changes in demand are dependent on the ongoing health & productivity of your employees.
Besides your legal obligation under the General Duty Clause, it is also fiscally responsible as investments in safety and safety training yield an average 4-6x ROI.
Not surprisingly, Our respondents were mostly highly committed to safety at their company, with a strong interest in keeping workers safe and finding the best safety training practices.
Download this special report on the State of Safety Training Survey for Manufacturing to see how COVID-19 didn’t change safety training, but put the need to transition to online safety training in the fast lane.