Training Resources

Good trainers never stop learning themselves. To help grow your knowledge, we’ve compiled these trainer solutions to help you enhance your training and the experience of your learners.

Safety Training for OSHA's Top Ten Violations


While you can't prevent OSHA inspectors from showing up at your door, you can be prepared for them.

Training Presentation Do's and Don'ts


Whether you're a novice or an experienced trainer, it's helpful to periodically review some tips for making training programs impressive as well as effective.

Engaging the Adult Learner


For many adults, sitting in a training classroom is something to be avoided at all costs. However, training is a necessary part of today's workplace.

Training Records: Going Beyond the Class Sign-In Sheet


It's hard enough to prepare and present training programs, but a trainer's job is not complete until the training is documented.

Developing Training Programs


A haphazard approach to training can leave workers confused about what they were supposed to have learned; and more importantly, they won’t be comfortable with or capable of putting training content to use on the job.

Consider Other Obligations When You Schedule Training


When employers schedule training, they should be aware that they may have to meet certain other obligations that might not be so obvious.

Adult Learning


In general, adults take responsibility for their own learning. There are several characteristics of adult learners:

New Employee Orientation


Whenever a new employee comes on board, there is a period of training and learning in which the new employee learns about the company’s safety and health programs, emergency action plans, fire protection policy, and any other safety-related issues that the employee must know.