Safety Training Blog

Accountability in a Worker Related Fall

Posted by MELISSA GIERLACH on

Accountability in a Worker Related Fall

A fellow employee using the equipment you inspected took a serious fall while working at heights. Let’s assume you are the authorized person at your jobsite who performs the annual equipment inspections. Are you liable for this accident?

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Training Workers So They Are Protected When and Where They Need It Most

Posted by Marcy Ross on

Training Workers So They Are Protected When and Where They Need It Most
We develop training that changes behaviors, which may require making life-saving safety decisions. It's our mission to give you the best, so you can be your best, and more importantly – work safer, and keep your employees protected at heights.

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Preventing Accidents in the Workplace Using Due Diligence

Posted by Jennifer Abraham on

Preventing Accidents in the Workplace Using Due Diligence
Due Diligence, a term many of us have heard time and time again but what does it really mean and how does it apply to you? Jennifer Abraham, our Honeywell Canada Training Manager and Subject Matter Expert shares her point of view.

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Minutes for Survival

Posted by Mark Cangemi on

Minutes for Survival
Following a successfully arrested fall into a fall protection system and full body harness, the fall victim is not necessarily in the clear.  Negative effects can occur to the body while being suspended in a full body harness, including death.

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AR Technology Joins the Safety Training World

Posted by Lisa Alsdorf on

AR Technology Joins the Safety Training World
Technology has taken off in the safety world making an impact virtually, and specifically with the use of augmented reality.

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