The Safety Reports Training App was designed to streamline the management of your organization’s safety training program. Read on to learn about a few of the app’s dynamic features and how they’ll help get your organization trained in a timely manner.
The Training Tracking feature allows administrators to access and assess all training activity while on-the-go, as well as add new training events. A mobile-friendly dashboard helps you monitor team progress and analyze trends, and you can also drill down to the activity of individual employees to check on their training status. For more proactive tracking, Configurable Reminders can be set to notify administrators and employees when refresher trainings are due. Types of training typically tracked:
The Toolbox Talk feature allows field staff to hold daily reviews (sometimes called safety briefings or tailgate meetings) before work begins. These 5 to 10 minute meetings are the perfect opportunity to review and/or supplement your larger safety program by keeping workers updated on job-specific hazards, new safety materials and processes, as well as other aspects of building an effective safety culture. Read this article for a few tips on making the most of your 5 minute Toolbox Talk.
The Training Exams feature enables administrators to communicate special topics to their team via email and text message. The communications arrive in the form of training documents, usually up to two pages, which include required fields that must be answered correctly in order to receive credit for the training. Training Exams is an extremely efficient and cost-effective way to deploy and document training for your remote employees.
If you need to communicate with employees about their training, roll out policy changes, or share critical announcements, the app features a two-way communication system. To ensure your communications are being read, you can request an acknowledgement of receipt from employees, which the app will track. You can even require employees to answer specific questions in order to verify that they not only read, but understood the information delivered.