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PPSA Presents March 26 Safety Webinar

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Software and technology tools are on the rise and they can help safety professionals enormously in various aspects of their jobs. Unfortunately, many safety professionals are unaware of the tools because schedules are tight, meetings are endless and desks are full of paperwork. Safety professionals are often so busy working at their job, they do not have time to research the newest technology tools to help in their job.  

  •  We all know about online learning, where a desktop is required. However, how about a person in the field who only has a smart phone?
  • We know the importance of tool box talks, but schedules do not permit everyone to attend. And, I want them to think safety at the begging of each shift.
  • We have hardware/tools that measure risk, but often these instruments are not in the field.
  • We have many facilities around the country/world. Some have the answers to problems, while others still have the questions.
  • We are located throughout the US/world, but we still work independently in ‘silos’ and lack sharing information.
  • We need to train, track and record individuals attendance at safety classes, but here is always someone on vacation, sick or unavailable. Those stragglers are a problem.
There is a solution to all of these problems!

Software and technology tools help improve performance, increase knowledge and reduce accidents. Employees have access to information 24/7 that enables them to find answers immediately, regardless of location.

We know you are busy, so careful research has been done to locate the only the best, most effective safety software and technology tools. Listen to this overview and, better yet, hear the details yourself at the PPSA conference in St. Petersburg, Fla., USA.

Register for this presentation.

If you have recommendations for inclusion, our team will review prior to adding them to the final presentation at the conference. Feel free to email Isabel@TheSafetyDoctor.com  

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