How Long Since You Rethought Your Worker Training Program?
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Verbal, observational and practical. These are the three levels of training any new employee should go through in order to safely operate equipment in any of the industries we serve. You may have an established system of worker training, but if it doesn’t include elements of each level mentioned above, your workers may be unprepared for the realities of working in the field.
Great Return on Investment
An investment in worker education returns about $1.38 in value to the employer. We want to get you thinking about your worker training program with our new downloadable guide. In this five page guide, we provide current statistics on worker training, tips on maximizing the effectiveness of your program and food for thought about young workers.
Safety is Our Priority
A well trained worker is a safe worker. We have been providing jobsite training and jobsite supervision for more than a decade. In fact, we have more than 130 man-years of experience in pipe, tube and bolting tool industries. So if our new guide prompts you to reevaluate your worker training program, get in touch with us to see how we can supplement your worker education.