Originally published by OH&S SafetyPod.
“OH&S SafetyPod: Can Safety Training be Both Engaging and Compliant?
SafetySkills Instructional Systems Design and Project Management Team Lead, Lauren Brandeberry, discusses the ever-evolving landscape of safety training and eLearning with OH&S Editor Sydny Shepard on this episode of the podcast.
The past decade has brought an explosion of innovations in instructional design, such as microlearning, adaptive learning and gamification. In this episode of OH&S SafetyPod, I was pleased to interview Lauren Brandeberry, Instructional Systems Design and Project Management Team Lead at SafetySkills about modern instructional design and strategies for working with requirements of regulatory bodies such as OSHA, DOT, and EPA while producing engaging, effective training content for workers.
Lauren was the perfect person to interview for this episode, as she has been designing world-class eLearning solutions for global safety, staff development and compliance training challenges for SafetySkills and their clients for the past 6 years. Lauren and I did a deep dive into the different kinds of eLearning, the most effective methods of training for age groups and aging computer systems as well as the most advanced eLearning techniques on the market today. This is not an episode you want to miss out on!
A special thank you to SafetySkills:
SafetySkills provides award-winning online safety training solutions to organizations and leading enterprises across the globe. By working with regulatory and industry experts to ensure content accuracy, SafetySkills offers e-learning training on hundreds of OSHA, EHS and HR topics so you can be sure your entire workforce receives up-to-date and consistent training. Partnering with SafetySkills can help you reduce employee training costs, improve your workplace safety record and maintain regulatory compliance. To learn more or to get started with your free 14-day trial, visit safetyskills.com/safetypod.
About the Author
Sydny Shepard is the Editor of Occupational Health & Safety.”