Workplace Safety and Compliance

Workplace safety is usually associated with industries where people operate in high-risk environments, while compliance is associated with adhering to safety standards and can mean maintaining a strict code of conduct like the auditing firms follow. The two may seem distanced from each other, but they both fall under the same spectrum of overall compliance.

Organizations that provide little to no training in compliance and workplace safety, generally risk their reputation and the safety of their employees. If they are caught avoiding these integral training programs, they can be held legally accountable.

In industries where the working environment is under high-risk at all time, the focus on workplace safety and Health Safety Environment (HSE) training is integral. Also, in the organizations where compliance is important, monthly or biannual training is common. In both the cases, training is an ongoing process, and a traditional approach to training is not economical.

Why traditional training is not enough to ensure workplace safety and compliance training?

  • Time-consuming: Workplace safety and compliance is a regular training initiative—annual and biannual. Traditionally training employees regularly and attempting to manually keep a track of compliant learners is a time consuming and laborious task.
  • Non-visual form of training: Workplace safety is a highly visual form of training. Simulating an emergency escape is just one such training form. Workers heavily rely on seeing appropriate actions and mimicking it in the real life to avoid potentially life-threatening situations.
  • Manual tracking: Organizations need to keep a track of employees avoiding mandatory compliance training. Traditional training relies on manually tracking compliance training, which enables some employees to skip training. Though such employees may not prioritize this training, it can adversely affect the organization.
  • Remote training areas: Organizations seeking workplace safety and HSE training are usually located in remote regions, such as oil rigs, gas lakes, and off-shore oil plants. The cost and difficulty in regularly transporting trainers to these remote locations is an additional cost.
  • Perceived as uninteresting: Many employees regard compliance as dreary and do not consider it important. Taking a traditional approach towards training such a subject leaves little room for making an impact.

How does eNyota help you achieve complete workplace safety and compliance training?

  • Simulation-based training: eNyota creates simulation-based courses that aid visual training, which is essential in safety training courses for high-risk environments.
  • Tracking compliant employees: eLearning, especially when combined with an LMS platform, makes it simple to track compliant employees. eNyota can help you create compliance courses to legally safeguard your organization.
  • Accessibility: No region is inaccessible or remote anymore. Use eNyota’s courses to train workers wherever they are located with absolute ease and with minimal costs and efforts.
  • Interesting learning approach: With a gamified approach to compliance, eNyota turns boring courses into interesting game-based learning that learners can enjoy and readily complete their compliance training.

  • Mobile optimized courses: Since workers operating in remote regions seldom have access to computers and workstations, mobile-optimized courses created by eNyota are the ideal to deliver training to an individual’s mobile phone!

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