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Safety Training

Safety Gap Model

Do You Have a Knowledge Gap?

Do you see this at your company?

  • Lack of training for foreman and supervisors
  • Lack of training new hires
  • Employees unsure of company policies
  • OSHA fines
  • Poor communication

Warning: You could have a knowledge gap in your safety program.

The knowledge gap is the difference between established safety policies and standards and the knowledge to implement them.

Why this gap exists:

  • Lack of training.
  • Employee lack of safety knowledge
  • Lack of defined responsibility

How to Solve for a Knowledge Gap

Documented safety training addresses and solves for a knowledge gap in a company. and manuals address and solve for a process gap in a company. Regular safety training gives workers the tools and practice to establish good safety behavior in the workplace. 

 

Safety Training Services

Safety training offered by Insure Compliance span a variety of industries, topics, delivery methods, and languages. From the required OSHA 10 and OSHA 30 to specific IIPP or equipment training, we train on nearly any topic. 

Topics can vary by level and delivery method. 

We offer quite a few training topics tailored to your industry and business. You can find those topics here.

  • Awareness: Also known as toolbox talks or safety meetings, these training give a general awareness of a topic.
  • Operator Certification: Operator Certification training is specific to a piece of equipment – awareness, hazards, and how to safely operate. A hand-on test is required to assess surroundings, operate equipment, complete a task, and power off. 
  • Other Certification: Other certification trainings are specific to the certification and can vary in time to complete.
    • OSHA 10 and OSHA 30
    • CPR/ First Aid/ AED
  • Competent Education: Competent Education Trainings are pass/fail courses incorporating both written and practical examinations and are based on the corresponding requirements of the OSHA or other regulatory body regulations

Delivery method depends on the level of training. 

In general, awareness training can be done online on in-person.

Most certification training (Operator and Other) are almost exclusively done in person, as hands-on experience is required. 

Competent level training is also delivery exclusively in-person, as there is a hands-on component to that training as well. 

How Do We Learn?

While safety training content is fairly standard across the board, retention often depends on how a person learns, the mode of delivery, and the quality of the trainer. People retain only 10% of content when they strictly read and more than 90% if they teach others. 

Overall, there are 7 different ways to learn:

  • lecture
  • reading
  • audio/visual
  • demonstration
  • discussion
  • practice 
  • teach
Learning Pyramid for retention
The Education Corner: https://www.educationcorner.com/the-learning-pyramid.html

Ask yourself: Where does the typical safety training class fit? 

At Insure Compliance we focus on making our in-person classes as interactive as possible, having discussions, using demonstrations, and letting participants practice. In fact, for English and Spanish-speaking job crews, we have trainers that speak both languages in the same class

Safety Training Topics

We offer quite a few training topics tailored to your industry and business. 

  • Accident investigation
  • Accident prevention
  • Active Shooter
  • ADOT GVWR and securing Loads
  • Aerial Lift/Scissor lift
  • Arc Flash
  • ARCA fall protection
  • Armed robbery
  • Asbestos Awareness
  • Back/lifting safety
  • Safety Basics
  • Bed Bug prevention
  • Bloodborne Pathogens
  • Boom Lifts
  • Chemical Spill Clean up
  • Child Protection
  • Clothes Baler Safety
  • Concrete work
  • Confined Spaces
  • Confined Spaces – Competent person
  • Conflict Resolution
  • CPR/First Aid
  • CPR/First Aid/AED
  • CPR/First Aid/AED/Pediatric
  • Crane Safety Awareness
  • Cyber Security/Safety
  • Dairy Safety
  • Record keeping
  • Driver Safety
  • Electrical Safety
  • EMOD Training
  • Ergonomics
  • Excavator Safety
  • Eye Safety
  • Fall Protection
  • Slips, trips, and falls
  • Fire Safety Training
  • First Aid
  • Flagger Certification
  • Forklift Training
  • General Safety
  • Golf Cart Safety
  • Hand Safety
  • Hazardous Space Training
  • HazCom Training
  • Hearing Safety
  • Heat Illness
  • Hot Work
  • House Keeping
  • Ladder Safety
  • Landscapers Safety Training
  • Lead Exposer Awareness
  • Loaders
  • LOTO (Lockout-Tagout)
  • Machine Guarding
  • Mold Safety
  • OSHA 10hr – Construction
  • OSHA 30hr – Construction
  • Pesticide Safety
  • Power Tools
  • PPE
  • Red Cross CPR – First Aid – AED
  • Respirator Training
  • Respirator Fit Testing
  • Rigging and Signalman
  • Scaffold Training – User
  • Scaffold Training – Competent Person
  • Sexual Harassment and Discrimination – Employee
  • Sexual Harassment and Discrimination – Manager
  • Sexual Harassment and
  • Discrimination – Manager (CA)
  • Signs of a meth
  • Silica Competent Person
  • Silica Awareness
  • Substance abuse
  • Suicide Prevention
  • Supervisor and Leadership Training
  • Tire Changing
  • Tool Safety
  • Tractor Safety
  • Welding Safety
  • Workplace Violence

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Where Are Your Safety Gaps?

At Insure Compliance, we follow our Safety Gap Model to bridge the safety gaps in your business. 

When each of the five gaps are addressed, you create a positive safety culture for your company and successfully minimize your business risk in terms of safety and insurance.

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