Getting knowledge to your team and contractors can be a real challenge. This challenge is also a key driver for the continuity of in-person training or less formal in-person knowledge sharing like toolbox talks. You go to where the people are, whether it's in the lunchroom or a morning briefing. While there is absolute value with the in-person approach, it can also be inconsistent, both in terms of it happening in a timely way or quality of delivery. And then there is engagement and retention.
When it comes to safety, you need to be certain that the right level of knowledge and awareness exists with your team and contractors. That’s why we advocate either blended approaches where you share knowledge digitally and discuss or apply it as a group for reinforcement or practice, or fully digital where you can deliver anytime, anywhere with consistency and with the assurance of testing knowledge and awareness. We see the success of these approaches everyday.
In today's fast-paced world, ensuring safety knowledge reaches the right people at the right time is critical. What's your preferred approach? Do you blend the best of both worlds or go fully digital for safety knowledge sharing?