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Top 5 Reasons to Move Your Safety Training to Digital in 2024

Updated: Jan 22

In 2024, the digital transformation of safety training has become increasingly significant. Barriers and issues like internet access, creation cost and time have all been lifted. Giving your employees, contractors and temporary workers a great digital video based training experience has never been easier. Here are the top five reasons to move Your Safety Training to Digital in 2024:


  1. Enhanced Accessibility and Flexibility: Digital video based safety training allows access materials anytime and anywhere, making it more convenient and flexible ensuring everyone receives consistent training regardless of location. New, modular approaches make re-use and repurposing simple. And it can be used in the flow of work accessed through search or QR code or as formal training. Video can also be an awesome tool in any kind of live training session as well!

  2. Customizable, Up-to-Date and Ready Made Content: Digital video training makes it easy to update and customize. This ensures that the information is always current with the latest safety standards and practices. The ready made toolbox video based talk library from Ally Safety gives you much of what's needed in an instant. Customization also allows for training to be tailored to specific job roles or industry requirements. Its incredibly easy to mix and match video content to create a great and personalized experience.

  3. Interactive Learning Experience: Digital video training can incorporate interactive elements like simulations, quizzes, and surveys, which can lead to better engagement and understanding. This interactive approach can be more effective than traditional training, especially for complex safety procedures. You can also add interactivity to your live training events allowing users answer knowledge checks, polling and even assessments.

  4. Tracking and Reporting Capabilities: Digital platforms provide advanced tracking and reporting features. Business can easily monitor employee, contractor and temp workers progress, assess their understanding of the material, and identify areas where additional training may be needed. This data-driven approach helps in ensuring compliance with safety regulations.

  5. Cost-Effectiveness and Scalability: Going digital can be more cost-effective than traditional in-person training methods. It eliminates the need for physical materials, travel, and venue costs. Additionally, digital training is scalable, making it easier to train employees, contractors and temp workers efficiently and consistently.

These reasons highlight why many organizations in 2024 are choosing to adopt digital for their safety training initiatives. At LUMA1 we partner with customers everyday to make the transition to digital video seamless and successful. Let us know if you would like a free, no obligation 30 minute briefing on going digital with video.

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