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The Benefits of Safety Training for Employees

Employees who receive safety training are less likely to be injured on the job. In fact, according to the U.S. Department of Labor, safety training can reduce the number of injuries by as much as 50%.

Some of the benefits of safety training include:

  • Reduced chances of being injured on the job.
  • Reduced time off work due to injuries.
  • Increased productivity.
  • Improved morale.

There are a variety of types of safety training available, and it is important that employees receive the training that is best suited for their job. For example, employees who work with hazardous materials should receive training in handling those materials safely.

At the Safetyman Academy we offer over 70 online courses for a one low-cost annual fee, our online CPD and ISO certified courses include specialist oilfield courses including levels one, two / three well intervention training, wireline pressure control, coiled tubing pressure control and a unique 100% online Stuck Pipe Prevention course. Stuck pipe costs the oil and gas industry billions every year and is an essential course for everyone who works in drilling and well services, and included in our all-inclusive access program.

All our courses are translated into 40 plus languages and available 24 hours a day, not only reducing your training budget but also helping your company to reduce your carbon footprint.

Contact us today with your training needs and discover how we can help you improve your safety culture whilst reducing your training budget.


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