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Inject some humor into your safety training!

Research has shown that laughter helps engage students, enhance recall, and improve learning. Guided by this principle, this new training program helps inject fun into safety training.

Wrong Way Right Way Safety Cases drops the dull-lecture format and uses funny snippets to show employees the wrong way and right way of handling 10 common safety issues:

  • Back Safety
  • Bloodborne Pathogens
  • Electrical Safety
  • Fire Evacuation
  • Forklift Safety
  • Hazard Communication
  • Lockout/Tagout
  • Portable Fire Extinguisher
  • Personal Protective Equipment
  • Slips Trips and Falls

The Wrong Way Right Way Safety Cases training program follows office colleagues who handle each safety issue in their own peculiar ways. The "wrong way" is re-enacted first and features the most hilarious episodes; in one, several employees run and scream as they flee from bloodborne pathogens; in another, employees engage in forklift racing; lastly, two employees act like Starsky and Hutch as their "chief," i.e. their supervisor, reprimands them for improper electrical safety.

The "right way" offers a more serious treatment of the issues, and illustrates key safety practices for each. Ideal for refresher training.

Purchase Includes:

  • Wrong Way Right Way: Safety Cases DVD (48 Minutes)
  • Leader's Guide
  • PowerPoint Presentation

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