Tips Of How To Make Safety Training More Fun And Engaging.
Safety training is very important and often times than not it is mandatory in places of work.Most firms ensure that safety guides are prepared and are often upgraded to ensure that surroundings at the work place are harmless to staff.Regular training gatherings are meant to be informing staff on the latest safety needs and also allows the firm to see if the set standards are being observed.Then what do the safety police in the firm have to do to make sure a session is fun and engaging?On the other hand, how does the firm ensure that the gatherings held for safety maintain a fun and engaging flow?
Humor is one way to go in preparation of a training.It has been found that humor always receives a good response and people tend to go along in the hope of enjoying themselves.Granted most people rarely get to catch a break in real life, including humor in the training turns it into a lot of fun.
Have the team engage fully in the training and make it interactive rather than the lecture type norm.Participation of the team shall ensure everyone’s attention is held.Indeed a safety training session is guaranteed of being more engaging this way.
Competitions, rewards and games are a lot of fun too.Fun is usually not a frequently used word with staff during the usual work hours.Competition in small doses in such a gathering is quite fun. Create small groups to compete against each other to assist in understanding the contents in the training, making sure rewards are given to the leading team, be it tangible or not for example having the winning team pick out one thing or another as an advantage above the rest.Think of fun, think games.During the safety training, set up a few games that can end up assisting in the training rather than reduce the importance.The end result being that the training is a lot more fun.
Making a video which can be used as a tool and can help the staff remain attentive and have fun as well.When staff pay attention to the video, it is assumed a lot more information is absorbed rather than when there are no visual aids.
At the end of the training, carry out an open question and answer session as is usual in most trainings but ensure you follow it up with a review of the session, be it written or spoken.This way the feedback given gives room to learn from staff what they refer as fun and engaging.Assess the data collected and include it in the next planned training.This way the staff feel their suggestions are taken seriously.Staff end up having fun and being frank in every other training making it quite fun and engaging while basking in the knowledge that their opinion counts.
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