4 Best Practices to Leverage an LMS for Safety & Compliance Training

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Organizing training programs and rolling out online courses, monitoring results, connecting safe practices with business outcomes, and ensuring employees avoid violations are vital to inculcate a safety culture in the workplace.However, what if you just upload courses to your company’s Intranet or internal portal and don’t have idea of what your employees did with them? You may not be aware of their learning progress, you can’t track their scores, you don’t know the course completion status of individuals; how will you submit safety training completion reports to regulatory authorities? You wouldn’t know if your employees have understood the rules and are ready to apply them at work.

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