Traliant Safety Briefs

Ensuring the safety of employees and fostering a strong safety culture requires more than once-a-year training sessions. The challenge lies in striking a balance between effectively reinforcing key critical safety protocols without overwhelming employees with more training. Traliant EHS Safety Briefs is the solution.

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    Traliant Safety Briefs are short, informative microlearnings that can enhance your safety training program and help prioritize safety throughout the year. Safety Briefs are an easy way to reinforce key concepts covered in our full courses, serving as quick reminders for employees to recall and apply appropriate safety measures. They are designed to be completed in just 3-5 minutes, making them convenient and easy for everyone to learn.

    When you integrate Safety Briefs into your training strategy, it can help create a safety-conscious culture within your organization. Employees become better informed and can make smarter decisions about workplace safety, promoting a proactive approach to preventing risks and ensuring a safe working environment for all.

    The Advantages of Traliant Safety Briefs
    • Maintain Workplace Safety: Keep safety a top priority throughout the year, without overwhelming employees with additional training
    • Reinforce Learning: Quickly recap training to boost understanding and strengthen learning
    • Help Prevent Workplace Accidents: Address common mistakes and clarify misconceptions to help avert potential workplace incidents
    • Encourage Safety Discussions: Create opportunities for ‘safety moments’ where employees can discuss topics further and apply their learning
    • Flexible, Mobile-Enhanced Learning: Access Safety Briefs anytime, anywhere with an enhanced mobile experience, providing greater flexibility and convenience

    Traliant Safety Briefs are offered on a variety of safety topics that we add to regularly

    Cal/OSHA Injury and Illness Prevention Program (IIPP)

    This safety brief meets training standard requirements of California’s OSHA IIPP to raise employee, supervisor and management awareness of the potential exposure to workplace hazards and safety procedures for preventing and reporting them.

    Donning and Doffing PPE for Healthcare

    Training on donning and doffing of personal protective equipment is critical in the healthcare setting to ensure the safety of both healthcare workers and patients. This safety brief covers how to properly put on and use PPE and remove it without self-contamination.

    Environmental Awareness

    It is essential that all employees understand the impact of their actions on the environment and how to contribute positively to a healthier planet.  This safety brief covers environmental awareness and our effect on our environment as well as ways to help reduce our impact.

    Heat Stress

    Employees need to be equipped with the knowledge of how to recognize, prevent and manage heat related risks in the workplace. This safety brief covers heat stress, its signs, symptoms and practical strategies for staying safe in hot environments.

    Inspecting Personal Fall Arrest Systems (PFAS)

    Personal fall arrest systems are designed to prevent serious injuries or fatalities in situations where employees work at heights or in elevated areas. This safety brief covers important information regarding inspecting and donning your PFAS to prevent falls.

    Job Hazard Analysis

    Understanding job hazards and their associated risks is necessary to maintain a safe workplace. This safety brief covers how to recognize and avoid potential task specific hazards by completing a Job Hazard Analysis.

    Know the Chemical Hazards

    Knowledge of how to identify chemical labeling is essential to keeping employees safe when handling hazardous chemicals. This safety brief covers the chemical labeling of the UN Globally Harmonized System (GHS) of chemical classification standards

    Lockout/Tagout Procedures

    Learning lockout/tagout procedures is crucial as it helps prevent accidents or injuries during maintenance or repair work. This safety brief covers basic lockout/tagout procedures to ensure machines, equipment or processes are de-energized.

    Occupational Noise Exposure

    Training on noise protection is essential to make sure employees know the risks associated with elevated noise levels.  This safety brief covers occupational noise protection, what is noise-induced hearing loss, the importance of proper ear protection, and effective strategies for safeguarding your hearing in various environments.

    Proper Lifting

    Applying proper lifting techniques can prevent strains, sprains and other bodily injury. This safety brief covers proper lifting techniques essential to safe materials handling practices

    Respiratory Protection

    Learning about respiratory protection will help mitigate the risks associated with inhaling harmful substances.  This safety brief covers respiratory protection, understanding of equipment, its usage, potential hazards, and best practices.

    Safe Ladder Use

    Learning safe ladder handling procedures is important to help employees avoid accidents and promotes a safe working environment. This safety brief explains safe ladder usage guidelines to mitigate the risk of falls and injuries.

    Using a Fire Extinguisher

    It is essential that employees are trained on how to use a fire extinguisher during an emergency. This safety brief covers the PASS (Pull, Aim, Squeeze and Sweep) method of using a fire extinguisher so employees can effectively respond during fire incidents to minimize damage and keep themselves safe.