Posts Tagged ‘construction safety video production’

Importance of Safety Induction Video in Building and Construction Sites

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The ever-growing construction industry sees a lot of fatalities. Only in 2017, there were 2.674 worker fatalities in the private construction industry, and this number is rising. Hence there’s a growing need of maintaining a safe construction site. So establishing a safety culture is of paramount importance.  The fastest and best media used for worker…

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Keeping People Safe and Informed With Safety Videos

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Video is one of the most tried, tested and true methods for delivering public health and safety guidelines. Video content is engaging, effective at communicating potentially life-saving information, and it’s a cost-effective way of training new employees.  Video content is the simplest way to deliver this essential information in the new reality of remote and…

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Top Tips For Creating Dynamic Safety Induction Videos

Top Tips For Creating Dynamic Safety Induction Videos

Keeping your team safe is important when working on a building and construction site. There are countless hazards that without proper training, could lead to injury. This is why it is important to have the necessary tools like a safety induction training video to ensure that your team is prepared for work on the job…

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The art of creating engaging safety training videos

The art of creating engaging safety training videos

Let’s face it: safety training videos are some of the most boring videos you will ever see in your lifetime. If you don’t believe this, just check out the employees’ faces who have to watch these videos as a mandatory feature of their induction or onboarding into a new organisation. “Just kill me” is their…

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To be or not to be SAFE….. ? EMPLOYERS’ CHOICE

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Fact alert: Workplace Injuries alone cost businesses hundreds of billions of dollars yearly ($170 Billions in USA in 2007). Fatalities in the oil and gas extraction industries alone claimed 70 % lives out of total fatalities in the year 2014.  In the middle east, young and male workers, in particular, were at increased risk for…

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