Task training in mines can be a massive headache for health & safety managers, especially when you aren’t utilizing proper tools. That’s why in today’s blog we’ll be taking a lot at a few of the ways you can improve your mine’s task training greatly.

 

Be Proactive:

Training and certificates expire, and when they do, you have to renew them. The easy thing to do is wait until a bunch of training is expiring and try to renew it all at once. That isn’t going to go well, ever. A better option is to use a digital training management software like cerTrax. Using cerTrax, you receive notifications of upcoming expirations and can easily view all training in one dashboard. This means a clear view of all task training, making it easy to avoid a pile-up of work. Simply administer training regularly through cerTrax, and don’t worry about any serious time-crunches.

 

Make Sure Your Training Fits Your Needs:

There are not two mines in existence with exactly the same needs. That’s why customization is key when it comes to task training. The ability to create a training plan that fits your exact needs is incredibly valuable. Not only will it save you time, it will allow your trainers to go more in depth wherever necessary, building a stronger set of skills for your workers.

 

Utilize Digital Task Training Software:

By leveraging proper software, it is possible to ensure proactivity and customization when it comes to your task training. The best software for this is cerTrax. cerTrax provides a simple dashboard that allows for an overview of all certificates and training. It will notify you when training is expiring and allows for 100% custom training to be administered through the app. Following training, cerTrax can generate MSHA compliant certificates and easily store them digitally.

 

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