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Providing safety training for new hires and existing employees is an investment in your business. Businesses with thorough safety training programs have lower rates of injury on the job, lower rates of absenteeism and are less likely to face fines or lawsuits resulting from workplace hazards. But it can be hard to get everyone together for training sessions, especially if you have multiple retail locations, warehouses and offices.
Our unique program allows for multiple points of access, including in-store kiosks, iPads, on-site training centers and personal computers.
Our Employee safety training modules provide you with courses on the most common employee hazard training needs, combined into one always-available, online training library.
Training can be accessed wherever you need it, from corporate headquarters to branch store and franchise locations. And because it's online, there are no scheduling conflicts. You decide when and where to train. Train one employee at a time, or everyone at a location. The choice is yours.
Our unique program allows for multiple points of access, from in-store kiosks and iPads to on-site or at personal computers. Add additional modules such as Loss Prevention, Workplace Ethics, or Workplace Discrimination to create a personalized training program to match your store's unique needs. Our built-in Learning Management System even allows you to track third party training alongside your WPA Retail Management Training Program.
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