Keeping employees informed throughout your organization can avoid litigation. Understanding laws and best practices is an essential part of an effective defense if a claim should arise.
Ensuring compliance and educating employees on safety can be a challenge. Understand what regulations apply to your organization, and have a plan in place to assure workplace safety is a priority.
Child Abuse Prevention
Adults working with children should understand risks, signs of neglect, and how to report a suspicion. Build a safe environment by decreasing the risk of child sexual abuse and neglect.
Users can be designated and assigned courses by profile, site, department, and role.
Ease administration and empower employees to self-assign their courses. With just a few clicks, users can quickly begin their training.
Designate courses to be auto-assigned based on specific criteria. Users are assigned only relevant courses when they register and select their role.
Training activities are tracked in real time. Preview all or specified users’ reports. Search by name, profile, site, department, or role.
Manage all users’ records in one place by recording live training.
Facilitators can schedule session types to be used again and again, keeping all user records grouped in one place.
Session pre-registration for attendees can occur in one of two ways: self-registration or by an administrator.
Keep live session records with online course records. Housing an individual’s records in one place makes accessing them simpler for administrators.
Bulletin streams deliver current and relevant articles to your organization’s team members.
Best Management Practices
Frontline managers and supervisors can receive articles via email and add them to a favorites list for later reference. Article acknowledgements indicate which articles a user has read on their training record.
Keeping up-to-date is key to responsibilities in the ever-evolving world of human resources. Continuous education keeps your HR current.
Smarter Adults–Safer Children®
Keep employees and volunteers informed of best practices in working with youth, indicators of neglect, and reporting procedures.