Saturday, March 28, 2020

Coronavirus Free Industrial Training Simulation Software

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Coronavirus quarantine (COVID-19) makes industrial training equipment obsolete. Insightful comparison to the replacement, industrial training simulator software.

In the article, we give several industrial training simulator software solutions and examples. More importantly, valuable distance learning tips and insight are given. Below is an excerpt from the full article...

Schools are now faced with the challenge of how to deliver valuable hands-on training to students working from home. Industrial Simulation Software is a great alternative to instill the kinesthetic learning attribute you would get from in-person classes with physical industrial training equipment.
The nation's schools could be closed for weeks, months or the rest of the school year. Even after schools are re-opened there may be social distancing practices implemented, and physical industrial training equipment may not be adequately or cost-effectively disinfected between each student's use.
Even before the Coronavirus outbreak, industrial training simulation software had some major advantages over physical industrial training equipment in certain areas. 

Summary: Research shows that 70% of what employees learn comes from experience, 20% is from their social interactions, and 10% is from traditional learning sources. The Simulations provided in our courses and as stand-alone software are tools that emulate the real work environment so that students and employees can identify with it. They provide experiential learning so the learner acquires knowledge faster, and retains it longer because they can experience and apply concepts learned in a realistic, controlled safe environment.

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Monday, March 16, 2020

Corona Virus Quarantine Advice

#coronavirus Corona Virus Quarantine Advice: #coronavirus Corona virus quarantine advice to make isolation time more productive and keep your sanity. Remote learning certificate courses and corona virus updates.

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Wednesday, March 4, 2020

The OSHA Forklift Certification Training Series

Fresh Forklift Training Videos

Employees grow tired of the same old forklift training videos. Some say it contributes to their complacency. Our advice is to try the new HD forklift training video course bundle at OSHA Forklift Certification Training Series for as little as $149 a month. ($199 per month if you add the LMS option.)

Forklift training course series

At the link above are 5 sample forklift training videos in HD quality and a free forklift test. Courses have several additional features and options so you can get what best suits your company. Also included are a comprehensive leader's guide and forklift training outline, Employee quiz & answer key, Training log, and Forklift Training certificate. A whole lot more too, depending on what delivery format you chose.

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Sunday, March 1, 2020

IR Corona Virus (COVID-19)

PSA: To stem the spread of the Corona Virus (COVID-19)

In order to stem the spread of #coronavirus, many use non-contact infrared thermometers to determine human body temperature. Our industrial customers may be tempted to use their existing industrial-grade non-contact infrared thermometers.
WARNING: Industrial thermometers are unreliable for human body temperature measurement.
"Unlike infrared thermometers that are designed for medical use, industrial-grade instruments can vary as much as 7.2 Fahrenheit (4 Celsius) degrees from a target's actual temperature."
(Jim Seffrin - Director of the Infraspection Institute)
 So using an industrial-grade thermometer to measure a normal healthy person's body temperature, you might see temperature values ranging from 91.4°F (33°C) to 105.8°F (41°C). Causing you to miss a person who could have a fever (Coronavirus)! You should only use medical grade thermometers that have been certified for such use. Medical approved infrared thermometers are more accurate than industrial grade and provide results closer to the person's actual core body temperature. Read More ... 

Coronavirus Tips:

  • Stay healthy everyone, wash your hands frequently.
  • Avoid others coughing or sneezing.
  • If you chose to wear a mask, only use a n95 mask or better, else you will have false sense of security.

If you are currently under the weather, get well soon.

 Don (Follow me on Industrial Skills Training Blog and on Twitter @IndTraining .)
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