1. Manage Risk with Better Learning

    In 2012, The U.S. Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) conducted 93,438 inspections; found 200,662 violations; and levied nearly $200 million in fines. Read more from the source

    Some of the infractions were unavoidable, others could have been prevented with more easily available learning. The problems aren’t limited to the high-stress workplaces we often associate with OSHA.

    By early 2013, the SEC had collected $2.68 billion in penalties and other relief in response to the financial crisis. Read more  Any highly regulated industry can benefit from being able to get the right learning to the right people at the right time. As important, being able to generate learning compliance reports at the push of a button can literally save an organization millions. A recent Training Magazine article highlights the importance of managing risk through learning. Read full article

    Written by: Ceil Tilney, Senior Strategy Consultant


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