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Safety training is something that most people dread. But safety training doesn’t have to be dreadful. Group discussions are a great way to keep the audience engaged. Providing ways to engage them in the training session and get them talking (and laughing) is a great place to start.

Humor in Safety will give techniques to safety professionals to make their training more engaging. This presentation will:

• explain the importance of storytelling;
• show how to humanize yourself;
• demonstrate how to relate a common interest to the training topic;
• discuss when and where humor is appropriate.

We all know that safety is a serious topic, but you can learn how to make safety training interesting and even fun!

You just may find that by adding a bit of humor to your sessions, you will enjoy teaching the classes more than ever before and your students will remember the teaching points.

Register now for this on-demand webinar and learn to produce effective training.

Note: Attendees will also receive a copy of Tim’s article on this topic following the webinar.
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Tim Page-Bottorff
Senior Safety Consultant
Tim is an inspirational certified safety professional who brings over 20 years of occupational health, safety and environmental experience. Tim has been published in industry magazines and online, including Coatings Pro Magazine, Professional Safety Magazine, the Journal of Environmental Management, and the Water Environment Federation. Attendees benefit from his enthusiasm and unique ability to immediately put his audience at ease through humor and personal life experiences.
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