Proper Employee Training is Crucial for Crisis Situations
  • Proper Employee Training is Crucial for Crisis Situations
Originally published: 18/03/2020 15:39
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Proper Employee Training is Crucial for Crisis Situations

Someone sent me a video from the World Health Organization showing how to wash your hands.

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As I am writing this the world is experiencing an unprecedented crisis with the coronavirus spreading fear, illness and economic devastation throughout the world. Everyone is scrambling to deal with the situation the best way they can.

Someone sent me a video from the World Health Organization showing how to wash your hands. If they would have sent me this before the virus struck, I would not pay any attention. But with a threat to health getting worse everyday I clicked the play button and was astonished at how little I knew about how to wash hands properly.

This made me think about how important training is. Of course, in a crisis you don’t always have time for training, so that should come before. Think of firefighters. They don’t have time for training when But training must be done well for it to be effective in any situation. The seven steps to effective training is a way to ensure that training will produce the desired outcome. I have written an article and made a video on the seven steps so check that out.

Watch the video and start washing your hands properly for better health and hygiene for everyone.

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