WHAT’S AT STAKE The body normally cools itself by sweating. During hot weather, especially with high humidity, sweating isn’t enough. Body temperature can rise to dangerous levels if you don’t drink enough water and rest.
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What Is a Checkpoint Used For On The LMS? Checkpoints are learning content items that include a title and a set of instructions for users to follow. Users see assigned checkpoints on their My Learning.
What Is Live Training Used For On The LMS? As an admin, account admin, or manager, you can add live trainings to your Bridge account. Live trainings allow for training and other corporate activities away.
What Is Retain Used For On The LMS? Retain is a tool that helps users recall information from their courses and can be enabled for any native Bridge course. Users will receive notifications for six.
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The Challenge Eric Hansen, Safety Manager at Alberta Processing Company, needed to streamline the Tool Box meetings supervisors gave to their employees. “It took a lot of time to put together these meetings,” says Eric..
The Challenge Employee interest about safety protocols is a constant challenge across safety programs, and Phyllis Gray, Health & Safety Coordinator for McKesson Canada faced the same problem. “Our safety talks were a bit dry.