“Similar to all of our newly released CiNet libraries, this series includes content developed by experienced professionals, an engaging video-rich format, and interactive learning activities,” stated President and CEO Steve Albright.
Carrollton, Texas (PRWEB) February 2, 2011
Critical Information Network (CiNet), LLC announces the release of its newly updated OSHA-compliant Web-based Workplace Safety Training series, designed to help companies improve the safety practices of workers and meet the demands of today’s busy training managers.
This series addresses the most common hazardous situations faced in the industrial environment today. It is designed to improve the safety practices of workers by giving them an understanding of plant safety considerations and working conditions, while demonstrating the procedures for safe use of both personal and plant equipment.
“Similar to all of our newly released CiNet libraries, this series includes content developed by experienced professionals, an engaging video-rich format, and interactive learning activities,” stated President and CEO Steve Albright. “CiNet offers flexible delivery options, featuring our custom learning management system or direct delivery to our customer’s network. Our trusted SCORM platform ensures compatibility and accompanying learning workbooks effectively support a stand-alone or blended-learning experience.”
Critical Information Network (CiNet) connects industrial operations, public safety, and healthcare professionals with the training information they need to work safely, maintain certifications, and achieve optimum performance. Through CiNet’s Web-based learning management system, customers have access to one of the world’s largest libraries of video-based eLearning courses and the freedom to create customized curricula for specific roles within their organizations. CiNet training videos feature industry experts who guide learners through real-world scenarios and equip them to meet challenges within their fields, increasing engagement, improving retention, and optimizing performance.
For more information, contact us at 800-845-2443 or visit http://www.workplacetraining.com to receive a free 14-day trial.
Eliana White – Critical Information Network
4101 International Parkway
Carrollton, TX 75007
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