- Training Industry Recognizes UL’s Comprehensive Online Training Content That Helps Empower Employees With the Skills and Knowledge They Need to Succeed and Stay Safe on the Job.
UL, the global safety science leader, announced that it was recognized as a Top 20 Training Company by Training Industry, a media platform focusing on corporate development and training. Training Industry recognized UL’s global online employee health and safety (EHS) training library in multiple categories, including EHS and wellness as well as health and safety training, for content that empowers employees with the information they need to be productive, safe and informed on the job.
Training Industry bases its list of the top EHS and wellness training companies on an analysis of the capabilities, experience and expertise of health, safety and wellness training providers. Specific selection criteria included:
- Breadth and quality of programs/services and audiences served
- Ability to deliver training in various modalities
- Industry visibility, innovation and impact
- Strength of clients and geographic reach
- Company size and growth potential
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“Our health, safety and learning offerings empower organizations to protect the well-being of their employees, reduce risk, improve productivity and enhance compliance,” said Tony Worthan, director of EHS in UL’s Assets and Sustainability Performance group. “When many learners moved to remote work in the last year and a half, our online training programs supported organizational goals to keep employees’ skills up to date. As some organizations return to the workplace, we are also offering training programs to help prepare employees and facilities for a safe return after a prolonged absence.”
UL’s Global EHS Training library contains 1,500 employee health and safety training topics in over 18 languages to help improve employee performance and provide self-paced training that is engaging, consistent and measurable. As an authorized Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) provider, UL offers OSHA 10-and 30-hour training for the general, construction and semiconductor industries.
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