Tag: Safety

Regulatory Compliance Training for Amazon Prime Air

Amazon Air, the air cargo division of Amazon, operates a fleet of airplanes within a highly regulated aerospace environment. To ensure compliance with Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) regulations and maintain safety standards, Amazon Air partnered with eLearningLair to develop comprehensive online training materials. This program aimed to educate their personnel on the regulations governing airplane operations, specifically focusing on FAA guidelines.

Workplace Harassment and Violence

CBC Radio Canada, a prominent national broadcaster, recognized the critical need to foster a safe and respectful workplace environment. To address issues of workplace harassment and violence, they sought a comprehensive and effective training solution for their diverse workforce. CBC Radio Canada partnered with eLearningLair to develop an online training course specifically designed to educate employees on recognizing, preventing, and addressing harassment and violence in the workplace.

Health and Safety

Restaurant Brands International (RBI), a leading multinational fast food holding company, sought to enhance their health and safety training for employees across their global brands, including Burger King, Tim Hortons, and Popeyes. They needed a scalable, interactive, and engaging training solution to ensure consistent and comprehensive education on health and safety practices for their workforce. eLearningLair was engaged to develop an innovative online training course tailored to RBI’s specific needs.

Non-Pharmaceutical Interventions (NPI)

In 2021, Western Region Homeland Security selected eLearningLair to develop a comprehensive e-learning course on Non-Pharmaceutical Interventions (NPIs). The goal was to create a training program that would provide thorough education on hazard identification, activation options, and the utilization of the NPI Implementation Quick Guide. This initiative was essential for enhancing the preparedness and response capabilities of personnel in managing public health emergencies without relying solely on pharmaceutical solutions.