Making It Work: How to Build a Robust Safety Training Program, Globally

It takes work to build a global training organization with workplace safety at its core. But the benefits of a well-designed and executed health and safety program are significant. 

Join us as Lynn Ross, Senior Director, Global Operations Training and Development at Equinix, shares her expertise in operationalizing learning across a decentralized organization. You’ll learn how to:

  • Approach your training roadmap with a solutions-oriented mindset
  • Build a program that enables employees to learn what they need to know when they need to know it (learning in the flow of work)
  • Use blended learning approaches to engage learners so they actually learn!

Reduce risk by building a more competent and empowered workforce — today.

Register for this free webinar below!
: April 21, 2022
: 2:00PM ET - 1:00PM CT - 11:00AM PT


Lynn RossLynn M. Ross, MBA, Senior Director, Global Operations Training and Development at Equinix
Lynn came to the Equinix team as the Senior Director of Training and Development after spending five years establishing the Operations Academy at Johnson Controls across 200+ manufacturing sites. Prior to Johnson Controls, she spent more than 33 years at General Electric and GE Healthcare in increasing levels of responsibility in training organizations.

Norman FordNorman Ford, VP, Skillsoft Global Compliance Solutions
Norman is Vice President, Global Compliance Solutions for Skillsoft. He previously served as Vice President of eLearning Products and Services for GoTrain Corp, where he was also a co-founder. Before joining GoTrain, Norman was responsible for developing training requirements and procedures for Lockheed Martin Energy Systems and provided corporate subject matter expertise in Nuclear and HSE regulations. 

Duration: 1 Hour

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