From the Expo Floor: DuPont Says 'STOP' by for Safety Demo

DuPont (Booth #764), a company that has a workplace safety record 11 times better than the nation's industrial average (according to U.S. Bureau of Labor statistics), is unveiling the latest developments of its safety portfolio in a live product demo at the NSC Congress & Expo today at 1 p.m. at Booth 1886. The interactive demo will focus on two of the company's safety offerings: STOPTM For Each Other and STOP DataProTM, both of which have recently been updated with new features.

The new version of STOPTM For Each Other has been enhanced to reflect more of the safety challenges of today's workplace, the company says. Through individual self-study, group meetings, and field application, the safety training program fosters increased peer-to-peer communications to help safety become second nature to the individual and, over time, a greater part of the company culture. New features include streamlined and interactive e-learning workbooks that provide both audio and visual learning experiences, as well as 24/7 access to training.

STOP DataProTM is the first in a series of DuPont Data Management Systems engineered to help optimize the value of all of DuPont's STOPTM programs. The secure, Web-based application is designed to make it easy to record, maintain, and analyze safety performance data. Features include: Standard and custom reports, corrective action tracking and reports, 24/7 availability worldwide via the Internet, worldwide, site-specific data accumulation for multiple facilities, an online user manual and help menu, and live technical support via telephone and email.

Today's demo also will include an overview of the STOPTM Implementation Assistance Workshop, an integral component of DuPont's portfolio of safety offerings tailored to ensure that organizations get the best return from their STOPTM investment.

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