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16.06.2021 17:31
by José-Maria Lopez-Werner

Successful safety training in times of Corona

Many plant- and EHS managers made the decision during the epidemic to suspend trainings and education of their staff for a longer period of time.

The goal: to keep the employees healthy.

This creates the problem that - due to prolonged exposure to occupational safety training and the burden of the pandemic - occupational safety is out of focus. The risk of accidents increases!

Since 2019, I have been in charge of the Constantia Tobepal plants in Burgos and Logroño. It was important to the plant management to continue the occupational safety concept even during the pandemic and to avoid the trainings to prevent accidents caused by unconscious wrong behaviour patterns.

Considering the Corona rules, the trainings were conducted:

  • Maximum of six people in the room, with distance and protective mask.
  • Regular ventilation
  • Two groups of six people were divided into two rooms. The trainings, exercises and discussions were alternately transmitted to the other room via video conference.
  • The trainings in the production were conducted in small groups, with distance and masks.

The feedback from the employees was very positive! With the engagement of the site, an emergency solution became a best practice solution, which is now being maintained as a model for the continuation of employee training in accident prevention.



José-María López-Werner
IBS Spain & Portugal


José-María López-Werner

IBS Spain &  Portugal


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