We bet you’ve slept like a baby in one of those serious company seminars & conferences about safety measures, if you’re still yawning while reading this then let us tell you-you’re not alone because the majority of the managers, officials and executives do that, why? Because of the dull and dry powerpoint presentations. 2 hours wasted & no one grasped the moral of the event, what you and everyone else need is a safety explainer video. Times have changed now and safety is important and needs to be made aware off, instead of wasting time and effort making old-school powerpoint presentations and then present them, let a simple video do that talking for you. Allow us to explain this further.
When we talk about safety, which sector pops up with most hazards? Yes, construction is what comes to everyone’s mind, According to a recent survey done by us, approximately 200 deaths are reported every day at construction sites, precious hard-working lives wasted. We want to spread awareness to the construction industry to safeguard the lives of their workers and for that, Safety explainer videos are the perfect tool to educate them. This poor standing presents obvious challenges for construction firms. It’s difficult to attract the best workers with such a bad reputation. Moreover, the negative attention also brings unwanted scrutiny from government agencies.
One way to address the challenge is by finding a better way to educate every industry participant about the importance of safety regulations. Safety Explainer videos can help to improve the way information is conveyed to the workforce.
Let’s say you own a construction company, you need to tell your workers about the dangers of it, instead of wasting millions on workshops and seminars, 1 simple video can deliver a critical message smoothly. As many as 4,585 workers were killed on the job in 2018 alone. If your explainer video reduced that number by even 0.1% you then your video will have saved 4 lives.
The topic that you bring (construction accidents) is not safe or practical to demonstrate in live action videos or classroom demonstrations. For instance, it’s hard and impractical to produce a video where someone falls from a crane or slip from the 9th floor of the unfinished building. In a safety explainer video, these accidents can be depicted easier. You can even make them happen in an amusing manner. Funny sketches have been proven to get more attention than serious videos. This makes their recall rate by your staff greater–the more they remember the fewer accidents will occur.
Likewise, because you don’t have the complications of developing ways to safely demonstrate the hazards that might occur at your construction sites – hiring expensive professional actors, renting shooting gear, and so on, creating a safety explainer video for safety training is far more cost-effective.
They are necessary and should always be of a high quality, but the goal should always be to produce them and have a good balance between cost and quality.
Using digital media like an explainer video doesn’t require another member of your team to be present. You can simply press play on the machine (or ask the staff member you wish to educate to view the video himself). You can then leave to do other tasks, your time is spent more productively. Your safety message will be delivered in a fraction of the time than it would be if you’ve presented your health and safety lessons through documentation.
So, we’re sure you have understood the idea we tried to portray, if you’re still not convinced, check out these videos regarding safety precautions made by us and relate it to what we’ve mentioned above.