Training Content is not “One Size Fits All”

December 5th, 2019, 10:30 AM CST

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About This Webinar

Training is an essential part of every employer’s safety and health program for protecting workers from injuries and illnesses. Many OSHA standards include explicit safety and health training requirements to ensure that workers have the required skills and knowledge to safely do their work. However, there are additional items that should be covered within a training program, which could stem from unique operating procedures, job specific task, or tools being used. In this webinar we’ll review the ability to edit basic training content, and even the ability to create custom training lessons with the 2020 Training tools. This webinar will last 30 minutes.

Who Should Attend?

  • Safety Supervisor
  • Safety Officer
  • VPs, Directors of HSE
  • Operations Manager
  • Safety Representative
  • EHS Manager
  • EHS Director
  • HR Manager

Presented By

Dagen Boyd

Speaker: Dagen Boyd, Co-Founder of iScout, Masters of Adult and Higher Education

Dagen Boyd co-founded iScout, a safety and quality software designed to help manage people, processes, and equipment, and has served on the iScout leadership team since 2012. Prior to iScout, Dagen was National Sales Manager for the oil & gas division of Davis Supply Company in Edmond, OK from 2013-2018. He also served as Director of Corporate Development for Crescent Services, LLC, an oilfield services company based in Oklahoma City, OK. Dagen graduated from the University of Oklahoma with a Bachelors of Journalism in 2000 and a Masters of Adult and Higher Education in 2003.
Deren Boyd

Speaker: Deren Boyd, Co-Founder of iScout, Masters of Adult and Higher Education

Deren Boyd co-founded iScout, a safety and quality software designed to help manage people, processes, and equipment, and has served on the iScout leadership team since 2012. Prior to iScout, Deren was Vice President for Safety and Compliance for the Oklahoma City-based Crescent Companies until 2016. Before he began his career in health and safety, Deren served as an Assistant Athletics Director of Development at the University of Oklahoma from 2003-2008, and Director of Basketball Operations in 2010. Deren graduated from the University of Oklahoma with a Bachelors of Health & Sports Science in 1998 and a Masters of Adult and Higher Education in 2006.

iScout in 60 Seconds

Watch this quick overview of the iScout system.

10 Minute Walk-through

Watch this walk-through of the iScout system.