Forklift Safety Training has simulation-based approach.
December 17, 2009 -
Suitable for drivers at all levels as well as for cross-training other workers on warehouse floor, Forklift Safety Sim allows participants to learn and practice principles of OSHA-based forklift safety. Solution integration with Safety Training Center (STC) lets administrators manage access to training through individual accounts. Centralization also provides group management and customizable permissions as well as individual/team progress tracking.
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Etcetera Edutainment, Inc
411 Seventh Avenue, 14th Floor
Pittsburgh, PA, 15219
Etcetera Edutainment Announces New Release of Forklift Simulation Safety Training
PITTSBURGH, PENNSYLVANIA - Etcetera Edutainment, the leader in simulation and game-based safety training, announced December 1, a new release of Forklift Safety Sim - simulation-based training that allows forklift operators and other workers to learn and practice the principles of OSHA-based forklift safety. The product is designed for a broad audience and is suitable for drivers at all levels as well as for cross-training other workers on the warehouse floor.
The major enhancement to Forklift Safety Sim is integration with Etcetera Edutainment's Safety Training Center (STC). New features and capabilities include:
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Simple setup and deployment - load training software on any compatible PC and manage access to training through individual accounts.
Easy administration with centralized group management and customizable permissions.
Centralized tracking allows personalized reporting of achievement, enabling supervisors to track individual and team progress.
Centralized reporting provides on-going documentation of completed training to support.
Import and export user and performance information for updates between the STC and learning management systems.
"The addition of Forklift Safety Sim to our Safety Training Center saves trainers time and makes training more efficient for both trainers and trainees. STC also offers a bridge to our customers' existing learning and training management systems" said Jessica Trybus, Etcetera Edutainment Founder and CEO.
A demo of Forklift Safety Sim is available for download via EcteteraEdutainment.com.
About Etcetera Edutainment
Etcetera Edutainment (www.EtceteraEdutainment.com) is a leader in developing games and simulation products for immersive training and marketing experiences. Etcetera Edutainment's proprietary technologies combined with expertise in game development and design are the foundation of powerful and immersive simulation and game-based products that contribute to retention of content and brand experience.
Etcetera is closely allied with Carnegie Mellon University's Entertainment Technology Center (ETC), a world renowned program for the development of interactive entertainment and education technologies that combine computer sciences, graphics, and research and development.