Digicast launches review service for safety professionals
05/07/2012 - A new and free workplace communication review service has been launched by Digicast Productions which provides expert advice to companies on how to tweak their workplace communication materials for better acceptance of messages from staff and contractors. Marie-Claire Ross
Digicast Productions recently launched a free 20-minute workplace safety communication assessment — designed specifically for safety, training, human resources and communication professionals, who want to receive expert recommendations on how they can improve their internal communication.
"The evaluation covers all major workplace safety communication such as safety speeches, induction training materials, posters, safety messages, training videos, newsletters and safety campaigns," Marie-Claire Ross, Digicast's principal consultant, said.
"We wanted to help those keen on improving safety communication by giving advice that would be thought provoking, but also to shed some light on easy techniques that can be used immediately to improve workplace safety communication."
The free telephone assessment reviews up to two safety communication materials to help companies tweak their communication for better acceptance of messages from staff and contractors.
The suggestions are also summarised and returned in an email. The review is free and due to the quality of information given, it is recommended that at least two company members attend the phone assessment.
The launch of the new assessment comes on the heels of the recent announcement of the helpful online Digicast Resource Centre that offers blog articles, case studies, video interviews and white papers to provide savvy business professionals real insight and education on workplace safety communication, workplace training and video production for company communication.
The Resource Centre serves as a hub for information related to internal and external company communication, providing companies with new information and ideas on how to influence staff or customer behavior.
Visit http://www.digicast.com.au/resources/ to find a wealth of information.
"Each week our Workplace Communicator blog provides the latest information on workplace safety communication," Ross said.
"Readers love all of the tips and tricks. The free assessment process allows them to now get access to all of that knowledge and have it personalised to their own situation."
For those interested in booking their own free workplace communication assessment visit http://www.digicast.com.au/request-a-free-20-minute-safety-communication-assessment-today.
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