Black woman with notebook and computer_e-learning E-learning can be a good alternative to traditional safety training. (Photo: Shutterstock)

The traditional methods of in-person or classroom training will always have their place, but obstacles related to geographic disparity, the emergence of telecommuting, and other factors have added to the challenges faced by employers attempting to implement safety training across their organizations. Technology has answered the need with one concept in particular: the learning management system (LMS). At its core, an LMS is software used to deliver and track online training. The following are five key factors to keep in mind when diving into the world of online safety training.

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