Worth the Investment:

The Key Benefits of Implementing eLearning

The world of learning is changing every day. Employers are using eLearning technologies to give their employees the workplace training they need to return home safely to their families. With a changing workforce and more complex world, employers need learning solutions that resonate and are easily accessible. How do you convince your team that eLearning is worth the investment?

This webinar will discuss the serious benefits of using online training in your workplace, including financial implications, and how you start implementing eLearning in your organization.

Join Teri Hale, Senior Learning Manager at UL EHS Sustainability, and BROWZ for a discussion on the benefits of eLearning and how you can start implementing eLearning in your organization.

Key Topics

  • Benefits to employers and learners of using online learning solutions
  • How companies are using mobile learning to keep their employees safe
  • Customizing eLearning to best fit your specific needs
  • How you can begin implementing eLearning in your organization

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Teri Hale

Teri Hale

Senior Learning Manager, UL EHS Sustainability

Teri Hale has extensive, specialized experience in Instructional Design, eLearning, Project Management and Leadership. As Senior Learning Manager for UL EHSS, she propels the implementation of modern eLearning technologies and solutions for UL and the global marketplace, while extending executive sponsorship to strategic accounts and consulting on direct client engagements. 


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Thursday January 17, 2019

2:00 PM ET / 12:00 PM MT


New Year’s Resolutions for Managing Risk & Safety

5 Best Practices for Creating a Contractor Safety Management Program

This webinar takes place on

Thursday January 17, 2019

2:00 PM ET / 12:00 PM MT

Most successful companies have a long-term vision and expectation of where they want to be and how to get there. Because of this, each new business year inevitably brings with it corporate resolutions and company goals that will pave the way for the months ahead.
Such goals often include increasing sales, opening new locations, and offering new and improved products and services. To manage costs and streamline operations, many organizations are turning to contractors to supply them with goods and services they previously kept in-house. Hiring contractors presents companies with both benefit and areas of potential risk that must be addressed throughout the process.
This presentation will examine best practice methods in contractor management, outlined by the Campbell Institute, a division of the National Safety Council, and review the steps that companies should be taking now and throughout the year to establish a safe and conscientious plan for managing the contractors they work with.

Topics Include:

  • Research findings on contractor management best practices
  • Incorporating leading and lagging risk indicators
  • Establishing more effective partnerships with contractors and suppliers
  • Working with internal teams to achieve a common goal


Brett Armstrong

Brett Armstrong

Vice President of Marketing, BROWZ

Brett Armstrong is Vice President at BROWZ. He's been with BROWZ for over ten years, and he's had experienced managing teams that have supported the world's leading organizations, during the implementation and ongoing management of supply chain qualification programs.

Earlier at BROWZ, Brett led the operations team for more than 7 years, this experience provides him today with the foundation and understanding necessary to support the communication needs of our clients and contractors.

Dennis  Robinson

Dennis Robinson

Business Development Specialist, BROWZ

Dennis Robinson has been with BROWZ for over 10 years and is currently working as Business Development Specialist. Prior to his current role, Dennis managed the Assessment Specialist team responsible for the validation of all contractor documentation. Mr. Robinson’s experience provides him with a first-hand knowledge of the details and documentation organization’s rely on to ensure they are working with safe, responsible contractors.