GEI understands that many training programs conducted for our clients are required by federal regulation. We strive to ensure that GEI-led training programs provide to clients more than simply a regulatory obligation. As training programs can be costly relative to lost productivity training expense, we develop training programs that not only meet regulatory obligation, but offer significant additional value (e.g., related technical insights; best practices; alternative approaches; related technology innovations, etc.), enabling staff to maximize the value of such required investments.
GEI often conducts training programs based on an initial training needs assessment. A comprehensive training matrix can be developed that outlines who (based on job classifications) requires what (regulatory-required or hazard-based) training. We use various medias to deliver training depending on the desired training objective, such as Web-based training, Daily reminders and/or EH&S updates emailed to target employees to further reinforce training activities, etc. GEI assesses the effectiveness of training through post-training surveys, on-site inspections, and/or audits.