Increase Milling Safety and Quality
Safe grain milling and seed oil processing is no easy feat. Your full-time and seasonal employees operate heavy machines, climb tall silos, experience extreme temperatures, and are exposed to combustible dust. At the same time, your products are subject to food safety risks, like Salmonella contamination and adulteration. Given these risks, it’s crucial that your workforce has both the knowledge and confidence to work safely – protecting themselves, your customers, and your company.
Give Workers the Means to Take Smart Action
Build a workforce that takes smart action and helps improve your bottom line by providing consistent training, coaching, and reinforcement.
Access hundreds of critical workplace safety courses on topics such as electrical safety, working at height, combustible dust, and heat exhaustion. Available in multiple languages, you’ll minimize incidents while cutting workers’ compensation and insurance costs.
Provide your workers with the ability to harvest and process the safest, highest-quality products, while avoiding costly food safety incidents and recalls. Our food safety courseware and reinforcement tools engage your employees and create a continuous learning environment.
Stay prepared for your next GFSI, FSMA, USDA, or OSHA audit. Save your staff hours of administrative time with automatic documentation of training records and coaching observations, all accessible with real-time reporting ideal for unannounced audits.
Industry-specific Training Content
The more relevant training content is, the more engaged employees are in their training. Alchemy’s courseware is designed specifically for the food industry, with imagery and context your employees understand and recognize. See the Alchemy course library, and search for courses relevant to the milling industry.
See How Alchemy Helps Ensure a Safe Workplace
Alchemy solutions facilitate continuous engagement and consistent communication throughout your operation. See how we help leaders, supervisors and managers, and training facilitators connect with employees.