How to Sustain a Safety Culture with Multi-Channel Training


Did you know that 80% of training is forgotten within 30 days without proper reinforcement?

Think of the safety and quality risks this knowledge loss creates. Marketing agencies have long known it takes seven touches to make an impact. The same is true for building a safety culture

Hear from Alchemy and Bumblebee Foods as they share best practices on using multi-channel training methods to combat the process of forgetting and keep safety top of mind

Key takeaways:

  • Training should not be confined to a single room. Think in terms of learning moments rather than “one and done” sessions. Remember: repetition + reinforcement = retention
  • Engage employees in training sessions by including fun competition and offering incentives
  • Visibility of your safety program on the floor is key to retention. Incorporate digital signage, up-to-date posters, and huddle guides to keep safety top of mind
  • Don’t assume safety and productivity work against one another. Create a safe production environment by utilizing multi-channel training methods

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Featured Panelists


Xavier Aguilera - Bumblebee Foods, LLC

Xavier Aguilera, Director of Corporate Environmental Health and Safety – Bumblebee Foods, LLC

Xavier has over 13 years of experience in manufacturing with an emphasis on environmental health and safety (EHS). He joined the Bumblebee family a little over two years ago. Xavier’s area of focus includes management of Bumblebee’s corporate-wide safety culture. Prior to working at Bumblebee, he worked at Parker Aerospace, managing all aspects of the company’s EHS program. Xavier is six-sigma certified and holds a Master’s of Business Administration from Webster University.


Raj Shah, Chief Strategy Officer – Alchemy Systems

Raj Shah, Chief Strategy Officer – Alchemy Systems

Raj brings 25 years of business strategy and execution expertise to Alchemy. Prior to Alchemy, Raj ran a strategy firm helping technology clients design and implement B2B sales and marketing initiatives. Raj is an entrepreneur at heart and was the founding executive at three successful technology firms in Austin and Silicon Valley. He was also senior manager at McKinsey working with executives in retail, energy, manufacturing, and technology companies devise growth strategies.

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