Brew a Safe and Productive Workforce
Bottlers, brewers, and beverage manufacturers have significant challenges around the safety and quality of their frontline workforce. Hazard prevention is critical to everyday operations, while increasingly complex machinery requires a more technically skilled workforce. How can you ensure your employees are equipped to take smart actions that drive safety and quality within your organization?
Build a workforce that makes the correct choices and helps improve your bottom line by providing consistent training, coaching, and reinforcement.
Safety incidents are disruptive and expensive. A well-educated workforce helps prevent accidents from taking place. Alchemy provides multi-lingual training on critical workplace safety topics such as ergonomics; slips, trips, and falls; confined spaces; LOTO; fork-lift safety; and PPE that can all be customized to meet your plant’s specific needs.
Keep your operations running smoothly with an engaged workforce. Promote supervisor-employee interaction with our award-winning coaching app that verifies training effectiveness and provides root-cause analysis. And keep your message top of mind with coordinated huddle guides, digital signage, and posters.
Beverage manufacturing is a highly regulated industry. Save your staff hours of administrative time with automatic documentation of training records and coaching observations. Most importantly, stay prepared for unannounced audits with real-time reporting.
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 beverage industry.
See how Cott Beverages achieved sparkling results with Alchemy
Alchemy solutions facilitate continuous engagement and consistent communication throughout your organization. See how we help leaders, supervisors and managers, and training facilitators connect with employees.