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Analyzing your training program is important both at the development stage and at the follow-up stage. For training to be effective in helping employees work more safely to avoid incidents and injuries, you need to analyze your training from the start to ensure that it is appropriate—to the hazards and to the workforce. To test whether your training has been effective, you need to have informative posttraining analysis.

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