SafetySkills Ending Support for TLS 1.0

In Spring 2018, SafetySkills will be ending support for TLS 1.0. Depending on your individual computer browser’s settings, this may require you to make some minor changes to continue displaying your training properly. You may need to contact your IT Department to have these changes made for you. What is it? TLS, which stands for “Transport […]

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Version 11.3 of the SafetySkills LMS is here!

Version 11.3 of the SafetySkills LMS is here! In it, you can upload your entire training matrix at once! Included in this update: Ability to import training matrix Ability to send reports automatically on quarterly basis Minor updates to increase functionality of system Course time-out feature To learn more about this update and how it […]

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How To Sign Up For and Take American Red Cross Courses

SafetySkills, in partnership with Single Source Health & Safety, now offers the following courses in English: American Red Cross Basic Life Support for Healthcare Providers (BLS) American Red Cross CPR/AED – Adult American Red Cross CPR/AED – Adult, Child, and Infant American Red Cross CPR/AED/First Aid – Adult American Red Cross CPR/AED/First Aid – Adult, […]

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How to Run a Report for All Incomplete Assignments

If you are an Owner, Super Administrator, Advanced Administrator, Administrator,  or Report Administrator in the SafetySkills LMS, you are able to create, run and view reports to see how your learners are doing with their training. Advanced Administrators, Administrators and Report Administrators can only run reports for the groups they have been given access to; […]

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How to Run a Report for Assignments Completed Quarterly

If you are an Owner, Super Administrator, Advanced Administrator, Administrator,  or Report Administrator in the SafetySkills LMS, you are able to create, run and view reports to see how your learners are doing with their training. Advanced Administrators, Administrators and Report Administrators can only run reports for the groups they have been given access to; […]

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How to Run a Report for Overdue Assignments

If you are an Owner, Super Administrator, Advanced Administrator, Administrator,  or Report Administrator in the SafetySkills LMS, you are able to create, run and view reports to see how your learners are doing with their training. Advanced Administrators, Administrators and Report Administrators can only run reports for the groups they have been given access to; […]

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How to Determine the Report You Need

If you are an Owner, Super Administrator, Advanced Administrator, Administrator,  or Report Administrator in the SafetySkills LMS, you are able to create, run and view reports to see how your learners are doing with their training. Advanced Administrators, Administrators and Report Administrators can only run reports for the groups they have been given access to; […]

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How to Print a Certificate for Completed Training

There are a few different ways to print certificates in the system, depending on if you are a learner trying to print a certificate for training you completed, or are an administrator attempting to print certificates for your learners. Certificates will include the date and time the training was completed, the name of the course, […]

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What’s Changed in Version 11.0 of the SafetySkills LMS?

Version 11.0 of the SafetySkills LMS is here! In it, the way groups are created and displayed has been changed, as well as allowing for fully customized Welcome emails.  Publish Date: September 30, 2017 Included in this update: Ability to fully customize the Welcome email text Ability to apply multiple filters to Groups To learn […]

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How to Create Groups

Groups utilize the information in the “Custom Fields” section of the Configure tab to make it easier to sort your users. This allows you to add key information about the user, such as their status, location, position, or any other relevant information, for up to 18 fields. For more information on how to create the […]

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