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New training program initiated in dangerous goods area

  14.01.2014    

Hamburg logistics provider HOYER has revised its ADR trainings. Now, company employees can brush up on their knowledge about dangerous goods through several online training units. There is even a green side effect: by using the program HOYER saves CO2 because trips to external training locations are rendered unnecessary. 
Learning just what is important, just when it is needed. That is the basic idea behind the e-learning platform, which Hamburg logistics company HOYER introduced this year. Thanks to an IT solution and to the Internet, courses take place at employees’ workspaces where staff are free to pick the best suitable times for the trainings. The e-learning program for chemical logistics consists of six learning units and conveys the most important regulations of dangerous goods law.  
No matter whether they work in the commercial or industrial areas: all of HOYER’s employees profit from the Web trainings and by constantly keeping their expertise up to date. For the company’s drivers, especially, continuously updating their knowledge is of the highest priority and has always been achieved through attending in-class courses. Shortly, however, drivers too will be able to use the online courses. HOYER is currently also implementing the program in English so that in a few weeks’ time all HOYER employees worldwide have access to it which will allow the trainings to reinforce the uniform quality standards of the company. Additional e-learning courses about topics like equipment, handling of special products and quality standards are in the works.                                                                                                      
Trainings at the workplace are increasingly replacing face-to-face-instructions. This way, HOYER is saving time and CO2, which is in line with the company’s sustainability strategy. “We always make sure that our employees are brought up to date”, says Günter-Friedrich Maas, director Chemilog business unit. “It is a welcome bonus that the new e-learning program also allows us to save CO2 by making trips to external trainings unnecessary.”


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