The manufacturing industry is vital to the US economy. Every dollar spent in manufacturing adds $1.37 to the US economy. Every 100 manufacturing jobs add over 250 jobs in other sectors. The good news is, after a bleak few decades, manufacturing jobs themselves are on the rise. In 2013, the International Monetary Fund predicted a 3-4% growth in US manufacturing over the following two years.
Data from OSHA’s 2015 Top 10 Safety Violations indicated that the number of incidents are down 4.5% from 2014 but that preventable deaths and workplace accidents continue to occur for the same reasons! We can tell you that electrical skills/safety training can reduce safety violations.
There is increasing evidence that ‘deep practice’ is allowing people to learn and practice more effectively. In simplest of terms, deep practice is a way of attentive practicing (very much like deliberate practice).