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Vivid Learning Systems Announces Newly Designed Industry Websites for MSHA, Electrical Utility Safety, Healthcare and OSHA Compliance
Date:8/9/2013

Pasco, WA (PRWEB) August 09, 2013

Vivid Learning Systems, a leading eLearning safety solutions provider, today announced a new redesign of its top four industry websites on the World Wide Web. The new design aims to benefit safety professionals, from safety directors to field workers. The new websites feature expanded content on the benefits of learning technology for safety programs, and real-time news from various authoritative health and safety sources across the web. The redesign incorporates bold colors and graphics and a completely new navigation.

“Our goal was to build a scalable and responsive multi-site content platform, that will allow us to easily implement new assets from game-based learning to videos and infographics" said Liz Bormida, Marketing Manager at Vivid Learning Systems. “The result is a new, mobile friendly website for each industry to help students and visitors have access to educational information and resources in an effort to help increase safety awareness in the workplace. Our vision is to bring mobility and convenience to occupational health and safety.”

Since 1995, Vivid Learning Systems has been helping organizations in high-risk industries keep their workforce safe. As a result, each website is designed to provide a source for industry-specific health and safety topics, as well as regulatory updates via the “News” page, created to track and populate updates from around the web. In addition, the new design provides access to Vivid Learning Systems blog articles featuring safety training best practices.

To see the sites in action, please visit:

http://www.UtilitySafetyOnline.com
http://www.MSHATrainingOnline.com

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