YellowJacket is a low-cost cloud-based tool that makes it easy to manage all aspects of health, safety quality and environmental performance on your sites through site inspections, audits, action management and reporting.
This 3-hour online course is targeted at YellowJacket general users and will provide delegates with a live practical demonstration covering all the core features of the YellowJacket safety reporting software. This includes:
- Accessing your projects
- Completing site safety inspections and audits
- Raising site observations
- Resolving and closing out actions
- Incident reporting
- Project reporting
This course will also provide delegates with the opportunity to get hands-on experience with the YellowJacket mobile app. With detailed instructions and guidance from the trainer on using all aspects of the app for conducting your site safety inspection, recording observations and action resolution. Details for downloading the app and logging in will be provided by the trainer during the course.
If you are the administrator for your company YellowJacket account then we highly recommend that you attend our YellowJacket Super User course.
Use of YellowJacket is only available via our YellowJacket membership scheme. However, membership is not required to complete this course. For more information about the YellowJacket tool and how to become a member please call the team on 03330 147878 or email email@example.com
By purchasing this training course your company (if an active YellowJacket licence holder) will also get free access to a suite of online training videos available directly on the YellowJacket Tool.
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