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Toolbox talks: what’s the fuss?

What is a toolbox talk? When is the right time to hold a toolbox talk and who should be involved? What are the benefits of the toolbox talk? We’re discussing all this here.

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Here you’ll find articles, advice and whitepapers to help you with you Control of Work projects, training or health and safety consultancy. 

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Low Bandwidth? No Problem!

Cresent understands that delivering e-learning to remote learners with low bandwidth can be a challenge. Our solution provides a reliable approach for learners wherever they are.

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The Hidden Costs of Control of Work

In our experience as Control of Work specialists for the oil and gas industry, we can appreciate the considerable time taken to research, evaluate and select the right Control of Work system. The cost of a Control of Work system is significant; therefore it demands careful planning, time and assertiveness from various key stakeholders within a company.

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Augmented Reality for Control of Work Training

Cresent’s innovative approach to learning is integrated into the core of the business and so we welcomed the presentations from last year’s Learning Technologies show. We were especially interested in Sea’s presentation about the use of Augmented Reality technologies in training, Augmented Reality: Making it Work for Learning.

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Control of Work: why software is only 20% of success

This article is a must-read for anyone involved in a Control of Work (CoW) project. It illustrates why focusing on the software alone can be detrimental for Control of Work system implementation, and how success can be achieved by looking at the bigger picture.

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