Compliance Training Doesn’t HAVE to Be Boring

Who says compliance training can’t be fun—or funny? In this fun episode of Talking with the Toothcop, we take a short break from our scheduled programming to hopefully share some laughs. Plus, we drop some important news about upcoming events. Don’t miss it!

Outline of This Episode

  • [2:08] Why OSHA training is dangerous
  • [6:44] An intentional demonstration
  • [12:19] Bootcamp is coming BACK!

Why OSHA training is dangerous

Those who know me know I LOVE public speaking. Recently, I was doing an in-person OSHA/compliance training (which was awesome). I was speaking in a movie theatre and this particular movie theatre had a short stage about one foot off the ground. Toward the end of the presentation, I was talking about medical emergency preparedness. 

I like to lean on things and decided to lean on a bar. Turns out, the bar was pretty low—a lot lower than I had anticipated. I ended up awkwardly squatting into a semi-sitting position to learn on the bar. But as I did, I slid back onto the platform and fell on my back. As I’m falling, I’m saying “It’s important to be prepared for unexpected emergencies.” Splat. The audience was confused and perplexed. 

I couldn’t figure out how to get back up without looking ridiculous. I managed to sit up and continue my lecture while sitting. I finally figured out a plan to get up and quickly hit the next slide, which said, “We don’t rise to the level of our expectations, we fall—HA—to the level of our training.”  

I walked off the stage and made a beeline for the door. People asked the hostess if I did it on purpose and she was like, “Yeah, he does that stuff all the time.” 

The takeaway? Come see me speak live! Need a speaker for an upcoming event? Throw my name in the hat!


Bootcamp is coming BACK!

Bootcamp is coming back in 2021! The planning is in motion. It will be a two-day event on the 19th and 20th of November. More details to come. 

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