Take your safety trainings to the next level

Here's What You'll Learn:

How to Translate Safety Knowledge into Training that Resonates

  • Why making the switch to video is essential for your career

  • Teaching in the way employees learn

  • The stages of video production

  • How to be efficient in video creation

  • Minimal equipment to get you started (budget-friendly)

  • Scripting learning objectives

  • Bring your lesson to life

  • Look good and sound good on camera

  • How to behave in front of the camera when you're not an actor/actress

  • Editing and post production

It's Time for Safety Training to Join the 21st Century!

Video is the new training medium.

Safety training has to engage learners to be effective. Over the past few years of transforming career from a safety professional to a video producer, I’ve learned how to entertain and educate simultaneously. However, it’s not just professional video creators that need this skill anymore, it’s every safety leader. In this course, I’ll share my tips, tricks, and lessons learned to help you make your own awesome safety videos.

Course curriculum

    1. How to Make Awesome Safety Videos Course Workbook

    2. How I Got Started: 5 Tips to Jumpstart Your Video Creation

    3. Why Safety Pros NEED to Make the Move to Video Training

    4. 10 Ways Safety Pros Can Use Videos to Increase Engagement

    1. The Basics of Video Production

    2. Top Tips on Instructional Design

    3. Defining Your Audience

    4. Developing Learning Objectives

    5. Scripting Training Videos

    6. Creating a Shot List

    7. Crash Course on Copyright

    8. The Minimalist's Guide to Equipment

    9. Choosing Your Editing Software

    1. A-Roll and How to Be on Camera

    2. Getting the Best B-Roll

    3. Composition and Camera Angles

    4. Lighting Made Simple

    5. Recording Audio

    6. Using a Teleprompter

    7. Behind the Scenes: Film with Me

    1. Data Management

    2. iMovie in 7 Minutes

    3. Intro to Editing & Assembling

    4. Adding Music & Sound Effects

    5. Titles, Animations & MOGRTS

    6. Rendering and Exporting

    7. *Sneak Peek*: How to Use an Emergency Eyewash Station

    1. *Bonus* Creating Your Own 'Why I Work Safe Video'

    2. *Bonus* Safety Video Script Template

    3. *Bonus* Join Our Facebook Community

About this course

  • $199.95
  • 30 lessons
  • 2.5 hours of video content

Bonus material

What you'll get:

  • Tools & Equipment

    Don't know where to start when it comes to tools and equipment? I've got you covered. I've bought the wrong equipment, had it ruin videos, and tried again. I'll suggest what you need and help you prevent overspending and overcomplicating the process.

  • Adult Learning Theory

    I love learning how we learn. To make your videos effective, we'll have a quick refresher on adult learning theory. We'll touch on what lessons should include video and how to make those lessons effective so you get the most out of your time.

  • Create While You Learn

    Great training isn't a lecture, it takes you on a journey. I'm not just telling you how to make a safety training video, I'm showing you as I make one too. We'll be going through the video creation process together.

What Our Customers Have To Say

"Without question, you are the "tip of the spear" on transitioning OSH training to the modern day. I applaud you for your continued efforts, and thank you for sharing your lessons learned to those of us just starting to explore this training format."

"A great and timely approach to safety training. It was engaging and entertaining. Really got my wheels turning. Thank you!"

" Our company is starting to do our own safety videos and taking back several great ideas!"

"Fantastic course for all safety professionals. These tools can really boost training and knowledge."


Rachel Walla-Housman, CSP, CIH

Rachel Walla-Housman, CSP, CIH is a Certified Safety Professional and Certified Industrial Hygienist with 12 years of experience working with organizations throughout the United States and abroad to improve workplace safety. Throughout her experience, she noticed that most training methods failed to engage employees, resulting in dozens of hours spent in training that didn't resonate - and worse, employees often did not retain the information. Ineffective training led to poor safety performance. Ally Safety was created to make training using modern adult learning theory that would both entertain and engage employees by explaining the why behind the how, showing rather than telling, and replacing zoning out for tuning in.