Safety Leadership Development
I was contracted by an independent company working for Rio Tinto to: redesign, refresh and move the content of the SLDP (Safety Leadership Development Program) 20 E-Learning modules into a database solution that can handle ongoing content management. The Skills for Zero harm set of E-Learning modules were “Flash” based and used XML for the text content, image references and screen layouts. The solution I delivered with my team system also handled the requirement for the modules to be translated into several different languages.
We delivered a CMS (Content Management System) to handle the content of the modules. The CMS was also a translation management system, which allowed for (human) translators to login and be allocated screens that need translation. Once complete the screens are then reviewed by an administrator prior to being able to export final XML files.
ZONE4 worked with the Rio content experts to develop the content for the simulation of a real mining workplace. A photographer captured the images and we created the simulation. The simulation was included in a series of three E-Learning modules, Each module contained a set of interactive elements and detailed information. ZONE4 also handled the translation of the modules into French.
ZONE4 was contracted to create the user interface and graphical treatment for the revised Safety Leadership Development Program (SLDP). The launch of the new SLDP materials coincided with the launch of the new Rio Tinto logo. The task was to create a new look and feel that implemented the new brand correctly and stayed true to all the learning objectives for the program.
The Skills for Zero Harm (Health, Safety and Environment) project is a set of 20 E-Learning modules created for Rio Tinto. The modules are part of Rio’s Global Learning Academy delivered by Deloitte.
This project required the redesign and refresh of the SLDP (Safety Leadership Development Program) E-Learning content.
The Skills for Zero harm set of E-Learning modules are Flash based modules that use XML for handling the text content, image references and screen layouts. ZONE4’s system handles the requirement for the modules to be languages.
ZONE4 delivered a CMS (Content Management System) to handle the content of the modules. The CMS is also able to handle the translation requirement. The translation management system allows for human translators to log in and be allocated screens that need translation. Once complete the screens are then reviewed by an administrator prior to being able to export final XML.
The management of the English and other language versions of each module is handled by the CMS. English is the base language and any changes to the English versions trigger the requirement for the other language versions to also be updated.