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Three health and safety elements to refresh your employees on

by , 06 January 2014
This is the time of year to plan your health and safety induction training for your new recruits. While you're planning your health and safety induction training, take advantage and refresh all your staff on your health and safety procedures.

Dear Health and Safety Readers

Happy 2014!

I'm sure you hit the ground running and you've already forgotten you were ever on holiday. This is the time of year to plan your health and safety induction training for your new recruits.

While you're planning your health and safety induction training, take advantage and refresh all your staff on your health and safety procedures. It'll get them out of 'holiday mode' and back into the swing of things.

Here are three health and safety elements to refresh your employees on…

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Three key health and safety elements to train your employees on

1.    Incident reporting
Even if you still have the same processes, it's a good idea to remind your employees on how to report incidents. They may have become careless or even forgotten. Remember, these procedures are there to help reduce your onsite injuries by preventing incidents from happening. They also help measure how effective your procedures are.

2.    Evacuations
After everyone has been on holiday, I'm sure your emergency evacuation procedures are the last thing on your employees' minds. Remind them what to do in an emergency and highlight how important it is to pay attention. It could save lives!



Three key elements to train your employees on cont…

3.    Personal Protective Equipment
If your employees need and use PPE, remind them how to use and care for their PPE properly. This helps to protect your employees and costs you less than replacing damaged PPE.

Now you have a few ideas of what you should be training your employees on, why don't you save yourself time and get our Induction Training 101 CD. It comes ready with presentations, facilitators' manuals and employee's workbooks to kick-start your training.

Make 2014 a safe one!


Louise Harty
Senior Product Manager: Health and Safety

PS – If you have any questions on health and safety in your workplace, ask them on the Health and Safety Club site!


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