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Three steps on how to start planning your health and safety communication system

by , 11 September 2015
As the employer, it is your responsibility to provide the correct information, supervision and training in ensuring the health and safety of your employees. In doing this, you will be required to communicate health and safety procedures, rules and information to them.

This will require health and safety communication system.

Here are three steps to follow when you start planning your communication system:

 1. Draw up an information protocol: 

This protocol will include how you'll communicate with your employees. 
 
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2. Decide why you need the communication system: 

Decide on why you need a communication system. Is it to enhance communication between you and your employees, to reduce accidents and incidents in the workplace or to simply comply with legal requirements? 

3. Decide on what exactly you need to communicate to your employees:

Draw up a communication policy and procedure. Once you have done so, give it to your employees for comment and enhance it according to what they say.
 

There were three steps to follow when you start planning your communication system.

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