Induction Training 101- Your health and safety induction training guide

Induction Training 101- Your health and safety induction training guide
With Induction Training 101, you’ll have tailor-made professional health and safety induction training for all your employees. You’ll get:
* Ready-made Power Point presentations, to project or print;
* A facilitators manual to guide your in-house trainer;
* A trainee manual with trainee notes to take with at the end of the session;
* A questionnaire to assess how much the delegate has learnt;
* An answer sheet to mark each trainee test;
* A certificate of completion if your employee successfully completes the training; and
You can modify it specifically for your company’s requirements and print new copies whenever you need to train a new employee. And the best part is, there’s no big expensive cost every time a new employee starts.
In Stock
Author(s):
Michele Bowmer
Pages:
induction training
Format:
CD
Year of publication:
2013
Price: R 299.00

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Can an HSE officer do induction training?


Induction Training 101

Dear reader 

Every week I get questions from our Health & Safety Bulletin readers about induction training:

  • Can an HSE officer do induction training?
  • Why do I need to do induction training?
  • Do I have to give my staff refresher induction training every year?
  • Do I need to give contractors induction training every time they come on site?

According to the OHSA, you must do induction training for new employees, external contract workers, even employees returning from maternity leave. And every time there’s new legislation, or if you have a new safety process or equipment.

It sounds like you could be doing induction every month! And who has the time to create proper training material? And ensure its correct?

So, I did some research to see what Induction training is available to make your job easier.

I was shocked by what I found…

I found a lot of training courses, that ranged from R900-R3 000 per course. But that isn’t very helpful, as it only trains one person to do the training. And what if that person leaves your company? You could spend a fortune having to train new employees all the time.

I found a company that provides Induction training power point slides. But the cost depends on how many employees you have, and you have more than 30 employees… it’ll cost you plenty.

I found a legally compliant affordable solution for youInduction training testimonial

I spoke to Michele Bowmer, a registered HWSETA assessor, with more than 20 years health and safety experience.

She’s agreed to help you easily and cost-effectively create and customise your own induction training at a fraction of the cost that you’ll pay for a training course for just one employee.

Tailor-made professional induction training in 30 minutes

Using her years of experience and expertise, Michele developed Induction Training 101.Which is tailor-made professional induction training for all your employees.

You’ll get:

  • Ready-made Power Point presentations, to project or print;
  • A facilitator manual to guide your in-house trainer;
  • A delegate manual with trainee notes to take with at the end of the session;
  • A questionnaire to assess how much your delegate has learnt;
  • An answer sheet to mark each trainee test;
  • A certificate of completion if your employee successfully completes the training; and

It has everything your employees will ever need to know aboutInduction training testimonial
health and safety.

You can modify it specifically for your company’s requirements and print new copies whenever you need to train a new employee.

There’s no big expensive cost every time a new employee
starts.

If you want to prepare induction safety training on your own and within 30 minutes, order now.

If you’re not 100% convinced that it will ensure total compliance with the OHSA, send it back.

Click here to order the Induction Training 101 today for only R199 and meet your health and safety training obligations.

I’ll put in the post today and give you a 30-day money back guarantee. If, after 30 days theInduction Training 101 doesn’t make your training easier, then simply send it back to us within the 30 days and we'll give you a 100% refund.

Regards

Rachel Paterson
Business Publisher

P.S. Take a look at what’s included in the Induction training:
•Purpose and outcomes
•Employer duties
•Employee duties
•Intoxication and drugs
•Unsafe acts
•Aggression
•Reporting
•Report response
•Smoking
•Unsafe conditions
•Types of incidents
•Incident reporting
•Evacuations
•Personal protective equipment
•Tools
•Housekeeping
•Demarcation and signage
•Machinery and lockout
•Safe work permits
•Enclosed spaces, hazardous substances and stores


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