Induction, training, site management and contractor management articles

Inductions and Training

Inducting drivers to site can be a time intensive, expensive process. So, why induct? Every employer, particularly those operating high risk sites, have a responsibility to ensure that all contractors and drivers visiting their premises understand the company policies and procedures, particularly Health and Safety, lines...

Employers, particularly those in high-risk industries such as construction or manufacturing, are legally responsible and morally accountable for the health and safety of their workforce, contractors, subcontractors, drivers and anyone coming onto the working site, even visitors. In some cases, the workforce will face a variety...

When inducting contractors, sub-contractors or visitors onto a working site, do you always run the induction process on-site at point of arrival or do you give inductees the opportunity to complete their induction off-site before they arrive? With advances in digital technologies you can easily induct...

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