Items Tagged with 'Training'



Alone but not alienated

Promoting safety among lone workers
Monitoring and managing the safe behavior of a workforce can be a difficult task, even in an enclosed environment. Although the term “lone worker” also covers those performing individual jobs on a worksite – such as a job task in an area of the plant that cannot be easily viewed by co-workers, or even a receptionist in a large office building – the needs of remote workers who cannot be supervised through conventional means present perhaps the greatest challenge.
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Provide safe on-the-job training

On-the-job training can be helpful for new employees, for those who switch job roles, or when your organization begins using new equipment or methods. However, such training requires special attention, according to the National Safety Council.
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