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What Is Health and Safety Training?

Health and Safety training at work is a program that helps your employees learn specific knowledge or skills. This will help improve their performance in their current roles.

Training is important to all employees across your organisation, and should not be limited to new employees. It occurs over time, as laws and standards change.

How much training?

When thinking about how much Health and Safety training your employees to require, this may be dependent on the type of industry you are operating in.

If you are operating in an office-based environment, there will likely be no need to train employees around working at heights. More time could be spent on work ergonomics or workplace stress.

Health and Safety Training is not a tick-in-the-box exercise. It should be planned out to match your environment and employees. You need to think about what skills your employees need to carry out specific tasks, then you can decide which types of training will be suited to them.

If you are in an industry highly impacted by health and safety, such as construction, engineering, or energy, you may consider dedicating whole days to training programs. This could work out to be cheaper and more beneficial than training employees individually.

Health and Safety Tools & Resources

ISO 45001 Occupational Health and Safety Management

ISO 45001 is the internationally accepted standard for occupational health and safety management.

ISO 45001 lays out a framework to improve safety, minimise workplace risks and enhance health and well-being at work, enabling an organisation to improve its Occupational Health and Safety performance. It provides the minimum standard of practice to protect employees around the world.

Become compliant and certified to ISO 45001 with QSM Group. Contact us today.

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Get in touch with QSM Group today to see how we can help your business with its QHSE and compliance management and training needs.

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