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Staff Inductions

All employers are legally obligated to train their workers. Businesses can be divided into three categories:

1. Those that offer face-to-face or online training and maintain records.
2. Those that provide training frequently but do not keep records.
3. Those that do not provide any training, hoping workers will learn as they work.

1. Those that offer face-to-face or online training and maintain records.

If your business specializes in face-to-face training, you’re likely seeking the most efficient and cost-effective methods to streamline your induction process and liberate your HR resources.Induct For Work offers a user-friendly interface with complimentary apps for iOS and Android devices. It facilitates the uploading of your content online and assists in setting up your account within 24-48 hours. Your account can be operational in as little as one day. To register your free account, click here, and feel free to reach out to us for any assistance.

2. Those that provide training frequently but do not keep records.

If your business provides some form of training but does not keep any records – you should get a professional Work Health and Safety specialist to proof read your inductions and to make sure that they are suitable for your industry and that they comply with your local regulations. You should also consider keeping all the records material provided together with your workers details and signatures. Yes, it is not easy to keep induction records and it is going to take a lot of your time to train your workers face to face. You would also need to show the evidence that the training was provided in case of any safety audit. There is an easier way though. As soon as you start running your inductions on Induct For Work platform – you can forget about record keeping. Induct For Work will do it for you, and it will provide you with full detailed report. You can preview who is doing your induction in real time and who is struggling to get through your content. All information is displayed on the screen of your smartphone or tablet/laptop and you can access this information whenever you are. Free apps are available for you to use on iPhones, iPads and any android devises. To get started – Click here to create your free account and then contact us for any assistance with setting up your account.

3. Those that do not provide any training, hoping workers will learn as they work.

If your business does not provide any training yet – we are pleased that you are reading this article right now. There are number of businesses that contact Induct For Work each week to help them create induction content and to setup their accounts. Click here to contact us and to talk to one of our WHS specialists today.

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