Why An Employee Might Require Additional Health And Safety Training At A Later Stage Of Employment Within An Organisation

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Outline reasons why an employee might require additional health and safety training at a later stage of employment within an organisation.

Reasons as:

  • The introduction of new processes, equipment and methods of work;
  • As a result of a job change involving different health and safety requirements and/or the allocation of additional responsibilities;
  • Following the introduction of new legislation;

  • Where risk assessments or staff appraisals indicate that additional training is necessary;
  • Where refresher training is required such as that required for fork-lift truck operators and firstaid personnel;
  • Following an accident, enforcement action or insurance impositions;
  • To counteract the possibility of employees becoming complacent and lax in following established procedures for health and safety.

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