Induction and Training Procedure 215


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Quality induction and training provides new employees with important information regarding their new employment. The induction process serves to welcome new employees to the business and help them transition smoothly into their new role.

Induction ensures that new employees are familiar with the business’s expectations, safety culture and performance targets. Businesses that have an effective induction and training procedure in place are more likely to achieve higher productivity and a safer work environment.

Induction training refers to several types of training dependent on whether the employee is new to the industry, new to the site or performing a new work activity. The types of training include:

  • general industry induction
  • work activity induction
  • site specific induction, and
  • environmental controls.

This Induction and Training Procedure allows businesses to ensure that all new employees are suitable for the role. It helps to determine if they have the appropriate education, training and experience.

The Induction and Training Procedure covers the following topics:

  • glossary of common terms
  • competence
  • induction
  • local area induction
  • training
  • maintaining records of induction and training, and
  • retention of consultation records.

The procedure works in conjunction with:

  • 532 – Company Manual Acknowledgement
  • 533 – Training Attendance Form
  • REGISTER – Training and Induction Register
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