OSH Considerations for Induction and Orientation Delivery to Employees

OSH Considerations for Induction and Orientation Delivery to Employees

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OSH Considerations for Induction and Orientation Delivery to Employees

AJAR.id – Hello Ajarian! What OSH competence should be given to each employee (based on their positions and workplaces)? What really matters in the delivery of such knowledge? How should an OSH course (or training) optimize its effectiveness during the lessons?

Induction or orientation constitutes a process of delivering competence, information, and relevant knowledge in accordance with occupational safety and health (OSH) to all the employees through formal and structural meetings, events, or designated trainings.

Induction training for new employees could include:

  1. A tour of the work area so they gain an overview of the business and appreciation of where various department, facilities, and equipment are physically located;
  2. An explanation of venue amenities and facilities relating to OSH. This can include discussion about:
  • First aid kits
  • First aid rooms
  • First aid providers
  • Emergency equipment and systems;
  1. Introduction to fellow employees, especially those who constitute the DWG for the area in which they are going to work;
  2. Introduction to HSR together with an explanation of their role, and details of how to engage with the established participative arrangements relating to workplace OSH;
  3. Description of general workplace hazards and risk control measures...
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