Training Procedure L.R.S FLOORING SPECIALISTS

The following regulations contain requirements to be complied with:

The Health and Safety at Work, etc Act, 1974.
The Management of Health and Safety at Work Regulations, 1999.
The Provision & Use of Work Equipment Regulations, 1998.
Health and Safety (Misc. Amendment) Regulations 2002.

In order that employees can work safely and efficiently it is important that each person receives training, both in general health and safety and appropriate to the job they are required to do.

Whilst the Company before employment requires appropriate qualifications, it is not accepted that training will cease for that employee. It is the policy of this Company that all employees from Director to general workforce level, continue training during the course of their employment by various methods from attending courses arranged at Company premises, residential  courses, and with “tool box talks”.

All employees will receive appropriate induction training, which will include the standard introduction programme, making them aware of their statutory duties, the emergency procedures and an explanation of the Company Safety Policy. An awareness of safety issues at all levels is an important feature in the promotion of this Safety Policy. Accordingly in all forms of training, the safety requirements related directly or indirectly to the task or work area will be an integral part of occupational training and appropriate training will be given to anyone who undertakes a new task.

All training will be mandatory and records kept of courses, qualifications and the expiry dates of any time-limited qualification, with efforts made to renew any qualifications needed within an adequate time period.

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