Training and education are two essential safety tools which we diligently prioritized to ensure that workers and managers have the correct knowledge of hazards, how to prevent, and control them for ultimate safety and productivity when executing a project.
Training provides employers, supervisors, managers, and workers with knowledge and skills that are required to do their work safely and thus,
- Prevent and avoid creating hazards which can cause harm.
· Awareness and understanding of risks and how to identify, report and control them.
· Specialized and professional training when projects involve unique hazards
TRAINING FOR EMPLOYEES
We provide workers and managers with a greater understanding of the safety and health programs affording them to contribute to its implementation and development.
How we accomplish this
We provide our workers with a detailed understanding of hazard recognition and control. Also, we actively involve them in the process, which ultimately helps them to eliminate hazards before an incident occurs.
Our managers and supervisors have the management’s mandate of educating and instructing every employee in the recognition, preparing and avoidance of conditions deemed unsafe. This also entails regulations applicable to their work environment for proper control and elimination of any form of hazards or other exposure to injury.
We train workers on:
- Methods for identifying work hazards, such as job hazard analysis
· Understanding and recognizing the dangers they may encounter in their jobs as well as other general work-related hazards
· Instructing workers on concepts and techniques for controlling risks, including the hierarchy of controls and its importance.
· Informed use of work practice and managerial controls.
· When and how to wear required PPE (personal protective equipment).
· Getting additional training wherever and whenever necessary during construction. For instance, when new trades and equipment arrive at the job site to perform the next phase of the project, new information is required.
We carry out further training which may be needed to ensure that workers can incorporate safety and health responsibilities into their daily activities, habits, and routines. Our workers attend safety workshops to further understand the importance of being safe in the working environment.
How we do this
· Instruct workers on how to report injuries concerns.
· Instruct workers on specific roles within the safety and health program on how they should carry out those responsibilities, including:
a) Hazard recognition and controls
b) Participation in incident investigations
c) Project evaluation and improvement
· Provide opportunities questions and provide feedback during and after the training from the employee
QUESTIONS WE ASK TO ASCERTAIN PROPER TRAINING
· Have all control measures implemented according to the hazard control plan?
· Are employees well-trained so that they understand the controls, including how to carry out maintenance, repairs, and construction safety and PPE use requirements?
· Are controls being used correctly and consistently?
These are some of the practices we engage to ensure that employers, employees. and supervisors have the correct and clear understanding of the job, including safety and precautious practices expected from them at all times.
We aim at updating our portfolio on training and security practices from time to time as new developments spring up.