• Online inductions versus face-to-face induction

    Online induction vs face-to-face-inductions

    Online inductions versus face-to-face inductions Just as the world of business continues to evolve to meet the needs of an ever-changing landscape so, too, does the process of induction. And when it comes to welcoming an employee in just the right manner, that’s a very good thing. After all, the ideal introduction…

  • Effective and Rapid Inductions

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    Induction training can be defined as a form of introduction into the workplace. It allows new employees and contractors to “learn the ropes” on what their job entails so that they can seamlessly be adopted into an organisation’s operations. Most people in modern workplaces lean towards a gig kind of job.…

  • How to stand out in the Hospitality Industry

    Hospitality Online Induction

    Making your business stand out in the hospitality industry is all about addressing some of the major issues this industry faces i.e competition, hiring well-trained staff, produce waste etc. As well as creating the best atmosphere possible for customers as well as staff. The hospitality industry is a highly competitive place,…

  • Safe Work Method Statements or SWMS

    Online Induction SWMS

    Safe Working Methods Statement (SWMS): Everything You Need To Know   The Department of Mines, Industry Regulation and Safety defines an SWMS as a document which outlines high-risk work and hazards. It also stipulates the control measures put in place to manage these risks and hazards. Any organization wishing to commence with…

  • Risks facing traffic controllers

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    Safety Risks Facing Traffic Control Workforce In most parts of Australia and many countries across the globe, traffic flow, motor vehicle collisions and traffic congestion is a major issue. More vehicles find their way on the roads and new roads or new lanes to accommodate them are not being constructed fast…

  • Hazards in Hospitality Industry

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    Health and Safety Hazards in the Catering and Hospitality Industry The hospitality industry has quite a diverse workforce as it includes a variety of positions which may or may not demand a high level of education. For instance, cleaning personnel, food delivery personnel, valet, and restaurant servers have different educational requirements…

  • Avoiding Silicosis

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    How to Prevent Workers from Getting Silicosis In late 2018, ABC an Australian news network reported that there had been six terminal cases of silicosis in just three weeks. This prompted the Queensland Government to issue a warning to the engineered stone bench-top industry. An audit of 10 work sites was…

  • NDIS online inductions

    Commercial cleaning Australia online induction

    Why NDIS Providers should use Induct for Work The recently launched National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) is intended to replace the former system of disability care which was provided through the National Disability Agreement. Data from the Australian Network on Disability indicates over 4 million people are living with some form…