A well-trained hierarchical line is key to a safer and healthier workplace

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Date:
27 Apr 2018

Every year on 28 April, the International Labour Organization (ILO) organizes the World Day for Safety and Health at Work.  The theme of this day is the many serious work accidents that happen daily. We want to use this World Safety Day to also draw your attention to the safety culture within your company.

Every company is different and is faced with specific risks, which imply their own approach and procedures. What is the same for each and every employer is the fact that the company policy on the wellbeing (health and safety) of the workers can only succeed if the hierarchical line within the company is properly trained and is familiar with the crucial role they have to play.

Does your company provide appropriate training for the hierarchical line regarding their role and responsibilities when it comes to your policy on the wellbeing of the workers?

If not (yet), it is certainly a good idea to do something about it. After all, if the members of your hierarchical line are not familiar with their specific roles and duties, there can be no question of an adequate wellbeing-policy, which in turn means an increased risk of accidents at work.

Are you interested in a solid “tailor-made” course for your company? Then contact us without any further obligation. We have years of experience in this matter and we can ensure that these principles will be explained in a practical way based on real cases.

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Feel free to contact us for more information if you want practical training for your hierarchical line on their role and responsibilities regarding the wellbeing of the workers.