Health and safety induction training videos need to be comprehensive and targeted to ensure that the right person receives the correct situational training required to perform their tasks safely. For many businesses, there is a constant stream of outside parties involved in the efficient running of the organisation. The most effective way of maintaining stakeholder safety, is to create a Contractors Induction Training video. This video is highly targeted and comprehensive to ensure all contractors are proficient in all the risks and hazards involved without wasting any training and operating time.
To ensure that your contractors induction video is properly optimised, we have prepared you a list of expected contractor training topics:
Drug and alcohol testing
Road and foot traffic rules
Vehicle and person searchesParking rules
Permit to Work
Unique vehicle protocols
Introduction to PPE
Area specific PPE
First aid procedures
Potential risks and hazards
International safety standards
Work permits and qualifications
In some cases, contractors are also expected to receive additional safety training for specific tasks, for example: Working at Height, Confined Spaces, Chemicals etc. When it comes to health and safety induction training, a strong contractors induction video will ensure stakeholder quality and safety, which ultimately leads to a reduction in risk. By optimising this style of video you can streamline the job of each contractor that arrives on your site, without wasting any time and resources.
Oliver Karstel (Pty) Ltd is a professional content production agency based in Johannesburg, South Africa, with broad-spectrum specialization in all elements of content production. We help our clients achieve effective communication through our content production. This is principle for any business that intends to generate leads, succeed the business, and maintain a steady income of work.
The founder, Oliver Karstel, is an award-winning photographer and videographer, having worked with multiple multi-national corporations and organisations including the United Nations (U.N.), NEPAD (African Union), Kal Tire (CA) Thermo King (US), GEA (DE), PERI (DE and UAE) and Bühler Group (CH). Oliver has received accolades from international photography awards including the Moscow International Foto Awards (MIFA), and his work has appeared in publications including INSPADES Magazine and Construction World Magazine. He has worked across the breadth of Southern Africa, West Africa, extending to Northern Europe and the Middle East.
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