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Training Needs Analysis - Your people are your greatest asset

Posted by Richard Forster on 10 January 2017

 

The provision of health and safety training is a legal requirement that enables your people to perform their work in a way that is safe and without risk to health.  The first step is to undertake a Training Needs Analysis (TNA).

A TNA is achieved by key stakeholders identifying the difference between the necessary skills and knowledge of an individual or group and the skills and knowledge they require to carry out a task safely.

HAZCON can assist an organisation in undertaking a comprehensive TNA with associated skills matrix and action plan that considers:

 

  • The relevant health and safety framework(s) that apply to you;
  • Consultative requirements;
  • Your organisation and what is does; and
  • Your people (directors, officers, managers, employees/workers, contractors).

To get the best from your people it is essential that they be provided with appropriate knowledge and skills on all aspects of their work including health and safety.

See our website for further details on training services or call HAZCON for a chat on how we can assist you further.

 

 

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