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Jonathan Ross Assignment January 2011 WORKPLACE BASED EMPLOYEE INDUCTION PROCESS Assignment by Jonathan Ross Milford Haven Leisure Centre Pembrokeshire County Council Course: TUC diploma in Tutor: Ged Peck Central Bedfordshire College 1
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Jonathan Ross Assignment January 2011 Acknowledgements The author wishes to place on record his thanks to the following for their assistance. My colleagues at the Milford Haven Leisure Centre who provided some ideas as to the work processes. Ged Peck my course tutor for his guidance. 2
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Jonathan Ross Assignment January 2011 Contents Page Number Acknowledgements 2 Introduction 4 Analysis of the problem 7 Recommendations 8 Conclusion 9 References 10 Appendix A. The current Induction Form 11 Appendix B. Implementation and communication of the solution 12 3
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Assignment January 2011 Introduction My choice for this assignment is to apply one of the key HSE principles of health and safety management to my workplace and analyse the results. The Health and Safety Executive (HSE) (2003) recommend that there are five steps to success when dealing with the management of health and safety. These are setting a health and safety policy, organising staff, planning and setting standards, measuring performance and learning from experience – audit and review. I will endeavour to look at the step concerning the organisation of staff. The HSE (2003) advocate that in order to make a health and safety policy effective, employers need to involve staff and encourage commitment to make the policy work and that this produces a positive health and safety culture. This step looks at four separate areas concerning the competence, control and cooperation of staff and how health and safety is communicated. Within the leisure industry there are many tasks which an employee has to undertake as part of their own individual role and the vast majority of these have a health and safety implication ranging from the use of chemicals during a cleaning session to sitting at a desk performing administrative duties. The HSE support the belief that an assessment of skills should take place in order to determine those required for different tasks and that employees have the necessary instruction and training to carry out the work safely. The perceived problem within my workplace is that the current induction package has shown that employees who work in leisure centres within the county are inadequately trained during the process. Induction processes are vital to ensuring that new employees are productive as quickly as possible, and should play a key role in knowledge management initiatives. The induction of any member of staff is a very important part of the employment process, and one that can easily get overlooked in a busy organization where everyone is working at full capacity. 4
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