Site Induction Training

These Site Induction Procedures outlines a process to assist with the delivery of Site Induction, Evacuation Procedures New Employee Induction, Site Induction Procedure and the like.

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    It is a requirement that all site personnel are instructed on the Emergency Response Procedures should an accident, incident or injury occur. This document provides a procedure on how to manage the emergency response process.

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    All new employees should be inducted into the workplace. Use this New Employee Induction as a guide to induct all new employees into the workplace and keep on site as evidence of a risk management system being in place.

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    It is a requirement that all site personnel are instructed on the Emergency Evacuation Procedures should the need to evacuate the site occurs. This document provides a procedure on how to manage the site evacuation process.

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    This Site Induction Procedure outlines a process to assist with the delivery Site Induction.

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    This Site Induction Record provides a format to record the site induction undertaken including persons details, employers details, employment details, emergency contact details, medical information, privacy notification and confirmation of site induction.

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    This Mini Site Induction Record for Visitors is used as a tool to simplify the induction process for inducting visitors prior to them entering the site and provides a record of the visitors details, their employers details, and confirmation they have been site inducted.

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    This document maintains a register of all Site Induction Records undertaken on site.

    Keep this document on site as a record of all personnel who have been site inducted and as evidence of a risk management system being in place.

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    These Site Safety Rules are the main tool used to induct all site personnel prior to starting on site.

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    This Supervisors Site Safety Checklist covers various safety items to check on site.

    This is also a great tool to use to prompt the Site Supervisor to maintain a continual high standard of housekeeping and hazard controls.

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General Induction
This is referred to in the industry as a white card (previously a green card) and is usually delivered off site by a Registered Training Organisation (RTO).

Site Induction
Also referred to as workplace specific induction training that can be delivered in a variety of ways, including:

  • site induction
  • toolbox talks
  • pre-start meetings
  • on-the-job instructions
  • one-off sessions or events called for a specific purpose

Information
A person conducting a business or undertaking must ensure that information, training and instruction provided to a worker is suitable and adequate

If a worker has not successfully completed general construction induction training, or has successfully completed general construction induction training more than 2 years previously but has not carried out construction work in the preceding 2 years, a person conducting a business or undertaking must:

  • not direct or allow the worker to carry out construction work, and
  • ensure that general construction induction training is provided to a worker engaged by the person who is carrying out construction work.

Site Induction should be conducted by a person conducting a business or undertaking that has management or control at the workplace or by the principal contractor for the construction project.

Further detailed information can be found in the Resource Library.