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Contractor Onboarding: Guide to Onboarding contractors
In this helpful guide, we review the main steps to go through for onboarding contractors. How to create a contractor onboarding process in the workplace.
Let's start with why you need to onboard contractors into the workplace?
Contractors need to be onboarded into an organisation just the same as employees. Collecting required documents such as insurances, evidence of training, certifications, inducting them on important site safety materials, hazards and common workplace topics, onboarding them to site through check lists, policies and procedures and making sure they understand everything through assessments.
Contractor Onboarding Process and Steps
Collect materials from contractors as the first stage of their onboarding into a site or workplace
Present important safety topics to contractors as part of their onboarding process
Ensure all contractors go through important policies and procedures
Go through site specific check lists and have access to download materials
CTest their knowledge on materials through an assessment
Issue a certificate of completion as part of their onboarding
Best topics to include in a contractor presentation
The most common topics organisations include in their contractor onboarding include site rules, site access, safety topics such as working in confined spaces, electrical safety, how to report an incident, how to report a hazard, known hazards on site to be aware, emergency procedures, safety policies and site specific safety procedures.
Prevent Injuries and Incidents by Onboarding Contractors
A proper contractor onboarding process can prevent incidents from happening in the workplace. By properly onboarding your contractors into a site or project, you can ensure they understand all the hazards and the nature of the site as well as how they can work there safely and control risks in order to prevent near misses, injuries, property damage and other incidents from happening in the first place. It can also help reduce the severity of an incident when one does happen.
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