17 August

The Importance of Compliance Training

Compliance is the act of obeying a rule, or in the case of an organisation, obeying the law which governs the workplace. An example of this is

The Health and Safety (First-Aid) Regulations 1981 require employers to provide adequate and appropriate equipment, facilities and personnel to ensure their employees receive immediate attention if they are injured or taken ill at work

Employees should receive compliance training, such as First Aid and Health & Safety, to help them understand the organisational and legal policies that apply to their daily role. Ensuring that your employees receive suitable training and fully understand their responsibilities is vital. It enables them to do their job safely and in accordance with the law, meaning your business remains productive and free of legal complications.

At Roundhouse Thinking we offer a vast range of First Aid, Health & Safety, Food Safety and Hospitality courses. Many of these can be tailored to your organisation and training needs. By providing targeted compliance training, you help your employees and company, avoid breaking the law – which is a clear benefit. You will set out the standard for their behaviour and will ensure that the company’s compliance culture is uniform, with everyone following the correct practices and policies. Effective training will also help you to prevent cases of misconduct and detect violations.

We understand these requirements are ongoing and need updating regularly – Therefore we provide courses on a monthly basis or via e-learning. Below are the upcoming courses taking place in September.

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