AlertForce has a full suite of 200 video and e-learning courses for you to manage your staff and your compliance under duty of care responsibilities. You can either use our Learning Management System or we can quickly and cheaply set one up a branded one for you and your staff.
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What content do we cover?
- Workplace relations & HR
- Workplace Health & Safety
- Emergency Procedures
- Safety Training
- Food Safety
- Privacy and Fraud Awareness
- Local Government
- Clinical Services
PLUS MUCH MUCH MORE
There are some things that business owners do because they must, and some that they do for their own benefit. Work health and safety compliance fits firmly into both categories, and yet it’s so often neglected due to the sheer inconvenience and cost of keeping your employees up to date. This is unfortunate, as shirking on compliance could put your business and employees at considerable risk.
It doesn’t have to be that way. With online compliance training keeping your employees’ compliance training up to date is simple, affordable and convenient. Here’s how …
By going with online compliance training over face to face you could save a considerable amount of money. Because of its nature, face to face training can be extremely expensive and inefficient, whereas online compliance is the exact opposite.
Most Australian businesses cite cash flow as an important concern, so protect yours by reducing the risk of incidents and infringement with affordable online training. For a relatively small investment compared to face to face training, you could see a similar return over a shorter time period.
There’s only 40 hours in a working week, which can go in a flash when you’re trying to run a successful business. Online compliance training is perfect in this situation as it could save you and your employees hours or days, which you can instead spend on ensuring your business’s success.
Employees won’t need to travel offsite to train, you won’t need to organise a time and date that suits your workers, and you won’t need to rebook training every time you hire new people. All it takes is an email including a link to your personalised learning material and test, and you’ve covered your bases when it comes to workplace compliance.
Increase employee participation
Inconvenience isn’t something your workers will take kindly to – especially if they’re paid by the hour. That’s why offsite face to face training is so often problematic, as employees are reluctant to take time out of their busy schedules to sit in a classroom and learn.
Taking your compliance training online makes it as easy as possible for your employees to participate, which will inevitably increase the level of employee participation. More employees taking compliance training courses means a safer and more productive workplace.
Easier to report and monitor
You’ve got a million and one things to do in a day and anything that can make your life easier as a business owner is a good idea. Switching to online compliance training does exactly that, by making reporting and monitoring your employees’ progress as straightforward as possible.
With the right online course set up, knowing which employees have completed a course and which have not is simple. That means keeping your entire workforce up to date is far easier, as you’ll always know who is yet to complete the necessary course so that you can have them trained immediately.
Setting up a new face to face training session every time you hire a new employee is impractical, time consuming and inefficient. A better option is to streamline the entire process by creating one online resource which can be updated when regulations or company policy changes.
By doing so, you make it easier and cheaper for you to have employees training, minimising the amount of work you have to do to ensure your business is compliant. If you’ve got any questions or would like a helping hand setting up online compliance training, get in touch any time!