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Supporting Employees in the Workplace


The workplace has become a rough and tumble place due to stress-related accidents, which can be avoided by understanding and supporting employees in the workplace. According to studies, more than two-thirds of all work-related injuries are sustained by supporting employees. This makes it imperative for businesses to offer the best protection to their employees. As well as offering personal accident insurance, which covers a wide range of accidents, there are a number of other policies that you may wish to consider for supporting employees in the workplace.

When it comes to personal injury cover for employees, this is an area where you need to take extra measures to protect your staff. If you work in a business where the majority of your employees have access to the public, you must take personal liability coverage to protect them in the event they injure themselves on the job. You should ensure that any policies you purchase cover the full amount of any liability claims you may have. This will mean that if your employee meets with an accident whilst at work, you will be financially protected.

Another essential element to consider is the Health and Safety Policy. This policy will govern how your business manages risks in the workplace. It will also cover the actions you take in response to those risks. For instance, you may choose to close down or restrict the use of certain areas to an extent so as to minimize risk. However, if a member of your staff sustains an accident whilst using equipment in the workplace, then you could be legally liable to pay compensation for their pain and suffering.

As part of your health and safety policy, you should include information about accident prevention. This will give your staff a chance to learn from past mistakes and therefore minimize risks in the future. It will also allow your employees to report hazards they have witnessed or come across while working. Should a worker come across something they believe is dangerous, then they should notify you immediately. You should contact the police so they can investigate the problem.

Employees who are able to go to you when they are having a problem at work can offer great support to colleagues. You should ensure you have a person who can help them. This could be a member of staff or an employee coach.

The role of a workplace health and safety consultant is very important. They are usually employed by larger firms but it does not necessarily mean that smaller firms do not employ them. A consultant will visit your workplace on a regular basis to check for any potential risks or issues. If you employ them, they should meet your workers and talk to them about health and safety matters. If you do not employ them, then you should encourage your workers to speak to them.

There are a variety of support workers that you can hire in order to support your employees. One is an Office Support Person (OSP). These individuals can work in reception areas and are responsible for answering phones and taking calls. They may also have the responsibility for stocking the canteen. If you have more than one worker then you may need one person to take the calls and another to sort out the paperwork.

Another type of worker is a Safety Support Worker. They are responsible for ensuring that the workplace is safe for workers and visitors. For example, they could check the site for any hazards such as trip hazards and electrical hazards. They may also carry out random checks of the area for anything that may seem out of place. Some safety support workers will actually perform some part of their job as an official inspection worker.


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