Working as a temp can suit many types of lifestyles such as if you are a student it comes in handy to get a temporary job during the holidays. With a vast amount of different jobs available each job role will require you to undergo some training to perform the role efficiently.
Although you only have a temporary position your new employer must treat you like any other employee. Not being trained to do a job safely is looked dimly at and could cause an accident at work in Tendering.
Training modules during an induction
Induction training covers anything and everything you will need to know in order to perform your role correctly and safely. For example if you are starting a temporary contract in an office you will be taught how to use machines such as the photocopier and how to process files.
As well as all the required on the job training elements you must also complete a health and safety course. Knowing what to do in the case of an emergency could mean a huge difference in your safety so the course is mandatory for all employees.
If your employer deems that you do not require health and safety training this is infringing the law and could result in an accident at work in Tendering.
An accident at work in Tendering and lack of induction training
An accident at work in Tendering can happen as a direct result of a lack in sufficient training. Not being trained in any element of the job role or health and safety can put more than just yourself in danger which is why it is so important.
If an accident does occur as a result of poor or no training then you could be entitled to make a claim for compensation for your accident. Even if you think you may be partially responsible for the accident you may still be able to make a claim.
If you are going to make a claim for an accident at work in Tendering we can help. Accident Advice Helpline have a team of highly experienced advisers and solicitors who can assist you at every step of the way when making a claim for compensation. We can answer your questions and get you on the right track for claiming compensation. Call us today for free on 0800 689 0500 now.