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#1 welshbox

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Posted 10 January 2017 - 10:51 AM

Hi there,

Looking at the BRC participate info it states that induction training for all staff should cover the hazard and risk management system.  We regularly use temporary staff,  we do induction training with them including company policies on hygiene and quality but we currently don't include the HARM system.  Can anyone advise what they include to cover this off on induction?  We have not identified any CCPs if that would make any difference.

Thanks for your help.

 


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Posted 10 January 2017 - 12:08 PM

Hi Welshbox,

 

The requirements of the standard include:

 

6.1 TRAINING AND COMPETENCE:
6.1.1 All personnel, including temporary personnel and contractors, shall be appropriately trained prior to commencing work and adequately supervised throughout the working period. Induction training shall include the company hygiene rules.
6.1.5 The site shall put in place documented programmes covering the training needs of relevant personnel. These shall include as a minimum: • identifying the necessary competencies for specific roles • providing training or other action to ensure staff have the necessary competencies
 
 
HARM items that may be included are things such as glass policy, blade policy, packaging handling etc.
 
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