According to the Labor Code, every employer is obliged to familiarize the employee with the provisions on health and safety at work and fire protection. It is very important that both employers and employees are aware of the dangers that may arise while performing their daily duties.


SAFETY TRAINING AND WORKING HYGIENE


Responding to the growing interest of employers in addition to obligatory OHS trainings under the Regulation of the Minister of Economy and Labor of 27 July 2004 (Journal of Laws No. 180 item 1860), we offer professional services in this area.

General pre-employment training in the field of occupational health and safety (so-called general instruction):

General briefing takes place before the admission to work, all newly recruited employees, students holding an apprenticeship at the employer and students of vocational schools employed for the purpose of practical vocational training.

Periodic training in the field of occupational health and safety is addressed to:
1. Employers and managers of employees, in particular managers, masters and foremen;
2. Workers employed in workstations;
3. Engineering and technical workers, including designers, machine builders and other technical devices, technologists and production organizers;
4. Administrative and office employees.

The trainings are conducted in accordance with the Regulation of the Minister of Economy and Labor of July 27, 2004 on training in the field of occupational health and safety (Journal of Laws No. 180, item 1860), as amended.

 

TRAININGS IN THE FIELD OF FIRE PROTECTION


Training in the field of fire protection is addressed to employees and employers. The training is aimed at providing knowledge about fire protection and gaining skills in the event of a fire, as well as gaining knowledge on ensuring the necessary fire protection of buildings, other buildings and areas, and creating conditions preventing the emergence of a fire or other local danger and minimizing the effects of these events.

 

 

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