Education Agent Training Course
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This Electrical Safety training course aims to provide learners with an introduction to the topic so that they understand more about their legal responsibilities, including how to carry out a risk assessment and identify electrical hazards, and feel more confident about working safely with or alongside a source of electricity.
It was established in the year 2000 at Chandigarh (INDIA) and within a short span of 11 years it has successfully carved a niche for itself in the competitive world of technology by providing quality industrial training education and placement opportunities to the students.
Review experts with relevant experience on biennial reports and national communications matters, who have been nominated to the roster of experts by their national focal point on behalf of their government, must complete the training programme and successfully pass examinations before they can be invited to participate in a review of national communications and/or biennial reports.
This Noise Awareness training course aims to provide learners with a comprehensive overview of the risks posed by noise in workplaces and how they can implement control measures to mitigate them, keep noise exposure at a minimum, and safeguard employees.
HR Answers provides learning and development opportunities in several ways: our regularly scheduled workshop ranging from 2 hours to 8 hours and held in our training room, on-site training at your location where a high degree of customization content is built, and our monthly 1 hour HR Lunch Bunch meetings, which are participant-driven discussions with rotating topics held on the first Wednesday of the month at noon.