Supervisor training wasted without support from the top?
Three Queensland businesses (two red meat processing plants and one metal manufacturer) participated in a study conducted by Work Health and Safety Queensland (WHSQ), which examined the impact of hazardous manual task (HMT) risk training for supervisors on overall safety performance. A total of 80 supervisors were involved, and 349 workers. All supervisors received the same training, but by the end of the study one company had experie...
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