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Your worker orientation sets the tone: for you, as the employer; and for your workers New workers should always receive an orientation to health & safety in the workplace. A new worker can take many forms – newly hired, transferred, promoted, re-hired, temporary or contract employees, co-op students or apprentices, or a returning worker (for example: injury, illness, maternity leave, leaves of absence).
This Guide describes what an orientation entails.
Everyone has a part to play when it comes to orienting and training new workers