• Employee Name

  • Labour hire?

  • Employer Name

  • Job Title

  • Inducted By

  • Date of Induction

Prior to Commencement

  • All employment related forms and information are completed or provided (employment pack, employee handbook, employment contract)

  • Keys and any other personal equipment have been arranged

  • Work area has been set up and any equipment organised

  • Asked to provide any necessary certified copies of certificates/licenses/qualifications

Induction - General

  • Introduced to direct manager

  • Explain organisational structure

  • Introduce to leaders and explain their roles

  • Tour of workplace

  • Explain building access & parking

  • Discuss position description and requirements

  • Discuss timesheets, leave entitlements, pay details and cycle

  • Clarify work hours and expected attendance/absence procedures

  • Discuss key work outcomes & general expected work behavior and input

  • Clarify dress standards/uniforms

  • IT overview – computer passwords, saving files, phones/fax protocols

  • Discuss culture (e.g. birthdays, social activities, lunch)

  • Identify regular meetings and communication processes

  • Explained Quality Policy (including Location)

  • Explain qualifying period process and schedule review dates

Induction - WH&S

  • Walked through fire drill and shown fire extinguishers

  • Shown where the first aid facilities are and who the first aid officer(s) is

  • Shown emergency contact numbers

  • Shown how to use and location of PPE

  • Shown how to manage hazards – identify, minimise/avoid, report

  • Shown where to obtain industry, union, and other sources of WH&S information

  • Shown how to use equipment and machinery correctly

Sign & Date

  • Employee Signature

  • Manager Signature

  • Date

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