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Site inductions applies to everyone working on site, not only our personnel but also subcontractors and independent contractors.
YIT’s goal is to be a zero-accident working community. This requires that everyone takes responsibility and commits to safe work. It is also important to pay attention to what happens around us and intervene in potential neglect – in this manner, we take care of the health and safety of our colleagues.
It is everyone’s right and obligation to receive and complete orientation to his/her work. Carefully prepared and conducted orientation provides sufficient basic information about our tasks and the ability to work safely and prevents personal injuries and material and environmental damage. Orientation also creates the preconditions for well-being and co-operation in the working community and environment.
ID, tax number, a site-specific access permit and a valid occupational safety card
Site induction must also include work-related guidance and instructions, the content requirements of which are determined by the nature of work and working conditions as well as by the personnel’s professional skills and work experience. It is the employer’s obligation to see to it and control that employees have received orientation to the site and that they have an identification card with photo and tax number, a site-specific access permit and a valid occupational safety card.