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Health and Wellness at Work Training

BOTi Essential Course – Health and Wellness at Work Training : Course Introduction

It is a well known fact that  getting enough sleep, eating  healthily and  engaging in regular exercise all lead to a happier you both at home and in the workplace.     This course  includes useful  practical methods such as time management and decluttering  that will help you  achieve   a more balanced state.

In today’s modern workplace employees don’t just work for a pay check.   Most  companies  today not only invest in their employees in terms of skills but also in  respect of their physical and mental health.   Healthy employees make for productive employees.

We tackle several objectives in this course.  From assessing the needs of  employees  to planning a health and wellness program, to implementing the program then finally, how to maintain it.

We will cover the four most common health behaviour programs, such as increasing physical activity, nutrition and weight loss, tobacco cessation and substance abuse treatment.

BOTi Essential Course – Health and Wellness at Work  Training: Course Outline

  • Introduction

Workshop Objectives

  • Health and wellness program

Definition

Productivity

Cost of health care

Cost of Absenteeism

Case study

  • Types of programs

Health behaviours

Health screenings and maintenance

Mental health

Physical Injuries

Case study

  • Health Behaviour programs

Increasing physical activity

Nutrition and weight loss

Tobacco Cessation

Substance Abuse Treatment

Case study

  • Health Screenings and maintenance programs

Preventative care screenings

Cancer screenings

Annual Examinations

Maintenance Programs

Case Study

  • Mental health programs

Stress management

Support groups

Counselling

Awareness and education

Case Study

  • Evaluate the need

Review current and previous programs

Environmental Factors

Common health conditions

Company information for employee health

Case study

  • Planning process

Health and wellness team or committee

Define goals

Budget

Programs and policies

Case study

  • Implementation

Get management support

Test it out

Get the word out

Incentives

Case study

  • A culture of wellness

Accessible Healthy eating options

Give them a break

Alcohol, Drug and Smoke-Free Work Environment

Eliminate Hazards

Case Study

  • Evaluate Results

Check the Results

Employee Satisfaction

Revise plans as necessary

Share Achievements

Case study

  • Topics not discussed

Post workshop overview

 

BOTi Essential Course – Health and Wellness at Work  Training: Course Duration

1 day/s

 

BOTi Essential Course – Health and Wellness at Work Training : Who should attend

This course is intended for anyone who wants to improve their health and wellness at work.

**Quote does not include Any Exam Fees (if applicable)

 

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Safety In The Workplace Course

Safety In The Workplace Course: Introduction

This course deals with identifying hazards and finding solutions for them and includes ways to make the workplace safe.

Safety In The Workplace Course :Course Outline

Health and safety legislation differs from country to country but all employers who live in countries where there is legislation – which is just about global – are legally obligated to provide a safe working environment for their employees. If employers cannot eliminate the hazard, it must be minimised. There are a number of ways employers can do this such as warning employees about hazards, using chemical sheets, codes, alarms and labels. Employers may also test air samples and provide medical tests and exams when necessary. An up to date record of injuries at work must be kept. Ergonomics improves productivity while decreasing the injury rate by teaching employees to put less strain on their bodies. Ergonomics includes factors like bending from the knees and lifting heavy objects with your legs. We discuss violence in the workplace as pertains to health and safety, we recommend attending the Violence in the Workplace workshop presented by us for a more comprehensive study of workplace violence. Violent behaviour in the workplace accounts for a quarter of work related deaths.TIP: An effective safety plan includes four fundamentals: Analysis: Identify and eliminate or reduce any hazards, reassess this regularly. Involvement: Both employees and managers need to be involved in the safety plan. Maintenance: Keep equipment maintained and train employees how to use them. Training: Train employees on different aspects of safety and hold emergency drills. A safe work environment can only be established if the hazards are known, regular inspections of the workplace are necessary for any changes and to make sure the policies and procedures are being followed. When hazards are identified it is important to prioritise them as immediate, serious or minor. Hazards and deficiencies must be reported, addressed and followed up on. The health and safety policy of the company should include company policy on alcohol and drug addiction. This could include a program or resources for employees and managers who need help. The company policy should include which substances are banned; drug testing parameters and the consequences for violating the policy. Many companies have a no tolerance policy accompanied with drug testing that may mean that if the policy is violated once the employee could be terminated immediately. Other companies send employees for rehabilitation after a first time positive, if the policy is violated a second time the employee is terminated. We end our workshop with a module showing participants how to write a safety plan for their company, including the role of management and of employees and how to make sure that accidents are properly investigated.

Key outcomes of the course include:
BOTI’s Program Outline

Component 1: Starting Out
• Activities to break the ice
• Housekeeping matters and administration
• The Parking Area
• program Objectives

Component 2: An Overview
• Work Safety as well as Health Legislations
• Roles & Duties
• Safety Planning

Component 3: Kinds of Hazards
• Computer Workstations
• Ergonomics
• Fire Prevention
• Fitness & Wellness
• Heat Stress
• Stress
• Violence

Component 4: Managers Role
• Promoting & Enforcing Safety Standards
• Corporate Culture
• Responsibilities
• Element of a Health and as well as Safety Program

Component 5: Training
• Reasons for Training
• Orientation
• Definition
• On the Job Training
• Safety Meetings
• Orientation
• Planning as well as Conducting a Training Session

Component 6: Dealing With Stress
• Altering
• Relaxation Techniques
• Utilizing Routines to Reduce Stress
• Avoiding
• Accepting

Component 7: Workplace Violence
• Exactly What is Workplace Violence?
• Identifying
• Addressing
• Implementing a Workplace Harassment Policy

Component 8: Identifying Your business Hazards
• Prioritizing Deficiencies
• Report & Following Up
• Conducting an Inspection

Component 9: Drug & Alcohol Abuse
• For staff members
• For Managers or Supervisors
• When to Address
• Implementing a “”No Tolerance”” Rule

Component 10: Writing the Safety Plan
• Management Involvement
• Responsibility
• worker Involvement
• Follow By Utilizing with Accident Investigations
• Training of staff members

Component 11: Implement the Plan
• Selecting an worker Representative
• Identifying Roles
• Assigning Responsibility
• Follow By Utilizing

Component 12: Concluding
• Wise Men’s words
• Assessment of Parking Area
• Key Learnings
• Evaluations as well as Completion Of activity Plans

Safety In The Workplace Course: Course Duration

1 day/s

Who should attend: Safety In The Workplace Course

Safety Officer course, also for employers and employees.

**Quote does not include Any Exam Fees (if applicable)

IMPORTANT ACTION: Do Not Wait To Improve Your Skills.  

Book Now By Completing Online Booking Form / Customised Proposal or Obtain Approval For Your Already Received Customised Proposal

Human Resource Management Course

Human Resource Management Course: Introduction

The face of Human Resources has changed drastically, we offer this course for all who need training in Human Resource management.

Human Resource Management Course :Course Outline

What used to be the personnel manager or even the payroll manager has blossomed in the last fifty or so years to become a specialized career of its own. Most companies these days have an established human resources department and a step beyond that are companies who have a corporate resources department of which human resources is a part. The key factors which influence human resources today are technology; globalization; demographics and contingent workforce management. As human resources has changed so has the way we manage our workforce, some current trends in human resources are onboarding employees and proactive recruitment which we have dealt with in previous workshops. This workshop will provide managers with the tools to control various human resources situations successfully, such as interviewing new employees, orientating of new employees, safety at work, harassment situations, discrimination, violence at work, discipline and termination of employees. We begin by teaching participants how to actively recruit new employees, from the initial interview to orientation, following up and retention of staff. We next discuss HR’s role in workplace health and safety and bring you up to date with the industry rules and regulations pertaining to several industries in South Africa. Also falling under health and safety are the policies regarding workplace bullying, harassment and violence. We discuss each employee’s personal role, and the role of HR and management in the company.TIP: Bulling is considered as intimidation or abuse of authority. Harassment is related to protected areas including: gender, age, race, religion, sexual orientation or disability. We move on to wellness trends in modern companies. This focuses on the employee as whole, when employees are fit and healthy they are less likely to be absent and more engaged and productive in their work. We will explore the concept of workplace wellness and how to promote in your company. Wellness addresses the physical, cognitive and psychological health of employees; this includes issues that can originate at work or at home.Feedback from employees and management is also a significant part of HR. We will explore different feedback models as well some ways to make your feedback effective and encouraging. The performance review and the feedback sandwich are examples of formal feedback. Informal feedback is done privately as you never criticize an employee in front of others, the flip side is positive feedback which is also done privately, recognition for work properly applied or a small reward for overall performance are two examples. Lastly we look at HR’s role in discipline. We discuss general discipline procedures, progressive discipline and discipline meetings. We round off by discussing termination of employees, documenting events, making a decision and communicating the decision to the employee. To reserve your spot in this course please contact us at 011 882 8853 or 072 630 4789.

Key outcomes of the course include:
BOTI’s Program Outline

Component 1: Starting Out
• Activities to break the ice
• Housekeeping matters and administration
• The Parking Area
• program Objectives

Component 2: A History of Human Resources
• A Brief History
• Exactly What is Human Resources Today?

Component 3: The Interview Process
• The General Format
• Kinds of Queries
• Do’s as well as Do Nots

Component 4: worker Orientation
• The Orientation Process
• The Role of Management as well as the Role of Human Resources
• Tips as well as Tricks

Component 5: Following Up with brand new staff members
• Daily Checklist for the First Week
• Following Up at the End of the Week
• Weeks as well as Months Later

Component 6: Workplace Safety
• Comprehending Your Role as well as Responsibilities
• Comprehending Local Rules
• Comprehending Industry-particular Rules

Component 7: Working with Harassment as well as Discrimination
• A Manager’s Responsibility
• Kinds of Workplace Discrimination
• Defining Harassment
• An Employer’s Responsibility

Component 8: Workplace Violence
• Defining Violence
• An Employer’s Responsibility
• A Manager’s Responsibility

Component 9: Controlling worker Performance
• Choosing the Time as well as Place For suggestions
• Kinds of worker Appraisals
• Utilizing the suggestions Sandwich
• Encouraging Growth as well as Development

Component 10: Disciplining staff members
• Comprehending Your Role
• Comprehending Your Choices
• Having the Meeting
• Following Up

Component 11: Terminating staff members
• Making the Decision
• Preparing for the Decision
• Documenting Events
• Communicating the Decision

Component 12: Concluding
• Wise Men’s words
• Assessment of Parking Area
• Key Learnings
• Evaluations as well as Completion Of activity Plans

Human Resource Management Course: Course Duration

1 day/s

Who should attend: Human Resource Management Course

This course is intended for employees and managers in HR.

**Quote does not include Any Exam Fees (if applicable)

IMPORTANT ACTION: Do Not Wait To Improve Your Skills.  

Book Now By Completing Online Booking Form / Customised Proposal or Obtain Approval For Your Already Received Customised Proposal

Employee Recognition Course

Employee Recognition Course: Introduction

We teach participants in this course how to recognise the achievements of their employees.

Employee Recognition Course :Course Outline

  • Walmart have a particularly good program for employee recognition.
  • They guard their secrets with their very lives, but it is possible to find out how Walmart does it, and how you could emulate their program.
  • We have all seen the ‘free recognition’ memes on Facebook and other social platforms. The Employee of the Month photo on the big whiteboard which, while pronouncing Ben to be the employee of the month, also sports a litany of messages to Ben, all of which are funny. See what they did right there?
  • The original stodgy Employee of the Month award nobody looks at twice, is now examined by everybody working at that Walmart and everybody on social networks who see the post.
  • Ben isn’t just getting a high five from his team leader, his colleagues have injected humour and elevated the recognition from something pertaining to one store in one town to a global market.
  • That’s good PR, but then again, Walmart are known for it.
  • Anyway, Walmart levels of recognition are what we are aiming to teach you.
  • In this workshop we will teach you to assess the type of Employee Recognition program your company needs, we will show you how to train leaders to recognize their employees.
  • You will know when and where recognition is needed and we will give you the skills to maintain your employee recognition program.
  • We will kick things off by examining the different types of incentives will best suit your company, your budget and your employees.
  • In module three we will help you design a program appropriate to your company.
  • We all know what the SMART method is, we will now introduce the SMART format. This is an acronym for Sincere, Meaningful, Adaptable, Relevant and Timely.
  • The most important consideration must be the budget, you do not want to implement a reward program this year only to withdraw it next year due to budget constraints.
  • TIP: A great idea for on the spot recognition would be providing managers with company cards. The goal of employee recognition is to increase the repetition of desirable behaviour, so the reward must fit whatever is being recognized. The team leader on a gold mine shift would require a very different sort of recognition; especially one that fits with his culture.
  • We wrap our workshop up by introducing a few ideas for small gestures of recognition that will be applicable to any company. We tell you when to roll out the red carpet and last but not least we end with a list of don’ts and maintenance of your program.

Detailed Course Outline

1. Introduction
Workshop objectives

2. Types of incentives
Safety incentives
Years of service
Productivity
Attendance and wellness
Case study

3. Designing Employee Recognition Programs
Purpose
Employee involvement
Budget
Keep it simple
Case study

4. How to get the word spread
Be creative with designs
Paper the walls
Use social media
Go mobile

5. It starts from the top
Identifying desirable behaviours
Understanding the goals of the company
Setting guidelines
Providing recognition templates
Case study

6. Creating a culture of recognition
Keep your staff informed
Empower employees with peer to peer recognition
Teambuilding: Encourage camaraderie
Motivate by promoting fun
Case study

7. The best things in life are free
Spotlight employees in staff meetings
Write it down
Display your appreciation
Make work more comfortable
Case study

8. A small gesture goes a long way
Have a party
Make a game of it
Reward with a small gift
Give them a break
Case study

9. Pulling out the red carpet
Have an awards ceremony
Win Large items
Vacation
Career Advancement
Case study

10. The Don’ts of employee recognition
The art of the high five
Don’t let it become boring
Recognition program
Make sure the reward is motivational
Case study

11. Maintaining the program
Change the membership
Include in employee orientation
Keep marketing
Annual awards ceremonies
Case study

12. Topics not discussed
Post workshop overview

Employee Recognition Course: Course Duration

1 day

Who should attend: Employee Recognition Course

This course is intended for Human Resources personnel and managers.

IMPORTANT ACTION: Do Not Wait To Improve Your Skills.  

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