Orientation to workOCCUPATIONAL WORK CAPACITY CAPABILITIES 4/6
Orientation refers to measures that help an employee...
To learn to know the workplace
To learn to know the colleagues and customers
To learn his/her tasks, to know the expectations of his/her work and his/her own responsibilities in the entire work community
The orientation also applies to common working methods and cooperative relationships at the workplace. Orientation ensures that the employee adopts safe working practices and the common practices of the workplace.
Orientation is an ongoing activity at the workplace. The employees must also be oriented with changing tasks and their skills must be developed.
Employees have the right to orientation and guidance that supports working. Remember to stick to your rights by asking and obtaining information relative to your work. Also, voice your own ideas to improve occupational safety.