Sep 03

Kanda Optical Franchise Available In Different Parts Of Canada

444Kanda Opticals one of the top store for opticals shopping in your city with all the latest brands, we believe in providing the top most eye optics for our customers that best fits in your budget. Being established since 1990 we have maintained our customer relationship by giving the best service to the customers.

We have discount offer been avail on the prescribed lenses by giving 50 % on the other optical purchasing from Kanda Optical. Being in the market of service providing for eye care we have been to able to locate our stores at all possible location for more convenience of our customers. We at Kanda Optical are having the well experienced and well educated staff who take care of the customer requirements and serve with the best eye wear that suit their personality and give them a look that satisfy the customer with clear vision.

Kanda optical is having more then 31 branded products in eye frames, sunglasses, lenses and many more before providing the product to the customer our staff analyses by conducting certain tests so that the vision is been made more clear and a better service is been rendered.

We are known even franchising our development through the GTA , we have been succeeding even in establishing strong clientele relationship. We make it easy for our investors and franchiser to get set with all possible resources that are essential to start with the Store, we make our franchiser to get the experience of the entrepreneur. We have our distributors located at various locations delivering the requirements of our customers and client’s without approaching the third party.

We are already being running with 10 stores in the city along with a centrally located Kanda Optical Laboratory, where we even make appointments available for various tests for the patients. At our laboratory we have all the latest technology where you get the analyzed report of your vision so that your product is delivered that gets you a clear vision.

Basically there are variety of frames, sunglasses, lenses etc does has different shades so we at kanda optical consider this shade as per your looks and the sustaining capacity of your eyes. We have kept ourself with the learning and implementation of new technology that is been used in checking the eye”s so that while rendering the service we don”t face any kind situation that could bother you from purchasing the right glasses , frames etc all this service is been rendered in very less span of time. Our Stores are been located in the places where in it will be easy for our customers to walk in and pick the best eye wear’s. Quality provided by us does last for a long time is been proved with a positive feedback from the existing customers.

Making our customers visit again when it comes to optical eye wear”s.

Oct 01

What Has Changed Recently With Marketing?

These 5 Tips Will Help You Explode Your MLM Business If you want to grow a huge business you will need to consider 5 key things. Something needs to give if you are not making as much money as you would like. Working with the things that you already know will only allow someone to make $100 a month, but that is just not enough for you. In 2 days you can see the results of the better way to do things. The Five Factors of MLM Marketing that MUST Exist to Make a Great Income These are not optional things.
What Has Changed Recently With Marketing?
Learn to be an expert.
A Simple Plan: Experts
You need to be an expert in more than MLM marketing products. You need to be the expert of your audience. Do you know what they need and want from you? Do you know what they need to join your business? Who is the target market? For example why would you want a 21 year old college student on your team if you are marketing health products? The 21 year old has not developed an attachment to your product so they are unlikely to stay on your team. Have you noticed the emotional attachment of good distributors? Distributors who got the results that they wanted out of the product consistently use them. This is the best way to do recruiting. Looking at and getting to know your ideal audience will help you better reach them and convey your message. Conveying your message will be easy if you get to know your ideal audience. Exposure to the masses will be easy if you use the right tools. Why is it that over the last few years sales presentations have been doing fantastic. Sales presentations should be a requirement for all marketing. They are a cheap and easy way to get in front of your target market. Your telephone can be used as a mastery tool. Even though the telephone may be a bit overwhelming, it must be used to grow your business effectively. If you want to grow substantially this is extremely important. If you could sign on 2 people a day that is 10 people per week. The internet can be your most valuable tool so you need to know how to use it. Before the internet can really benefit you, you must know how to use if effectively. Having a website is not enough. You need to know what to have on the website, how it should be organized and how to reach out to your market. Convey your written message well. It is possible to get customers without ever even talking to anyone. Imagine getting customers while you aren’t even trying just by having a great sales letter? Growing your business larger is easy in MLM marketing. Growing as a marketer is the key. Just know the roadmap of the step by step procedure. That is hopefully what you have gotten from this article.

Sep 08

The Essentials of Lawyers – The Basics

Important Things To Consider When Selecting The Best Law Firm Do you have issues about legal procedures? If you are searching for a list of good law firm, you will most probably find one if you search for it on the internet. A lot of people would prefer to be very particular with the law firm’s offered services. They will undoubtedly want the kind of service that gives full support and that which is cost effective. However, this may not be possibly unless they will first identify which law firm will be able to handle the concerns you are faced with. With that said, you should be able to know which firm to choose if you keep in mind the following useful tips. It is not unusual for you to find a lot of firms on the internet that claims that they are the best one but you should always remember that not all of these firms are reliable. It will only make you waste a lot of your time and money if you chose a firm that is not really prepared to assist you with your concern in a professional way or in a way that you expect them to. In any case, here are some very useful pointers to get you started without having to worry about such experiences. A good law firm can be identified by asking them if they have an extensive service menu. Firms may only specialize in some legal concerns. Some firms are best only at divorce filing while some of them are best only when it comes to personal injury cases. This is the reason why it should be best for a law firm if they can offer their clients with an extensive amount of services that will surely suit the clients’ needs. This is a solid proof for the company that they will really do business with their clients in a very serious way. Aside from that, it will also offer total convenience especially for those people who have at least two legal issues. If there is a single site that offers certain services, then you should consider that to be a good firm. This is a huge help in saving you time and effort as compared to when you have to search everywhere again for another legal expert. Full support towards the welfare of the client should be a huge factor for any legal issues. Usually, there will be personal needs that the clients may ask in which the law firm should also be able to provide. For example, people with grave threats will definitely need to be provided with security personnel. Meanwhile, law firms may also fix the paperwork that are needed for hearing procedures, if any. These are just a few examples where a law firm is able to fully support a client.Learning The Secrets About Lawyers

Lessons Learned from Years with Professionals

Jul 03

Start your Internet Marketing Home Based Business

There are various reasons why there are many individuals who want to start their own home-based Internet marketing business. Some are saying that the amount of money that they are earning from Internet marketing is higher compared to their monthly salary from their regular work. It even comes to a point that they are earning money similar to or more than the salary of their managers and department heads! This is relatively true, since there are Internet marketers who are earning as much as a hundred thousands of dollars within a month.

Other reasons that these Internet marketers may include in their list are their differences with their respective bosses, spending more time with their spouses and children, the chance of traveling which is virtually impossible if they are just ordinary employees, the chance for an improved quality of life, and others. There may be other reasons behind their determination to start and continue their home-based Internet marketing business, but these are all under a single theme.

All individuals starting their home-based business really look for one thing—and that is FREEDOM!

If you have your own home-based Internet marketing business, you will gain freedom from the pressure of your work. There will be no boss who will tell you what you need to do and what you need not to do. There will be no alarm clock that will wake you up and go to your dead-end work that does not pay you enough to let you do what you want to do. You will be able to tell your children that all of you will be going to Disneyland during Yuletide season because you have enough money. You will be able to watch your favorite musicals or play your favorite sport since you do not have work to attend to.

Yes, it is about money. However, if you do not have the freedom with the things that you want to do and you always act as if you are a robot who will follow everything for the sake of earning more money for your family. By starting your own home-based Internet marketing business, you will be able to ditch your boss, your bedside alarm clock, those coats and ties that you wear, the gripping clients, and other pressures that prevents you to enjoy your work.

There was once an Internet marketer who confirms that the freedom offered by home-based Internet marketing business is really fantastic. He starts his day at 10 o’clock in the morning, going to his “office” on his favorite lay-around-the-house clothes. After doing all of his Internet marketing-related task in the morning, he will sleep again and will wake up at around 4 o’clock in the afternoon, do some grocery shopping on the nearby grocery store, and checking his personal computer unit if there were any updates with regards to the deals he had made early in the morning. He can do all of this because he is the boss and in-charge of his home-based business. There was no real potential loss since he can make it up on the next day.

That is freedom—even in the strangest way possible. You do what you want or what you need to do without asking permission or worry about what will happen to your pay slip if you leave work earlier… or probably take a day or two off completely.

However, there are few individuals who realize the benefit of freedom in starting a home-based Internet marketing business. Most of Internet marketers just sign up on a particular Internet marketing program and make all the money that they could.

Another freedom that you will enjoy in starting you home based Internet marketing business is carrying your “office” on other locations aside from your bedroom or the basement of your house. Even you are in Disneyland, the coastal areas of Florida, or in the casino haven of Las Vegas, you will be able to close deals and earn lots of deals. You will feel more relaxed if in between your relaxation or vacation on other places, you are thinking of a business that is giving you salary no matter what you are doing.

Start your home-based Internet marketing business now and declare yourself to be the BOSS—doing what you love to do without the fear of being FIRED and LOSING!

Jul 03

Shake Shake Scale – Economic Growth

Growthmania, the need to scale up, is the American spirit of blossoming. From business, entertainment, living style to science and research, Americans always see everything big. From them I learnt how important it is to design products for mass scale production.

When Europeans arrived in this gigantic island since the 15th century, they got wealthy very fast. Land was free, vast forests gave them animals to hunt, wood for home building; there were many kinds of minerals like coal and oil to extract. They over-powered the native population and became the first industrialised capitalistic society. It’s possible that because the large immigrant population combined to form one continent-like country speaking one language, the feeling of scale is embedded in Americans. For six centuries now the world recognises bigness to be their culture.

I was recently watching Michael Jackson’s last rehearsals for his comeback concerts in London in 2007. After his shocking death, the rehearsals became a famous documentary film called “This is it.” The enormity of the rehearsal preparation is unbelievable. He had advertised for and auditioned the best dancers from across the globe, then invited the rapturous chosen ones to join him in performance. The large scale and global dimension of this rehearsal, its high quality routines, maintenance of clockwork discipline, hundreds of people controlling the stage lights and settings, and Jackson’s passion for perfection, is great entertainment by itself. The public would never have seen this in the actual performance. Only those present as participants during rehearsals would have enjoyed this phenomenon of the King of Pop’s gigantic practice sessions.

Another American example is of a Xerox corporation sales person, the first from a poor Jewish family to go to college, who then joined a Swedish drip coffee maker manufacturer called Hammerplast. In 1981, he was curious to know why a fledgling whole bean coffee shop in Seattle had ordered so many plastic cone filters from Hammerplast. Impressed with this client’s passion and knowledge of coffee, he joined them as Marketing Director the next year. On a business trip to Italy’s Milan he noted that almost every street or public square had espresso coffee cafes that people frequented for social or official meetings. Italy boasted of some 200,000 such cafes across the country. Returning to Seattle he tried persuading his employers to adopt the cafe concept, but they were not interested. Fired by the coffee retail business he totally believed in, he took a gamble to become an entrepreneur. His enthusiasm was such that even his previous employer gave him $ 100,000 to start business. By 1986 he raised $400,000 to open his first store, and two years later bought his previous employer’s coffee shop and brand name for $3.8 million. This big dreamer is Howard Schultz, CEO of Starbucks. He aggressively grew and expanded Starbucks from the US to 40 countries.

Jul 03

Google Free payment processing

Google has been offering free payment processing to Internet merchants since they launched Google Checkout almost two years ago. Merchants get free credit and debit card processing when they also use Google Adwords, a direct marketing service that displays paying advertiser’s names alongside search results. Aneace Haddad, chairman & founder of Welcome Real-time asks: Could a marketing subsidised payment processing model work for physical face-to-face transactions as well? Could an acquirer offer free payment processing? Not just cheap and very low margin services (where they’re headed to already, due to pressure on acquirer fees and interchange litigation around the world) but free, without charge.

Wired Magazine recently did a cover story titled Free! Why $0.00 is the future of business. ‘A decade and a half into the great online experiment, the last debates over free versus pay online are ending,’ writes editor-in-chief Chris Anderson. ‘In 2007 The New York Times went free; this year, so will much of The Wall Street Journal. Once a marketing gimmick, free has emerged as a full-fledged economy. Offering free music proved successful for Radiohead, Trent Reznor of Nine Inch Nails, and a swarm of other bands on MySpace that grasped the audience-building merits of zero. The fastest-growing parts of the gaming industry are ad-supported casual games online and free-to-try massively multiplayer online games. Virtually everything Google does is free to consumers, from Gmail to Picasa to GOOG-411’.

Kevin Kelly, another Internet guru who has also written about the economics of free: ‘Ads are widely regarded as the solution, almost the ONLY solution, to the paradox of the free. Most of the suggested solutions I’ve seen for overcoming the free involve some measure of advertising.’

How does Google’s free payment processing model work? For every dollar merchants spend advertising on Google each month, they can process ten dollars in sales the following month for free. Merchants normally pay around 25 cents to process 10 dollars of sales, so merchants are in effect getting a 25 cent discount on ever dollar spent on Google Adwords. Google hopes that by being a trusted intermediary, they can reduce the number of purchase transactions that are abandoned when customers are uncomfortable giving up their credit card information to a merchant. In turn, this would result in more shoppers buying from Google’s AdWords clients and more merchants spending marketing dollars on AdWords.

A Deloitte study shows how Google views the entire shopping experience as a continuum from the first search through to the final purchase, which enables Google to envelop the payment transaction within the shopping context. ‘Because search-to-purchase firms make their money primarily from merchant advertising fees, rather than on transactions, the potential profits are much greater. The profit margin for solving the merchants’ commerce problems and delivering new customers and/or closed sales is two to three times that of the payments transaction fee. Data shows merchants will pay between 7–9% for delivery of a sale vs. 2% for merely processing the payment’.

How would this look in the physical world? Imagine an acquirer offering merchants the following, ‘For every dollar you spend delivering targeted promotions when a credit or debit card is used in your stores, you can enjoy free processing on 10 dollars in sales.’ Let’s look at the impact on the acquirer’s margins. Take the same one-dollar paid by the merchant for targeted marketing services, and the same 25 cents of processing fees waived on a 10-dollar transaction. In this scenario, the acquirer earns 75 cents on that 10-dollar transaction instead of 25 cents. That’s three times more revenue. Since normal acquiring fees are primarily made up of interchange that goes to the issuing bank, the impact on net margins is much higher. Some of the numbers I’ve been playing with show that an acquirer’s net margins can be five to eight times greater with free payment processing. So this model is even more lucrative for a traditional acquirer working with mainstream physical merchants than it is for Google with Internet merchants.

Things are not all rosy for Google Checkout. Small merchants might not worry a whole lot about letting Google manage the relationship with their customers, but large Internet merchants like and eBay want to have a direct relationship with customers and don’t want Google in the middle (to complicate matters, eBay is a key Google advertising account, yet refuses to offer Google Checkout, preferring instead its own competing payment service, PayPal). Acquirer banks don’t face these challenges in the physical space, where merchants almost never know the customer anyway, unless a loyalty card is used.

One big challenge that acquirers do face is the ability to think differently and to position themselves in the marketing world. Most acquirers are tired of playing in a low margin, commoditised market and many have successfully added new services that generate more profitable revenues from merchants. So they are already going in this direction. It could be a matter of time before an acquirer decides that it would be better to provide payment processing services for free and make money elsewhere, rather than competing with cheaper and cheaper providers.

Wired’s Chris Anderson says ‘there is a huge difference between cheap and free. Give a product away and it can go viral. Charge a single cent for it and you’re in an entirely different business, one of clawing and scratching for every customer’.

Google seems to want to move into the physical world too, starting with Google Maps on petrol pumps that provide drivers information on hotels, restaurants and other local merchants, plus coupons to get you to go to those merchants.

Jul 03

British and European Job Market

When looking for jobs within the boundaries of Europe, the location can make all the difference in terms of payment and prospects for employment.

In Great Britain employment rates can be seen to improve within the previous years. Currently much economic growth is concentrated in the South-East whereas regional unemployment rates are higher in northern England, Scotland, Northern Ireland and Wales. According to the latest report of the Human Resource Management, unemployment rate in the UK stands at 5.7% which went down by 1.5% over the course of a year. As a result there are currently 617,000 more people employed this year compared to the previous ones. Furthermore, average wages were perceived to rise by 1.8% over the year; the yearly standard pay is identified as 26,500 pounds, with the hourly minimum wage for over 21-year-olds being £6.50. Inflation as measured by the consumer price index is predicted to be around 1.2pc at the end of 2015 which will help to increase the value of wages. According to the Jobs Economic report on living standards, the tendency for prices to rise faster than wages is coming to an end. The job vacancy rate currently stands at 2.4 % which is one of the highest in the European Union, however, at the worse end of the market, workers still face continued pressure from their employers to accept low wages and zero-hours contracts. However, the outcome of the upcoming general elections will certainly influence the face of the British job market. The Conservatives promise to raise the minimum wage to £6.70 so no one on minimum wage who works 30 hours a week will pay income tax. Labour sets the bar higher and pledges the minimum wage to be £8 by 2019 and vows to provide more rights to employees such as the right to receive a fixed hour contract.

In Europe the state of the job market can be seen to vary from country to country. The employment rate, possibilities and wages decrease as we go from Western to Eastern countries. Generally speaking, in the EU-28 the un-employment rate is 9.8% which went down by 0.45% during the course of a year. Among the Member States, the lowest unemployment rates in 2015 were recorded in Germany (4.8 %) and Austria (5.3 %), and the highest in Greece (26.0 %) and Spain (23.2 %). The approximate job vacancy rate stands at 1.8% in the euro area and 1.7% in the EU-28. The minimum wage is also quite varied and can be seen to range from 2208 euro (£1584) to 23,076 euro (£16,527) per year. Job market policy is perceived to be in constant shift and the EU is continually improving the labour market. Among the many goals are: modernising and strengthening labour market institutions, especially employment services and removing obstacles to worker mobility across Europe. In comparison, currently it seems that the UK provides better employment circumstances than continental Europe. However, for more details it is worth looking at member countries individually which can be done through the eurostat’s website. Also, it is beneficial to keep in mind that the upcoming elections can influence the current state of the British job market.

Jul 03

The tips to be remembered when hiring a Marquee Home Business

When you want to select a venue that is perfect for your corporate exhibition or an event there are numerous aspects which you should take into consideration, if you are in a dilemma to hire a marquee for corporate meeting or an exhibition hall. You should also ensure that the venue offers good links for transportation, for both the staff members who is in charge to run the event and guests. Ensure whether all the things that is required for a meeting is available in the venue which is inclusive of access to the internet, event space which is required, capabilities of the audio visual information, and display units of the exhibition.

Different types of marquee hire:

There are numerous types of marquee hires and some of them are as follows:

• Wedding marquee
• Corporate marquee

Points to remember at the time of hiring a marquee:

Be aware of the number of persons you are inviting:

The first thing what you should do is to make the count of the number of heads or you should have an estimate at least. You should also be clear that the place is not congested and over filled with people. In the same manner the one which is huge with very less guests will resemble a ghost town. Thus if you know the exact number of guests then it will be easy to find the best marquee along with the help which is obtained from the company who hire the service.

Book the marquee well before:

It is not the right decision to go in to the hiring company at the last minute especially if you want to book the marquee in the season that is busy, it is not really advisable to wait for long time before you make the booking. Usually the busiest time in which a marquee is hired is in the summer. The top priority should be given to the hiring company for getting a feeling that you are stressed out.

The requirement of the extras:

By the time you fill in with the above tips you will be very clear the purpose for which you are hiring the marquee such as the corporate meetings. The marquee which you choose will absolutely be the one which you are in need of. There are various options in hiring a marquee they can be hired separately or along with the package the items such as the food, furniture etc… can be inclusive in it. The companies who do this service is well experienced in this field thus if you want a marquee for corporate they will be in a position to provide you with the one which is much suited for you. So mention all the things which you need to the members of the company to get the best service from them.


If you want to discuss the details with the marquee company the first and foremost thing which you have to do is to make the budget. The options can be narrowed if you have a specific budget in mind.

Jul 03

7 Pointers to Help You Nail Consistency

Do you nail it when it comes to your product or service offerings? How compelling is your offering? Are you clear, concise, and, most important, consistent? Regardless of your business, this article will give you some pointers to nail it.

I was getting my manicure and pedicure the other day. The nail technician/owner, Min, offered me several cards. He asked, “Which manicure do you want today?”

He handed me several cards and each one outlined the difference and price between the services.

As my manicure started, I began thinking about the many nail salons where I have had my nails done. I could not recall any of them prior to this handing me cards (like a menu) to help me select my service. Yes, sometimes various services are listed on a board, or tucked away in a brochure, or described verbally…but this was different.

So, curious, I asked him, “What’s the reason for defining the numerous choices in such a thorough manner?” and “How does it work for you?”

We conversed for nearly an hour about his business philosophies and I gleaned some valuable pointers that could apply to any product or service offering.

He explained the benefits of his method:

1. Every client gets the same quality service. Min wanted me to understand that even when a client selects the least expensive service, the quality is parallel to the most expensive choice. Does every client consistently get the same quality of your service or products?

2. Consistency is the key to success. We have heard this many times. McDonald’s success is defined by the company’s ability to be consistent, regardless of where you access their products. What do you do to ensure consistency occurs in your business?

3. Create an elegant and easy upsell. He placed the choices in front of me. Each manicure choice increased the length of time for the service. The basic did not include warm towels or a paraffin wax. He provided an easy opportunity to give his clients more. What can you offer to provide your clients the little extra? How can you make it easy for the clients to consider which option best fits their needs and wants?

4. Give your customer choices and let them decide. Thinking ahead to anticipate your client needs and desires will help you increase your business and give your clients the opportunity to make the best selection. Let them contemplate what will work best for them. If you are a service provider, give your client what they ask for and then think ahead to what else they might want.

5. Make it easy to train your new employees or team members by writing down your options. Even in the very large companies, there is often a caveat or practice that is left to interpretation. When you offer products or services, make sure the options are clearly identified in writing. Small businesses tend to skip this step, which often leads to preventable troubles down the road.

6. Ensure that your client understands what they are buying – what is included and what is not. If you have a physical product, this is easier to accomplish. In the case of service providers, it is critical to detail what your fees include and additional preferences that your client may want as an add-on.

7. Eliminate the temptation of favoritism. Min explained that he did not want his nail technicians to be influenced by favorite clients or big tippers. He proactively avoids this from happening by determining in advance the various service levels.

In other words, everyone gets the same level of selected service.

Follow these seven pointers on consistency in your business and you will ‘nail’ it just as Min has.

Jul 03

How to Get What You Need to Succeed in Your Home Business

We do have experience. Just because the Internet or marketing business may be new to us, does not mean total novice “newbie” personally or professionally. It doesn’t mean that we do not have the ability to learn what to do to make it work if there does happen to be areas that we may be ‘challenged’ in. Today, we are the sum total of all that we have experienced or learned so far in our lives. We should consider every situation or transaction to be ‘stepping-stones’ – significant pages in our little black book of experience. All experiences can be conducive to your eventual success if we keep an open mind and see things rightly.

We should be aware of the resources that we do have. We should know what assets we have and where they are in our head, so that we can get to them in any situation. If we just take time to think we could figure out what to do. ‘Thinking on your feet’ being an art that comes with experience to the degree that you gain confidence from your accomplishments.

We should never accept feeling that we can’t do something because we don’t measure up in this department or that department!? If we truly want to do something we will learn how – we will search until we find the way. We will try different things and find that somethings work and some don’t at any given time. The things that don’t work are in every way as much of a lesson than learning to do something right.

It’s all character building in how we handle the twists and turns. If we land on our feet it will usually be because we were really engaged in our business and taking it seriously. When a big wave came we rode it out and we had contingency plans. In fact ‘when the world gave us lemons, we made lemonade’.

On the other hand, obstacles may have presented themselves and at the time we were not able to overcome them. If we have made a mistake, it’s ok, because a ‘mistake is not a failure’ necessarily. We can just pick up the pieces and keep them all together; so that we can refer to them in the future should an opportunity arise where we believe and/or know it is a better time to start a home business than it may have been on the last attempt. Ever ‘Onward and Upward!’

Jul 03

SSSTS Training: Training Courses on Safety for Workers

The safety training for workers is a starting point for a mandatory in the company rule immune from any administrative sanctions and above all safe for employees. The Consolidated Law on safety at work gives ample space to the management of training courses on safety for workers, in particular, the safety courses are required and at the expense of the employer.
In general all aspects concerning workers, and specifically their training, are defined by the law which provides for the frequency of training courses precise spanning different areas relating not only to safety in construction but also in the management of contracts and in offices. Training workers, therefore, concerns many aspects of safety, defined within the SSSTS courses.
The program of the course includes:

• Circumstances of the accident and communication with the 911.

• Recognize health emergency.

• Assessment of psychological and physical conditions of the injured worker.

• Basic knowledge of anatomy and physiology of the cardiovascular and respiratory, skeletal and potential trauma that can be (dislocations, fractures, trauma, and injury).

• Sustaining life functions: cardiac massage and artificial respiration.

• Limitations and risks of first aid.

• General knowledge on specific diseases of the working environment;

• Practical intervention: first aid techniques, resuscitation and displacement.

Training for workers in SSSTS course

• The SSSTS training embraces many aspects relating to safety at work, the training of workers is defined the SMSTS course. This course defines through the various points, that:

• Training is the responsibility of the employer.

• Training must be regular and in some cases also provides refresher courses

• In addition to theoretical training, it is provided in the most specific practical training to be carried out in collaboration with experienced directly in the workplace.

• Duration, content and mode of delivery of training (if any online courses) are established.

• There is specific training for people who have to take action in case of emergencies or who have roles of responsibility.

• The training and the resulting certificate must be done in collaboration with a joint body.

These rules that determine the formation of an employee by the figure covering, since there are special training courses for SSTS, SMSTS, and first aiders or fire, or as specified are intended for specific training courses just because of the particularities of the role.
The penalties provided for
As with all aspects of safety at work, even in the event of default on the training of workers are planned sanctions to meet by the employer. In fact, according to the law, the employer is responsible for training of their employees, not only economically.
The employer should make sure that each employee gets sufficient training on health and safety, including with regard to language skills, with particular reference to:

a) The concepts of risk, damage, prevention, protection, organization of corporate prevention, rights and duties of the various corporate entities, supervisory, control, assistance;

b) Risks related to the duties and the possible damage and the resulting measures and procedures for prevention and protection characteristic of the industry or sector of belonging company.

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