This is an important matter that should never be taken lightly or left to chance by any small business owner. It is true that in many instances due to the nature of the business and the low staff turnover, if any, they are not always mandated to provide premises safety training in accordance with laid down legislation, whether on a local (municipal) or national (federal) government level. Hazmat training, in many cases for medium sized businesses, will be mandated.
It is especially the case for large scale industrial complexes. The best advice to offer the layman at this stage is to preferably stay on the good side of the law. Even if you are a small business operator and you are not legally mandated to institute security or safety training as per the Hazmat methodologies, you could encounter consequential problems further on. For instance, and unfortunately it continues to happen, long after an in store or on site accident, a customer or client’s attorney could be sending you a legal claim.
The arguments in place will be sound, of that you can be certain. A number of security and safety omissions on your part will have been noted and recorded. None of this needs to happen. Do not wait to be told what to do. Act responsibly on your own behalf. Act on behalf of those who work for you, and act on behalf of those who are giving you their business. The training does not need to pull you away from work.
Workshops are as short as just one day and are even conducted online. And really, ladies and gentlemen, what is one day out of the other three hundred and sixty four.