Multi-sector recruiter Barker Ross has invested over £20,000 into an e-training programme for temporary workers to ensure their safety in the food, agriculture, logistics, waste and industrial sectors.
The firm is looking to counteract the fact that temporary workers have less access to training than those on permanent contracts.
Clients will have access to training documents and information on the courses as well as individual details for each worker.
Tim Sutcliffe, director at Barker Ross Industrial, says: “These training courses are not designed to see if workers pass or fail, but rather to equip them with the information they need to operate safely and effectively on site.
“We want our clients to be confident that we are sending them the best people for the job.”