Everyone needs training and to have their job duties or tasks explained to them. Your employer should first
explain your job duties, then show you what to do. If you have a good understanding of these tasks, you
should be able to explain the tasks back to your supervisor. Once you can do this, try to perform the tasks
under supervision - at least for the first few times - to be sure that you understand all the details.
Remember, if you don't understand any instructions, it's okay to ask
questions. Understanding instructions means that you will have a much greater chance of doing the work
properly and safely.
Report Anything That Doesn't Seem Right
When something happens at work, and you don't think its been handled correctly, or you see something that
doesn't seem safe, don't be afraid to report it. Your Personnel or Human Resources Department should have
the form(s) you need to file a report or talk to your Health & Safety Committee Representative. [ More about...]