HSW for the administrative employee
We invite you to undertake compulsory training in the field of occupational safety and health, organized in the form of self-directed education, in accordance with the Ordinance of the Minister of Economy and Labor of 27 July 2004 on compulsory OSH training (Journal of Laws of 2004, No. 180 , item 1860 with later amendments).
The training is addressed to administrative and office staff, in particular to:
- secretaries, assistants, stewards, sales representatives,
- employees of scientific research units,
- employees whose work involves daily use of the car (eg. marketing staff)
This training is therefore designed for administrative and office workers employed in:
- production, trading, and service companies
- offices and institutions,
- schools, universities and other educational institutions,
- scientific research units
- cultural institutions
who in their daily work use visual display units or are at risk of assault, robbery.
The training of persons employed in administrative and office posts subject to periodic training should be conducted at least once every six years, except that the first periodic training must be completed within one year after starting work at these posts.
Participants, after paying a fee, have access to e-learning and training program for 30 days. The training ends with an examination to verify the learner’s knowledge and the ability to organize work in accordance with health and safety regulations.
In case of registering a larger number of participants for the training, please contact us by email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
If necessary, in accordance with applicable regulations, we provide the opportunity of individual consultations by e-mail.
After completing the training, taking the exam (max 3 attempts) and earining a minimum of 60% score during the examination, the participant will receive a certificate of completion of the training in the field of occupational safety and health, identical to that of the stationary training, valid throughout the country, honored by the National Labor Inspectorate and other bodies of state supervision of working conditions.