Training and development | Applied Sciences homework help

Most companies do not have unlimited funds for workplace hazard training. How can companies decide which training topics should be addressed? Should the rest of the hazards be relegated to “the cost of doing business?” Share with the class any experience you have in fighting for a safety training budget.
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Nicole:

A company should not need to pay anyone to teach a class about slips, trips, and falls for example. A trainer in the company can teach this type of class But, the major problem in many workplaces is properly disposing of hazardous chemicals this issue is a major concern. Business should spend their money on a certified professional to train employees on the proper use of chemicals and disposal of chemicals. This is a way that can help the cost of doing business by making sure the cost is spent on high-priority training. I have no experience in fighting for a safety training budget.