Month: June 2013

70% Of Internet users rely on the information on the network. According to marketing.es, the deep mistrust that had for some years around Online data has disappeared. There are still some major barriers, as the increasingly widespread, electronic trade, but still, with many detractors. The report argues that more than 80% of consumer consultation network, before buying, while only 14% is decided on the basis of the information obtained through traditional channels. Sites that collect feedback on services, products, companies, etc.

They have flourished in recent years and have become a factor decisivio when deciding the purchase, in many cases, replacing the traditional word of mouth. But what initially was a great help to the consumer, today may have become a trap. It is usually easy to detect fraudulent products or companies, but when it comes to hiring more subjective services, – a hotel room, a trip, a meal in a restaurant – the community managers, come into action. The views of users are infected by advertising companies that are passed by clients to position their product with positive reviews. How to distinguish them? It is difficult.

Several cases have passed even the press filter. And not infrequently. The news of the opening of a cannibal in Berlin restaurant, toured the network, but your denial just appeared in a few media. It was the advertising campaign of an environmentalist group. Some bloggers are paid commissions by leaving in good place products of a certain company in their reviews. So, Internet has revolutionized and democratized access to information for the citizens, but the interests of some groups sneak into a network that has not yet developed effective filters to manipulated data and fraud. The fight for hearings, sales or advertising and the importance of the immediacy condition the quality of the information. Really, do you trust what you read on the Internet?

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Do you know if this way your company complies with its obligation of preventive training (art. 19 LPRL) and information (art. 18 of the law on prevention of occupational risks – LPRL-)? The answer is no. This documentation only allows your company comply in part with these obligations. The documentation that the prevention of their mutual society provide their workers have to indicate, as a minimum, the risks detected in the company (both global as for the job which will occupy), prevention measures (for enterprise-wide and which must apply each worker depending on the job you are going to deal with)as well as emergency measures established (first aid, fire fighting and evacuation). Give their employees this information allows your company to comply with its obligation of preventive information, but which in any case replace the leaves is the obligation of his company to train its staff in prevention. The training must provide their employees must be theoretical and practice, sufficient and appropriate to the activity that each worker performs and must upgrade depending on the evolution of risks, when new ones to appear and, in general, so when determined the initial risk assessment. In addition, the entity that provides this training must be issued a certificate attesting that the worker has passed the course received.

Attention! Be sure to have documentary proof that your company meets these obligations, because of not being able to prove it could incur serious misconduct punishable by fines from 2046 euros to 40.985 euros. To continue reading, click here. Training, information and much more is what offers you every month PractiLetter prevention of labour risks, a publication which will find all legislative sector developments, discussed without technicalities, as well as very practical recommendations that will help you properly manage prevention in your company, as well as comply 100% with the regulations without great complications.

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