There is a great deal of on-the job training (OJT) that occurs at Fermilab, but currently there is no efficient lab-wide means of reporting it. In order for employees to receive credit for participating in formal OJT, and to satisfy an open DOE assessment finding, a formal reporting system is now available.
As of Oct. 3, OJT reporting will become part of the ITNA process. It’s easy to use, with examples for guidance. Supervisors are only required to enter OJT data on new employees and transferring or promoted employees. Current employees do not require OJT, unless there is a change in job function.
For more information about the new OJT process, contact your Quality Assurance Representative.