If you have already launched eSS to your workers, they will already have access to eSS and you can go ahead and launch the Introduction to Appropriate Behaviours checklist, either to an individual worker or in bulk to multiple workers.
If you have not launched eSS to your workers yet, there are two different methods you can use.
Prior to using one of the methods outlined below, you should communicate with your workers so they know what to expect. You can access an example email here and an example eSS message here. We recommend you set up and create both of these communications, prior to launching eSS to your workers.
Method 1 - eSS Registration via the Introduction to Appropriate Behaviours Checklist
When you initiate the Introduction to Appropriate Behaviours checklist (either individually or in bulk), the worker/s it is initiated for will receive a system generated email. This email will ask them to register for Self Service, and will also advise they have a task to complete.
Example system generated email for a worker who has not yet registered for eSS:
Method 2: eSS Registration via a link
If you want your workers to register for Self Service prior to launching the Introduction to Appropriate Behaviours checklist, you can send them your unique URL registration link. Businesses will often do this as part of their introduction email to their workers, announcing the use of Self Service.
You can find your link via Account Setting >> Commercial Tab>> Add-ons Tab
For further details on the steps to follow, view How do I set up a new eSS User & activation process
For more information on our e-Learning Course, click here to see an overview and click here to see your checklist to getting started and using the checklist.