Considering the Needs of Hearing Impaired Workers

Making sure that the entire workforce is up to date with the specific site instructions and safety notices is important.

Extra consideration should be given to the more vulnerable members of the workforce, to ensure that they receive and understand updates.

  • On site, a portable induction loop was available, which was moved to the induction room or meeting room according to needs;
  • Hearing loop and Braille welcome cards were provided in facilities for any persons with hearing or visual disabilities;
  • On line hearing tests through Action on Hearing Loss were actively encouraged for the workforce.

To find out more about Action on Hearing Loss and to take the online hearing test click below.

Action on Hearing Loss


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CCS Site Registration Examples of Good Practice, 2014 Second visit Monitor Report. Morgan Sindall, Sussex, March 2015


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