Creating a Safety Culture on Site: Six Point Promise

The safety of your workforce should be made a priority on site.

As part of the sites drive to create and maintain a safety culture, a set of principles were adopted to guide the workforce and encourage a safe working environment.

Below is an explanation of how this safe culture was implemented:

  • A six point promise was made by the workforce individually with a signed commitment and registration card to support this;
  • It brought together six of the major issues to provide a powerful message and commitment to each other, binding the workforce together.

The six promises are:

  1. If I ever feel unsafe I will stop and speak up
  2. If I see something that I think might be unsafe I will not walk by
  3. I will report unsafe situations and circumstances even if they’ve been rectified at the time
  4. I will use appropriate reporting channels for safety issues and will encourage others to do the same
  5. I will always look out for my work mates
  6. I will listen and act appropriately should anyone speak to me about my personal safety

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Monitor Report, Sir Robert McAlpine Ltd, Tyne and Wear, September 2015

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