Establishing working exclusion zones

Construction work can prove to be a dangerous environment if not managed effectively.

Simple measures can be adopted to minimise the hazards posed and safeguard all on site.

Below is an example of how one site established working exclusion zones when working in occupied housing, for the safety of the workforce and public:

  • In addition to using portable sign boards to establish working areas when out on site, the team developed the use of ‘child safety gates’ for establishing working exclusion zones in the tenants’ properties for the added safety of the operatives;
  • This would then include the opportunity for providing temporary containment of house holders’ pet dogs.

To read more about this initiative, click below.

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Monitor Report, Keepmoat Regeneration Ltd, Surrey, August 2015


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