Face Coverings Competition

Coronavirus has changed a lot of aspects of our lives and modified our way of living, like wearing face coverings and keeping social distance.

Initially introduced on public transport it quickly spread to other public places like retail shops and restaurants. As a good practice many workplaces including this construction project introduced the wearing of face coverings in order to protect colleagues and to help businesses stay open. They have decided that it is a necessary action to wear a face covering whilst at work in order to protect themselves and others around them.

The project team have decided to influence the behavioural safety on site by changing peoples’ attitude towards the requirement of wearing face coverings. They have created a face covering competition with a prize of £50 to be won. This competition encourages operatives to wear funky and funny face coverings at work however they cannot consist of explicit content or be rude or inappropriate in any way.

This brought a little fun to every day reality and has given enjoyment and a smile to those on site which they hope will make it easier to cope with the psychological effects of pandemic.

This example of best practice is just one way that projects can work to tackle the virus and reduce the spread. For full guidance and the latest Government advice read the Construction Leadership Council’s Site Operating Procedures.

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