Health & Safety QR Codes

Taking on board the possible delay between an accident on site and going back to the office to find out the medical/medication records, the site has created QR stickers to be placed inside helmets.

Using a mobile phone, the QR code can be scanned which identifies the operative and gives medical information as well as next of kin.

This can be further enhanced with a picture of the operative to make sure the helmet belongs to the correct person.

Footer Reference

Monitor report. Overbury Midlands. West Midlands. August 2019.


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