Hearing Impaired Visitors and Community Members

It is important to consider all specialised and localised needs for the community in which you are working.

This will demonstrate that you are a considerate constructor and give a good first impression.

In order to take into account the special needs of the hearing-impaired community, depending, of course, on the severity of their impairment, the following initiatives have been implemented:

  • Whilst all visitors should be greeted on arrival and escorted during their visit, special provision, time and consideration was made for visitors with hearing difficulties;
  • A site manager became aware of several local residents with impaired hearing. He then visited them to understand their particular needs and made any necessary adjustments;
  • The site introduced a Resident Liaison Officer (RLO) who had been trained to Stage 2 level Sign Language;
  • The site highlighted Deaf Awareness Week, and used this to raise further awareness within the workforce and community.

To find out more, click the link below.

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Considerate Constructors Scheme Site Registration Examples of Good Practice Brochure, 2014

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