Lost and Found

This example of community spirit alongside the induction process and health and safety sticker assisted in the case of a project workers wallet.

The worker was a new starter that was inducted prior to commencing work and given his induction sticker to apply to his hat when he came back the next day.

In the meantime, he lost his wallet and a member of the community found it. When searching the wallet, she found the sticker with the company logo on.  She then contacted head office who used the information on the sticker to identify the project and contact him directly.

Contact numbers are provided due to coronavirus declarations and are recorded on the induction register, therefore within an hour of the wallet being found, they were able to contact him and give him the good news.

This worker has now been reunited with his wallet thanks to the processes in place for project inductions and of course the kindness of the finder going to so much effort to return it.

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Entry submitted by McLaughlin & Harvey

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