Maintaining Vehicle Safety Checks Using Electronic Tags

Ensuring operatives maintain consistent safety procedures reduces the possibility of a hazard occurring.

A strong culture of positive safety performance is important to maintain consistent and reliable safety procedures, this raises the level of site safety for operatives working on site.

An example of how a site achieved this level of performance within the area of daily vehicle safety checks can be found below:

  • A system of electronic tags were installed on the interior and exterior of all site vehicles;
  • Instead of drivers carrying out safety procedures by sitting stationary in the vehicle cabin, tags placed on various elevations and locations forces drivers to physically move around to carry out the checks. The tags are linked to a electronic device that requires a safety form to be completed fully and confirmed with a signature;
  • Any incomplete or missed checks will be alerted to the driver. This ensures all safety checks are carried out, avoiding any defects or incomplete procedures.

You can find out more about this system by viewing the video below:

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Monitor Report, McGee Group Ltd, London, December 2015.

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