Making information more accessible to staff

Methods to improve working conditions should always be sought.

It is important that everyone on site is able to easily access the necessary information.

Below is an example of how working conditions for operatives could be improved:

  • Electronic information stations were established on three floors of the building;
  • From these stations, operatives and supervisors could access a range of information including, drawings, specifications, risk assessments, method statements, and current site status reports;
  • This saved operatives and supervisors many hours of climbing stairs and going back to the office to retrieve information.

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Monitor Report, Sir Robert McAlpine Ltd, Scotland, February 2015


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