New Communication Methods to Improve Operative Safety

Ensuring the safety and wellbeing of your workforce should be a priority.

New practices and equipment should be constantly sought to improve the safety of operatives performing their roles on site.

Below is an example of how a site has proactively sought new communication equipment, to better safeguard their workforce:

  • The site worked with the supplier to develop a more comfortable and reliable communication headset;
  • This enabled effective communication between plant operators and the workforce;
  • With just one ear piece, not only was communication enabled with the plant operator but the wearer was also able to hear other operatives and be fully aware of other activities taking place.

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Monitor Report, Balfour Beatty Rail Ltd, London, February 2015


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