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The visual representation of operatives is an example of the site and the industry’s image.

It is important to maintain a professional and positive image whilst on site, in many cases this means both how a member of the workforce acts and appears.

One site ensured this level was maintained through the following example:

  • Natasha, a graduate manager, developed a non-offensive T-shirt poster to an exceptional standard;
  • The poster aims to make employees think about what they are wearing and how it is perceived by others;
  • The poster provides a large number of examples of how it could be considered offensive and finishes by saying “Please consider changing your clothing to ensure that Brentwood School is a happy site”.

Please see the below link for a download of this poster.

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Offensive T-Shirt Click here to Download


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Monitor report. Kier Construction - Northern. Manchester. May 2016


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  1. Alin Hij says:

    This is very important to keep in mind as there are a lot of cultures and religions now that work within the construction industry. Some people dont care and its sad to see this happen. The workforce affected by this are afraid to speak out because they might get fired. Everyone is in this trade for a reason so respect everyone around you.

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