Operatives’ safety feedback

Improvements and new ideas should be implemented, following consultation with and feedback gathered from, the workforce.

This will help to learn what is considered to be the positive and negative aspects of safety on site and allow continuous changes and improvements to take place.

This in turn should encourage a happier workforce.

Sites can gain feedback from operatives by doing the following:

  • The views of the workforce were sought by splitting them into groups of 15 or so and giving a safety presentation, loosely based on a TV show, where handheld devices allowed anonymous voting against questions;
  • These were mainly questions about site safety, but were also about facilities etc.;
  • The site then knew how operatives felt in regards to the questions used and could make changes over time;
  • The same exercise was regularly repeated, to track the changes.

Footer Reference

Considerate Constructors Scheme, Site Registration Examples of Innovation, 2014


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