Practical Solutions for Disabled Operators

Practical solutions should be provided for disabled workers.

The example below shows how one site achieved this:

  • As an example of the site’s approach to diversity and to encourage new, under-represented into the industry, the Site Management worked with the Tower Crane Supplier, one of the sub-contractors and the HSE to develop a seat-based adaptation to the crane’s dead man’s handle such that it could be easily used by a newly trained, disabled operator.

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Monitor report. Kier Construction - Scotland. East Ayrshire. November 2016


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