Providing training for operatives

It is important that operatives are appropriately trained to effectively carry out their required jobs.

Construction work can often pose a number of safety risks to operatives, it is essential that appropriate training is provided to offset any hazards posed.

Below is an example of how a site provided real-life scenarios to help develop operatives understanding:

  • A 360 degree mission room representing the site was set up within a training room at the compound;
  • This enabled training of the workforce on a live project using a film produced from a drive through during the works.

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Monitor Report, Balfour Beatty, Hampshire, November 2015


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