QR Codes for Health and Wellbeing Resources

This contractor from the start of the pandemic worked with an onsite occupational health team, and their IT Team to develop a new way to distribute their monthly health campaigns to our workforce.

They wanted to limit the number of personnel on site whilst works were reduced but still deliver their monthly health campaigns and presentations that would usually be delivered in person in their welfare area.

By using QR codes and the company ‘Have your Say’ app, links were set up to the Park Health YouTube channel where monthly videos were released on a chosen health and wellbeing topic related to construction on site. These QR codes could be easily scanned by any smartphone or accessed through the ‘Have Your Say’ app at any time, and avoided the need for an excessive poster or leaflet campaign or scheduled toolbox talk. These QR codes were put up around the welfare area and office and meant that everybody had access to these resources in their own time.

As this has been a successful initiative, they plan to continue its use after the pandemic as it has been an effective way to get their health and wellbeing information out to their wider team in an easily accessible way.

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