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In a high-risk environment like a construction site, it is essential that procedures are in place in case of emergency. Many sites now put tags on operatives’ hard hats displaying medical information which could save someone’s life if they have been in an accident.

See the examples below for how one site further developed this safety initiative:

  • Placed ‘in case of emergency’ tags on operatives’ boots, as well as on their hats.
  • The labels display medical conditions, allergies, emergency contact numbers and medications.
  • As a worker’s safety helmet could fall off or be damaged in an accident, the boot tags ensure that first aiders will always have access to the medical information they need.

Clearly displaying operatives’ medical information is essential in an emergency, and will hopefully minimise the risk of severe injuries and fatalities on site.

For more information about the product, please see the resource below.

Safety Net Direct: Vital ID Worker Emergency ID


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Monitor report. Surgo Construction Ltd. County Durham. February 2017.


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3 thoughts on "Safety Boot Tags"

  1. Sharon Sweeney says:

    What is the name of the supplier for the ICE Tags for operatives’ safety boots?

    1. CCS Best Practice Hub Administrator says:

      Hi Sharon,

      We will look into this for you and let you know once we have more information.

      regards

      The Best Practice Hub Team

    2. Hello Sharon,

      The tags are sold by Safety Net Direct. We have now updated the entry with a link to the product.

      Regards,

      The Best Practice Hub Team

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