Safety Campaign: IPAF Identity Stickers

The site team on the Stobhill Mental Health Units project developed a range of hard hat stickers to clearly and easily identify different levels of IPAF training.

Through engaging with the supply chain during one of their regular safety conversations, the site team came up with the idea of adapting the current helmet stickers to incorporate the different categories of IPAF accreditation. The objective was to provide a visible indicator of the level of IPAF training that an operative has. This was undertaken to further reduce the risk of untrained people being able to operate access equipment unchallenged by having an easily visible indicator.

The team worked with a signage supplier to design the sticker and this was then issued to the relevant members of the supply chain during site induction. The expiry date is noted on the sticker.

The workforce were involved in the discussions and implementation of the stickers. They had input in the design and as such, were engaged and supportive of the initiative. The success has been clear, the stickers allow people to clearly see who has the correct training to operate access equipment and this can only be beneficial.

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