Safety Feedback

Continuous safety improvements and new ideas should be sought by consultation with and feedback from operatives.

Learning from accidents or near misses will also help to improve levels of safety on site and involve the workforce in working together for a safer environment.

Examples of how sites have implemented initiatives for continuous feedback include:

  • An interactive question board was installed for operatives to write their response to a weekly question posed by management. The initiative was taken very seriously and resulted in some positive feedback;
  • The site carried out a one-to-one interview on safety attitudes with all operatives following induction. Operatives were only allowed on site if they gave a positive reaction;
  • The workforce was able to provide feedback via daily meetings and via a free phone line.

Footer Reference

CCS Site Registration Examples of Good Practice Brochure, 2014 Monitor Report, Barr Construction, Blackpool, July 2014


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