Safety information: swipe card

It is important that safety information is effectively communicated to the workforce.

Updates to reinforce safety messages are important, as well as easily accessible safety information in case of emergencies.

Below is an example of how a site transferred basic safety information to operatives’ swipe cards:

  • At induction a swipe card showing name, reference number and photograph was issued;
  • On the reverse of the card there were QR codes covering the location of the hospital, safe to start work information, 10 specific and generic site safety rules, and access to drawings;
  • Cards could be adapted and amended to suit specific sites.

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Monitor Report, BAM Construction Ltd, West Sussex, November 2015


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