Safety Provision at Induction

Developing safety initiatives are vital to constantly improve and maintain the industry’s high standards for operatives.  

New and innovative methods to safeguard your workforce should be constantly sought.

Below is an example of how this can be achieved:

  • Induction wrist bands were provided that included an ‘ICE’ phone number and an individual code, that can be scanned to prove that the band belongs to that person and that they have attended an induction;
  • They can also carry medical information;
  • These wrist bands replaced cards that can be shared.

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Monitor Report, Skanska Balfour Beatty JV, Hertfordshire, November 2014


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