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Site safety should be regulated and routine.

It is important to maintain safety routines, procedures and awareness. A visible notification helps sustain safety levels and reminders for the workforce to acknowledge the importance of training.

  • The site manager has introduced green visible tags to be worn on the wrist as new each day after signing into site for work and understanding the notice board which sets out hazards and key safety issues of the day;
  • The tags are removed at the end of work. This tag must be worn by the site team and ALL visitors;
  • This system allows site management to easily check everyone has had a morning safety briefing and set high standards of safety on site;
  • It is welcomed by workforce and all were seen working away wearing tags.

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Monitor report. RG Group. Sussex. June 2016


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