Site Induction QR Code

Site inductions are a vital part of preparing operatives for work on site and ensuring they understand the safety procedures in place. However, it can be hard to get workers engaged in this process, which could mean important safety information is not adequately communicated.

See the examples below for how one site addressed this:

  • Displayed a poster with a QR code in the canteen where operatives wait before induction begins.
  • Prior to induction, the operatives are asked to scan the code on their phones which allows them access to the induction Power Point and the CCS induction DVD.
  • The site has found that this results in greater operative engagement and discussion in the induction process as they have been given time to prepare.
  • The information is available in both English and Romanian, ensuring that the safety messages are accessible for all workers.
  • Being able to watch the CCS induction video on their phones also makes the induction more personal and accessible.

By increasing operative engagement in the induction process the site is ensuring relevant information is communicated to the workforce.

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Monitor report. Grangewood Builders. London. June 2017.

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