Training operatives on emergency procedures

Ensuring the safety of your workforce is of the utmost importance.

Sites should be proactive in identifying, implementing and communicating safety procedures on site.

Emergency procedures should be carefully planned and prepared to ensure that everyone on site understands what actions to take during a real-life emergency.

Below is an example of how a site trained their operatives on emergency procedures:

  • The site produced their own video relating to the rescue from height or difficult locations of injured personnel along with the purchase of a specialist stretcher;
  • The video was distributed to other sites in the company for training purposes.

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Monitor Report, John Graham Construction Ltd, Merseyside, October 2015


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