Video RAMS

At Capital Dock, the issue of workers with different languages raised the problem of understanding the risks and control measures relating to the tasks.

For the high-risk works, for example, like the moving of shroud (which was in place to protect falling materials while building Dublin’s tallest building) a video RAM was produced to show workers involved the correct method for moving the shroud panels along with the correct control measures.

Video RAMS also produced for the Façade Install/ M&E works/ Steel Erection.

Video RAMS received positive feedback as it helped to break down the language barrier and improved safety around the high-risk works.

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Entry submitted by John Sisk & Sons Ltd.


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