Warm Up Safety Sessions

A warm up session takes place on the project at the start of every week. The purpose of the session is to get the operatives into thinking about safety.

After a long weekend, people could be coming into work more relaxed this can be a factors that causes incidents.

In the session, the operatives are given a scenario on a specific topic. Each individual must then continue the scenario with specific action until the outcome is achieved. Then a conclusion is drawn, and lesson learnt.

What is different about these sessions is that operatives are choosing the direction of the outcome, the management is there just to facilitate the discussion.

The session gets the workforce to interact with each other, share stories and get their imagination working after a long weekend.

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