Working at Height Hard Hat Stickers

On this project, as part of their working at height peer review, they created a simple visual identification system to help identify the competency of site operatives working at height.

For an operative to safely work at height, they require Work at Height training Level 1&2, Critical safety medical, Combisafety fencing training, Work at Height rescue training along with Formwork/False work RAMs briefing.

These competencies are checked by the site management team at the site induction.

In addition to the site induction checks, the site management team proposed helmet stickers and arm bands to allow ready and easy identification of the operatives who have this level of training.

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