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Reusing PPE

Published 8 April 2015 | Written by CCS Best Practice Hub Administrator
CategoriesOnsite dress code Re-use

Operatives should appear clean and well-presented, as they are a clear representation of the site, company and industry. PPE can be cleaned and re-used to ensure that operatives look professional and to reduce waste on site. Below is an example of how sites have reused PPE: Due to a high turnover of project dedicated PPE, it was cleaned and refurbished; PPE…

Evacuation procedures

Published 3 November 2014 | Written by CCS Best Practice Hub Administrator
CategoriesEmergency procedures Escape routes Universities

Learning from accidents and incidents is an important way to continually improve safety on site. By regularly practising fire drills and evacuation processes, the workforce are able to understand safety procedures which will be beneficial if a real-life incident was to occur. Beneath is an example of how sites have stayed on top of evacuation procedures: The site formed an association with Professor Edwin R…

Interaction with neighbouring schools

Published 3 November 2014 | Written by CCS Best Practice Hub Administrator
CategoriesCommunication Schools

The outside appearance of every site should be tidy, organised and professional. This is particularly important within residential areas. The hoardings can not only leave a good impression upon passers-by, they could also be used to interact and communicate with neighbouring residents, especially if the site is next door to a school. Below are examples of how sites have previously interacted…