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Construction Health and Safety campaign back on the road

HSE InfoLine : 06 September, 2005  (Company News)
The Construction Industry Advisory Committee, are pleased to announce that the industry's leading health and safety campaign, Working Well Together, will once again visit construction workers at their places of work during a five week nation-wide roadshow.
The Construction Industry Advisory Committee, are pleased to announce that the industry's leading health and safety campaign, Working Well Together, will once again visit construction workers at their places of work during a five week nation-wide roadshow.

Continuing the success of previous roadshows, this year's tour highlights the areas of greatest risk to health and safety on site and demonstrates how to stay safe and healthy.

It also promotes cultural change, encouraging everyone to work together to bring about improvements.

Sponsored by several of the construction industries major stakeholders including, HSS Hire, Berkeley Homes, Bovis Lend Lease, Gleeson, Persimmon Group, Taylor Woodrow and the Health and Safety Executive, the roadshow will visit large and small construction sites across Great Britain, Scotland and Wales, starting at a Persimmon Homes site in Bathgate, West Lothian, Scotland, on Monday 5 September.

The 2005 roadshow, which promotes best practice and encourages everyone in the industry to take action to improve the construction industries health and safety performance, features interactive demonstrations highlighting the importance of safe lifting techniques, transport viewing aids, safety harnesses and gives workers an opportunity to test their hearing levels.

An important theme for the 2005 roadshow is 'worker engagement'. The best clients, contractors and professionals, in the industry are demonstrating that where this approach is adopted on sites, the incident rates for accidents, ill health and near misses fall dramatically.
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