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Construction SiteConstruction Site
InductionInduction
A guide toA guide to
““HOW TO”HOW TO”
by Coldropby Coldrop
WelcomeWelcome
 Introduce yourselfIntroduce yourself
 Outline the details of the projectOutline the details of the proje...
Site DetailsSite Details
 Provide details of the welfareProvide details of the welfare
facilities such as canteen, toilet...
First AidFirst Aid
 In the event of injury, provide detailsIn the event of injury, provide details
of the first aid box l...
Fire ProceduresFire Procedures
 Permits are required for Hot WorksPermits are required for Hot Works
 Location of fire f...
Emergency ProceduresEmergency Procedures
 Explain the site emergencyExplain the site emergency
proceduresprocedures
 Ide...
Accident ProceduresAccident Procedures
 Explain that all incidents/accidentsExplain that all incidents/accidents
must be ...
Daily ActivitiesDaily Activities
 Inform personnel of Daily HazardsInform personnel of Daily Hazards
 Notices of SPECIFI...
Concerned/Worried ?Concerned/Worried ?
 If anyone has any safety issues theyIf anyone has any safety issues they
are conc...
Basic Site AwarenessBasic Site Awareness
 Ensure all personnel on site know whyEnsure all personnel on site know why
they...
Site RulesSite Rules
 Explain all the site rulesExplain all the site rules
 PPE requirements such as Boots, Hi-VizPPE re...
Handling EquipmentHandling Equipment
 Explain the safe use of equipment onExplain the safe use of equipment on
site by co...
Site HousekeepingSite Housekeeping
 Explain the rules on housekeepingExplain the rules on housekeeping
and storage on sit...
Additional site InformationAdditional site Information
 Discuss/explain arrangements forDiscuss/explain arrangements for
...
Site Induction RegisterSite Induction Register
 Ensure everyone who attends siteEnsure everyone who attends site
has a si...
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  1. 1. Construction SiteConstruction Site InductionInduction A guide toA guide to ““HOW TO”HOW TO” by Coldropby Coldrop
  2. 2. WelcomeWelcome  Introduce yourselfIntroduce yourself  Outline the details of the projectOutline the details of the project  Outline the purpose of the InductionOutline the purpose of the Induction  Explain the health and Safety siteExplain the health and Safety site rulesrules  Provide details of who is the SiteProvide details of who is the Site Manager and any relevant otherManager and any relevant other supervisors on sitesupervisors on site
  3. 3. Site DetailsSite Details  Provide details of the welfareProvide details of the welfare facilities such as canteen, toilets,facilities such as canteen, toilets, drying roomsdrying rooms and any restrictions on their useand any restrictions on their use  Explain site access arrangementsExplain site access arrangements such as signing daily site registersuch as signing daily site register and pedestrian routes on siteand pedestrian routes on site  Give details of on/off parkingGive details of on/off parking arrangementsarrangements
  4. 4. First AidFirst Aid  In the event of injury, provide detailsIn the event of injury, provide details of the first aid box location and theof the first aid box location and the name of the appointed First Aidername of the appointed First Aider  Site First Aider is ………………..Site First Aider is ………………..  First Aid box is located…………..First Aid box is located…………..  Nearest A+E Hospital is ………...Nearest A+E Hospital is ………...
  5. 5. Fire ProceduresFire Procedures  Permits are required for Hot WorksPermits are required for Hot Works  Location of fire fighting equipmentLocation of fire fighting equipment  Identify approved fire fightingIdentify approved fire fighting personnelpersonnel
  6. 6. Emergency ProceduresEmergency Procedures  Explain the site emergencyExplain the site emergency proceduresprocedures  Identify the emergency Muster pointIdentify the emergency Muster point  Provide details of restrictions forProvide details of restrictions for fighting firesfighting fires  Provide details of authorised site re-Provide details of authorised site re- entry after an emergencyentry after an emergency
  7. 7. Accident ProceduresAccident Procedures  Explain that all incidents/accidentsExplain that all incidents/accidents must be reported and recorded in themust be reported and recorded in the site accident booksite accident book  Near misses must also be reportedNear misses must also be reported  Detail the procedure for reportingDetail the procedure for reporting  Confirm that certain accidents mustConfirm that certain accidents must be reported as per RIDDOR and fullbe reported as per RIDDOR and full co-operation is required byco-operation is required by contractorscontractors
  8. 8. Daily ActivitiesDaily Activities  Inform personnel of Daily HazardsInform personnel of Daily Hazards  Notices of SPECIFIC risks on site must beNotices of SPECIFIC risks on site must be placed on the site notice board detailingplaced on the site notice board detailing the hazards of the day, such asthe hazards of the day, such as  Hot WorksHot Works  Groundwork'sGroundwork's  Working at HeightWorking at Height  Site Transport (including site deliveries)Site Transport (including site deliveries)
  9. 9. Concerned/Worried ?Concerned/Worried ?  If anyone has any safety issues theyIf anyone has any safety issues they are concerned with, these should beare concerned with, these should be brought to the attention of one of thebrought to the attention of one of the following…..following…..  Their own Foreman/SupervisorTheir own Foreman/Supervisor  Site ManagerSite Manager  Site Health + Safety OfficerSite Health + Safety Officer  Site ForemanSite Foreman
  10. 10. Basic Site AwarenessBasic Site Awareness  Ensure all personnel on site know whyEnsure all personnel on site know why they are there, that they have methodthey are there, that they have method statements and risk assessments for thestatements and risk assessments for the tasks, AND they have read them !tasks, AND they have read them !  Explain that certain work may require aExplain that certain work may require a PERMIT TO WORK due to the nature orPERMIT TO WORK due to the nature or location of the task, this type of work islocation of the task, this type of work is not allowed to start without a permit beingnot allowed to start without a permit being issued firstissued first
  11. 11. Site RulesSite Rules  Explain all the site rulesExplain all the site rules  PPE requirements such as Boots, Hi-VizPPE requirements such as Boots, Hi-Viz  Zero Tolerance for Violence & BullyingZero Tolerance for Violence & Bullying  Smoking/Drug/Alcohol policy on siteSmoking/Drug/Alcohol policy on site  Traffic Movement & site speed limitsTraffic Movement & site speed limits
  12. 12. Handling EquipmentHandling Equipment  Explain the safe use of equipment onExplain the safe use of equipment on site by competent personnel only,site by competent personnel only, such assuch as  Alteration/construction/dismantlingAlteration/construction/dismantling of scaffoldsof scaffolds  Licensed machine operators only toLicensed machine operators only to use equipment on siteuse equipment on site  The safe use of laddersThe safe use of ladders
  13. 13. Site HousekeepingSite Housekeeping  Explain the rules on housekeepingExplain the rules on housekeeping and storage on siteand storage on site  The need for clear walkways aroundThe need for clear walkways around the site to reduce the risk of collisionthe site to reduce the risk of collision with moving plant/vehicleswith moving plant/vehicles  Food and drink to be eaten in areasFood and drink to be eaten in areas provided and areas to be kept cleanprovided and areas to be kept clean and hygienicand hygienic
  14. 14. Additional site InformationAdditional site Information  Discuss/explain arrangements forDiscuss/explain arrangements for  COSHHCOSHH  Ear defender zonesEar defender zones  Vibration tools and exposure limitsVibration tools and exposure limits  Enclosed spacesEnclosed spaces  Restricted areas on siteRestricted areas on site
  15. 15. Site Induction RegisterSite Induction Register  Ensure everyone who attends siteEnsure everyone who attends site has a site induction and a copy of thehas a site induction and a copy of the form is kept on siteform is kept on site  Where possible provide a helmetWhere possible provide a helmet sticker stating date of induction andsticker stating date of induction and name of wearername of wearer  Where possible provide an inductionWhere possible provide an induction booklet/leaflet to all site visitorsbooklet/leaflet to all site visitors
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