During the COVID-19 pandemic, construction projects have suffered both in terms of delays and additional costs.
The Government has published guidance on how businesses involved in construction and other outdoor work can work safely during coronavirus.
One of the seven steps to protect yourself, your staff and your customers during coronavirus is to make sure everyone is social distancing on site. One of the easiest ways to ensure this is possible is to limit the number of people, where practicable, onto your site.
To support this measure, we have produced a free self-assessment designed to help construction site managers and principal contractors identify and minimise risks on site.
The checklist identifies the main site safety and security considerations, with space to note any corrective action that may need to be taken to minimise any possible harm or damage.
To get the free Construction Site Safety and Security Assessment:
Did you know that we supply a range of portable hand wash and sanitiser stations, suitable for construction sites and other places of work?