Yesterday, Lynch took part in a ‘Stand Up Safety Morning’ at the Harvil Road site in collaboration with SCS Railways Ltd. There were five safety stations, covering the Red Zone, Environment, COVID-19, Slips Trips and Falls, and Open Site Discussions.
Lynch was invited to cover the Red Zone safety station, and during the session we were able to focus on the importance of safe working around plant. Lynch briefed over 100 people on the project, reaching Plant Operatives, and Site Personnel.
Sessions like these are crucially important in ensuring that everyone on site gets to go home safe at the end of every day. This is our number one priority
James Barden, HS2 Project Manager
Lynch is committed to ensuring that sites remain a safe place to work, and will continue to take a proactive approach in advocating safe working.
We’d like to thank John Marley from SCS Railways for inviting us to take part.
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