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RR336 - Trojan horse construction site safety messages

This study was commissioned by the Health and Safety Executive to assess the efficacy of a novel means of messaging that delivers safety information directly to site operatives. The method involved attaching key messages to construction components.

The background to this study stemmed from the HSE Falls from Height Programme. The study was sponsored by the Health and Safety Executive and involved The Steel Construction Institute, BSRIA and The Concrete Society under the Co-Construct umbrella.

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Updated 2010-03-19