PLAY IT SAFE CAMPAIGN

Behavioural Management Programme

Established over forty-five years ago, TRAD has grown to become one of the largest scaffolding groups in the UK, with a very good H&S record. As one of the foremost scaffolding groups in the UK, we constantly evaluate our work practices to strive to be always at the forefront of OH&S compliance, innovation and good practice. Our Play it Safe campaign is part of that continuing process to produce an even safer working environment for our people, our clients' operatives and the general public.

TRAD’s MD has raised TRAD’s Company Standard from 80% to 90% (represented in Green), and scores between 80% to 89% will now be amber, and below this will be red and cause for concern. The SLT Scores are based on a rolling total of the last twelve months’ Safety Leadership Tours and as such our company realises that even with very good SLT Monthly Tours it will take time to climb into the Green, but TRAD are committed to continual improvement of our 5 Key Safe Behaviours and Conditions and raising standards to the highest on all our clients’ projects.

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Safety Leadership Tours' Results: March 2015

86.58%
segregation
85.37%
Segregation (Protecting Others)
83.98%
SSOW
83.39%
Safe System of Work (SG4:10)
95.08%
PPE
94.53%
PPE
85.36%
Housekeeping
83.57%
Housekeeping
87.81%
Quality Including
85.73%
Quality
(TG20:13 or System Specifications)
Feb
Mar

Accidents reported (all sites)
6
4
Incidents reported (all sites)
2
9
Near Misses reported (all sites)
4
1
Good practice evidence (vouchers)
9
18

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Safety Leadership Tours' Results: April 2015

85.37%
segregation
84.53%
Segregation (Protecting Others)
83.39%
SSOW
83.25%
Safe System of Work (SG4:10)
94.53%
PPE
93.83%
PPE
83.57%
Housekeeping
83.15%
Housekeeping
85.73%
Quality Including
85.73%
Quality
(TG20:13 or System Specifications)
Mar
Apr

Accidents reported (all sites)
4
4
Incidents reported (all sites)
9
6
Near Misses reported (all sites)
1
4
Good practice evidence (vouchers)
18
10

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Safety Leadership Tours' Results: May 2015

84.53%
segregation
82.79%
Segregation (Protecting Others)
83.25%
SSOW
82.32%
Safe System of Work (SG4:10)
93.91%
PPE
93.83%
PPE
83.15%
Housekeeping
81.53%
Housekeeping
83.35%
Quality Including
85.73%
Quality
(TG20:13 or System Specifications)
April
May

Accidents reported (all sites)
4
4
Incidents reported (all sites)
6
4
Near Misses reported (all sites)
4
2
Good practice evidence (vouchers)
10
4

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Safety Leadership Tours' Results: June 2015

82.94%
segregation
82.79%
Segregation (Protecting Others)
82.44%
SSOW
82.32%
Safe System of Work (SG4:10)
93.91%
PPE
93.18%
PPE
81.96%
Housekeeping
81.53%
Housekeeping
85.73%
Quality Including
83.61%
Quality
(TG20:13 or System Specifications)
May
June

Accidents reported (all sites)
4
6
Incidents reported (all sites)
4
4
Near Misses reported (all sites)
2
3
Good practice evidence (vouchers)
4
6

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Safety Leadership Tours' Results: July 2015

84.32%
segregation
82.94%
Segregation (Protecting Others)
84.24%
SSOW
82.44%
Safe System of Work (SG4:10)
93.45%
PPE
93.18%
PPE
82.93%
Housekeeping
81.96%
Housekeeping
84.30%
Quality Including
83.61%
Quality
(TG20:13 or System Specifications)
June
July

Accidents reported (all sites)
6
2
Incidents reported (all sites)
4
5
Near Misses reported (all sites)
3
4
Good practice evidence (vouchers)
6
5

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Safety Leadership Tours' Results: August 2015

84.32%
segregation
84.21.%
Segregation (Protecting Others)
84.24%
SSOW
82.80%
Safe System of Work (SG4:10)
93.45%
PPE
93.29%
PPE
82.93%
Housekeeping
82.93%
Housekeeping
85.53%
Quality Including
84.30%
Quality
(TG20:13 or System Specifications)
July
August

Accidents reported (all sites)
2
7
Incidents reported (all sites)
5
1
Near Misses reported (all sites)
4
0
Good practice evidence (vouchers)
5
9

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Safety Leadership Tours' Results: September 2015

84.21%
segregation
82.20%
Segregation (Protecting Others)
82.80%
SSOW
82.80%
Safe System of Work (SG4:10)
93.45%
PPE
93.29%
PPE
82.93%
Housekeeping
81.21%
Housekeeping
85.53%
Quality Including
80.19%
Quality
(TG20:13 or System Specifications)
August
September

Accidents reported (all sites)
7
10
Incidents reported (all sites)
1
2
Near Misses reported (all sites)
0
0
Good practice evidence (vouchers)
9
10

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Safety Leadership Tours' Results: October 2015

82.35%
segregation
82.20%
Segregation (Protecting Others)
83.22%
SSOW
82.80%
Safe System of Work (SG4:10)
93.74%
PPE
93.45%
PPE
81.21%
Housekeeping
80.89%
Housekeeping
80.89%
Quality Including
80.19%
Quality
(TG20:13 or System Specifications)
September
October

Accidents reported (all sites)
10
1
Incidents reported (all sites)
2
2
Near Misses reported (all sites)
0
2
Good practice evidence (vouchers)
10
11

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Safety Leadership Tours' Results: November 2015

82.35%
segregation
81.99%
Segregation (Protecting Others)
83.28%
SSOW
83.22%
Safe System of Work (SG4:10)
93.74%
PPE
93.71%
PPE
81.32%
Housekeeping
80.89%
Housekeeping
80.89%
Quality Including
80.25%
Quality
(TG20:13 or System Specifications)
October
November

Accidents reported (all sites)
1
4
Incidents reported (all sites)
2
12
Near Misses reported (all sites)
2
8
Good practice evidence (vouchers)
11
18

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Safety Leadership Tours' Results: December 2015

82.96%
segregation
81.99%
Segregation (Protecting Others)
84.18%
SSOW
83.28%
Safe System of Work (SG4:10)
93.92%
PPE
93.71%
PPE
83.13%
Housekeeping
81.32
Housekeeping
80.87%
Quality Including
80.25%
Quality
(TG20:13 or System Specifications)
November
December

Accidents reported (all sites)
4
1
Incidents reported (all sites)
12
3
Near Misses reported (all sites)
8
3
Good practice evidence (vouchers)
18
0

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Safety Leadership Tours' Results: January 2016

83.59%
segregation
82.96%
Segregation (Protecting Others)
86.10%
SSOW
84.18%
Safe System of Work (SG4:10)
93.92%
PPE
93.63%
PPE
84.13%
Housekeeping
83.13%
Housekeeping
82.75%
Quality Including
80.87%
Quality
(TG20:13 or System Specifications)
December
January

Accidents reported (all sites)
1
3
Incidents reported (all sites)
3
2
Near Misses reported (all sites)
3
2
Good practice evidence (vouchers)
0
11

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Safety Leadership Tours' Results: February 2016

83.59%
segregation
83.05%
Segregation (Protecting Others)
86.43%
SSOW
86.10%
Safe System of Work (SG4:15)
93.63%
PPE
93.27%
PPE
84.34%
Housekeeping
84.13%
Housekeeping
82.75%
Quality Including
82.35%
Quality
(TG20:13 or System Specifications)
Jan
Feb

Accidents reported (all sites)
3
3
Incidents reported (all sites)
2
2
Near Misses reported (all sites)
2
1
Good practice evidence (vouchers)
11
12

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Safety Leadership Tours' Results: March 2016

89.60%
segregation
83.05%
Segregation (Protecting Others)
87.03%
SSOW
86.43%
Safe System of Work (SG4:15)
93.60%
PPE
93.27%
PPE
86.30%
Housekeeping
84.34%
Housekeeping
83.52%
Quality Including
82.35%
Quality
(TG20:13 or System Specifications)
Feb
March

Accidents reported (all sites)
3
1
Incidents reported (all sites)
2
4
Near Misses reported (all sites)
1
1
Good practice evidence (vouchers)
12
2

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Safety Leadership Tours' Results: April 2016

89.60%
segregation
84.79%
Segregation (Protecting Others)
87.86%
SSOW
87.03%
Safe System of Work (SG4)
93.88%
PPE
93.60%
PPE
87.13%
Housekeeping
86.30%
Housekeeping
84.21%
Quality Including
83.52%
Quality
(TG20:13 or System Specifications)
March
April

Accidents reported (all sites)
1
3
Incidents reported (all sites)
4
2
Near Misses reported (all sites)
1
0
Good practice evidence (vouchers)
2
22

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Safety Leadership Tours' Results: May 2016

86.51%
segregation
84.79%
Segregation (Protecting Others)
88.72%
SSOW
87.86%
Safe System of Work (including SG4)
93.88%
PPE
93.83%
PPE
88.69%
Housekeeping
87.13%
Housekeeping
86.21%
Quality Including
84.21%
Quality
(TG20:13 or System Specifications)
April
May

Accidents reported (all sites)
3
5
Incidents reported (all sites)
2
5
Near Misses reported (all sites)
0
0
Good practice evidence (vouchers)
22
1

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Safety Leadership Tours' Results: June 2016

86.54%
segregation
86.51%
Segregation (Protecting Others)
88.72%
SSOW
88.61%
Safe System of Work (including SG4)
94.40%
PPE
93.83%
PPE
88.69%
Housekeeping
88.59%
Housekeeping
86.45%
Quality Including
86.21%
Quality
(TG20:13 or System Specifications)
May
June

Accidents reported (all sites)
5
3
Incidents reported (all sites)
5
1
Near Misses reported (all sites)
0
5
Good practice evidence (vouchers)
1
5

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Safety Leadership Tours' Results: July 2016

86.54%
segregation
85.31%
Segregation (Protecting Others)
89.02%
SSOW
88.61%
Safe System of Work (including SG4)
94.40%
PPE
94.40%
PPE
88.59%
Housekeeping
87.34%
Housekeeping
86.87%
Quality Including
86.45%
Quality
(TG20 or System Specifications)
June
July

Accidents reported (all sites)
3
3
Incidents reported (all sites)
1
2
Near Misses reported (all sites)
5
0
Good practice evidence (vouchers)
5
2

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Safety Leadership Tours' Results: August 2016

86.26%
segregation
85.31%
Segregation (Protecting Others)
91.86%
SSOW
89.02%
Safe System of Work (including SG4)
94.40%
PPE
93.18%
PPE
87.95%
Housekeeping
87.34%
Housekeeping
89.20%
Quality Including
86.87%
Quality
(including TG20 or System Specifications)
July
August

Accidents reported (all sites)
3
1
Incidents reported (all sites)
2
3
Near Misses reported (all sites)
0
2
Good practice evidence (vouchers)
2
1

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Safety Leadership Tours' Results: September 2016

88.31%
segregation
86.26%
Segregation (Protecting Others)
92.86%
SSOW
91.86%
Safe System of Work (including SG4)
93.84%
PPE
94.40%
PPE
90.12%
Housekeeping
87.95%
Housekeeping
91.48%
Quality Including
89.20%
Quality
(including TG20 or System Specifications)
August
September

Accidents reported (all sites)
1
4
Incidents reported (all sites)
3
4
Near Misses reported (all sites)
2
0
Good practice evidence (vouchers)
1
2

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Safety Leadership Tours' Results: October 2016

89.97%
segregation
88.31%
Segregation (Protecting Others)
94.52%
SSOW
92.86%
Safe System of Work (including SG4)
94.39%
PPE
93.84%
PPE
91.09%
Housekeeping
90.12%
Housekeeping
91.75%
Quality Including
91.48%
Quality
(including TG20 or System Specifications)
September
October

Accidents reported (all sites)
4
1
Incidents reported (all sites)
4
2
Near Misses reported (all sites)
0
0
Good practice evidence (vouchers)
2
3

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Safety Leadership Tours' Results: November 2016

91.02%
segregation
89.97%
Segregation (Protecting Others)
94.46%
SSOW
94.52%
Safe System of Work (including SG4)
94.28%
PPE
94.39%
PPE
90.98%
Housekeeping
91.09%
Housekeeping
92.53%
Quality Including
91.75%
Quality
(including TG20 or System Specifications)
October
November

Accidents reported (all sites)
1
7
Incidents reported (all sites)
2
2
Near Misses reported (all sites)
0
1
Good practice evidence (vouchers)
3
4

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Safety Leadership Tours' Results: December 2016

91.02%
segregation
90.47%
Segregation (Protecting Others)
94.46%
SSOW
94.18%
Safe System of Work (including SG4)
94.28%
PPE
94.28%
PPE
90.98%
Housekeeping
90.98%
Housekeeping
92.53%
Quality Including
92.53%
Quality
(including TG20 or System Specifications)
November
December

Accidents reported (all sites)
7
3
Incidents reported (all sites)
2
5
Near Misses reported (all sites)
1
1
Good practice evidence (vouchers)
4
6

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Safety Leadership Tours' Results: January 2017

90.68%
segregation
90.47%
Segregation (Protecting Others)
94.18%
SSOW
93.21%
Safe System of Work (including SG4)
94.28%
PPE
94.07%
PPE
90.98%
Housekeeping
90.63%
Housekeeping
92.60%
Quality Including
92.53%
Quality
(including TG20 or System Specifications)
December
January

Accidents reported (all sites)
3
5
Incidents reported (all sites)
5
4
Near Misses reported (all sites)
1
0
Good practice evidence (vouchers)
6
3

playitsavebox_icon01 Safe employee of the month January 2017: Dave Jackson

PREVIOUS WINNERS

Ryan Gorey
(Dec 16)
Kier Phur
(Aug 16)
Josh Ball
(Jun 16)
Lee Hampshire
(May 16)
Albert Stanley
(Apr 16)
Mark Wilde
(Mar 16)
Sam Cashman
(Feb 16)
Sam Lucasm
(Jan 2016)
playitsavebox_icon03 Accidents/Near Misses

SLT Members keeping a Client’s Subcontractors Safe

In August, two of TRAD’S noticed the client’s subcontractors working unsafely on the edge of a flat roof.

Reciprocating Saw Blade Incidents

There have been two incidents recently where the cutting blades from reciprocating saws have fallen out of the cutter and landed on the ground.

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playitsavebox_icon04 WEATHER REPORT: In the CITY OF LONDON

TRAD have come a long way in safety thinking and practice over the last 18months. "Yes", there will be 'blips' along the way – such as the man dropping the pin from the roofing beam – but the maturity of dialogue, and direction on how to address issues like these, is evidence of Trad’s position as a company. Douglas Hamilton – Behavioural Consultant

I realise that TRAD are operating in a very difficult commercial environment just now, but I hope you can continue to recognise that leading safety forward is a positive thing even in the most straitened times. My only encouragements at this time are not to be deflected from your course and to support the team as they continue to develop the culture of continually ‘Playing it Safe’ Douglas Hamilton – Behavioural Consultant