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A training day to improve safety on construction sites

Health and safety is more of a priority than ever at Bouygues Construction, and effective safety measures are becoming even more important across all our construction sites. In light of this development, Bouygues Construction University has launched a training programme for team leaders.

The initiative came from Philippe Bonnave, the company’s CEO and Philippe Villain, Director of Risk Prevention, Health and Safety. The training course will take place at the Challenger head office.

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“Safety is our number one priority.”

Devised in partnership with Saint-Cyr Formation Continue and C. Avezzard Formation, the curriculum consists of a carefully designed safety course through which participants will learn the seven key responsibilities of a safety leader. They are as follows:

-Foreseeing and preparing

-Passing on instructions: understanding them, explaining them and ensuring that they are understood

-Stepping back, taking the role of a guardian and adjusting

-Stopping and correcting a situation that is non-compliant or hazardous, or taking action to have this situation corrected

-Being exemplary, in order to be obeyed and ensure support

-Congratulating and educating

-Providing feedback

In teams of eight, with each person taking their turn to play team leader, participants will be confronted with organisational uncertainties and will have to take part in the course’s workshops, complying with the general rules of the course and the operating procedures and instructions specific to each workshop. Continuous situational simulations (80% of training time) will enable participants to exercise their safety leadership and learn the methods and tools used to put into practice the seven key safety responsibilities that are vital on a construction site.

This training scheme will be undertaken by nearly 1,200 team leaders in France over the next three years, and it will be implemented internationally from 2017.