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LOCATION: Company-wide ARTICLE YEAR 2001
ACTIVITY: Competence Assurance COMPANY: Foster Yeoman
SUB ACTIVITY: N/A COMPANY LOCATION: Not applicable
BEST PRACTICE No: BP86 COMPANY TEL: 01373 456762
COUNTRY OF ORIGIN: United Kingdom
TITLE
Cautionary warning notes
ARTICLE
To provide proof to HSE Inspectors that managers had consulted staff and contractors on breaches of health & safety, Foster Yeoman has introduced a Cautionary Warning Note system.

Foster Yeoman is in the process of integrating its warning note system with its in-house training system. One transgression triggers a re-examination of the individual on the relevant training module; the issue of two notes requires the individual to re-attend (and be tested on) the full two-day induction programme. Finally, it was agreed with the workforce more than three notes in a calendar year would trigger a counselling process with that individual’s line manager.
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