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December 2014

CCC HSE Training Bus

 


In order to meet CCC core values and in particular items related to innovative approaches to the construction industry, CCC HSE group took the initiative to bring HSE training to the job site rather than taking employees off site to a static HSE training facility. It was identified that huge cost savings could be made by eliminating the transportation of large numbers of employees, sometimes great distances, and training could be related to actual site conditions and hazards.
As a result, the HSE Mobile Training Unit was introduced to some of CCC projects.
The introduction and adoption of the HSE Mobile Training Unit reduces the site logistical issues hindering people from attending HSE training, especially on pipeline, roads and overspread projects where long travelling distances are required due to large and expanded worksites.
The added value of this initiative and innovative approach to HSE training is reflected in two major aspects of the construction industry:
1. HSE culture is enhanced through the safety signs and messages that are conveyed on these Mobile HSE Training Units.
2. Efficiency and effectiveness approach: Adding to this, the mobile HSE training unit impacts positively on the environmental aspect of the construction industry in general, as it enhances the extended life cycle of fixed assets, old buses that are already depreciated, and thus recycling them rather than getting rid of them.

In this way, the construction project will be saving a lot of unnecessary waste to the environment on one hand, and will be developing a new asset from an already depreciated one on the other hand.

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