As part of Keepmoat Northwest commitment to engaging with the local community, in the Worsley Mesne area, Keepmoat’s Social Value Manager Julie Baker recently visited St James Primary school to talk to their pupils about dangers found on a construction site.
With St James Primary school being situated near to the development, and many of the children living within proximity, it was important that the pupils were given information about the development and informed of the possible accidents that could arise when entering a construction site.
The health and safety talk covered topics such as hazards that may be found on, or around, a live construction site, safety signs and their meanings and how children can remain safe.
The session ended with a questions and answer session before tasking the students with designing a colourful health and safety poster which will be collected after the Easter break.
Winning posters from each year group will be selected and the students presented with their prize during a school assembly. All posters will be displayed on our site hoarding.