Head start

Lanes for DrainsLanes for Drains engineers are using their heads for health and safety with information that could help save their lives now kept on their hats. The company has invested in an emergency ID system that works by storing personal health information on the hard hats of all operational staff. John Glover, the Lanes Group’s Health and Safety Manager, said: “Each member of staff is given his or her own ICE – In Case of Emergency – ID. This is stuck to the side of their hard hats. Then, if their health is at risk, a member of the emergency services can pull a tab on the ID, releasing a piece of paper which contains that member of staff’s vital medical information.”


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