Attendees at our HSER Forum in October will undertake a Helping Hands workshop. 

The Helping Hands Hand and Finger Preservation Program represents a unique opportunity for workers to get involved with a worthwhile cause at the same time as super-charging engagement.

Hand and finger injuries remain one of the most frequent injury occurring in our industry.

HSERs will build prosthetic hands that following the workshop are donated to amputee landmine victims throughout the developing world.

The activity empowers every participant while making a life-changing contribution to those affected by landmines, reminding each of the importance of behaving in a safe manner at each work site – in other words, making safety real. 

Helping Hands starts a conversation about safety – whilst providing a broader learning about the impact hand and finger incidents have on our industry.

The Safer Together Sharing Library contains a range of Safety Toolbox materials on hand and finger preservation – follow the link and download the materials and use them at your next toolbox talk to deepen the discussion on hand and finger safety in your workplace.