Presentation on theme: "Health and Safety People in Bins. People In Bins 2012- 2013 reported incidents We reported 24 incidents where individuals were found either in or close."— Presentation transcript:
People In Bins 2012- 2013 reported incidents We reported 24 incidents where individuals were found either in or close to our waste containers 11 of these incidents were reported between April and October People were discovered in FEL containers, TW containers, skips and bulk carrier containers Some of these individuals were lifted and tipped into the body of our truck The picture to the left, is a real event of a person getting out of the bin after the driver found them inside whilst doing the visual check.
People In Bins 2012- 2013 locations of reported incidents 16 different locations 5 incidents reported in Nottingham
People In Bins 2013-2014 locations of reported incidents 30 incidents reported in 15 different locations 5 incidents reported in both Sheffield and Newton Abbot
People in Bins Year on Year Comparison 2012-2013 2013-2014 Although there are hot spots, the comparison shows that there are no ‘safe’ areas Remarkably nothing reported in Scotland
People In Bins Thirty Incidents Reported in 2013-2014 Sheffield – five incidents between October and January One incident each in South Shields, York, Peterborough, Bury St Edmunds and Leeds in January and February Newton Abbot – five incidents between July and February Hull - two incidents between September and October One incident each for St Helens, Birmingham, Nottingham, Lincoln and Newchapel between April and January Preston – three incidents between May and February Burgess Hill – four incidents between December and March
StreetLink How to Contact Be prepared Save 0300 500 0914 to your phone Bookmark www.streetlink.org.uk Download the StreetLink app for smartphones and tablets ….for the next time you see someone sleeping rough Spread the word Tell friends, colleagues and customers about StreetLink Put the StreetLink poster in your depot or staff communal areas