Useful information and links for frontline workers in
transport and infrastructure

Are you a frontline worker in transport or infrastructure wanting to speak up about health and safety but feeling unable to use your company’s safety reporting channels? Or maybe you have already tried raising your concern through your company’s channels without success? Then speak to CIRAS.

What we do

You can contact CIRAS when you want to raise a health, safety or wellbeing concern while protecting your identity. We will listen, remove any identifying details and then pass on your concern.

We will tell the company your concern on your behalf so that they can take action.

We will share their response with you, giving you the chance to ask further questions if you feel your concern hasn’t been properly addressed. 

 

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Reasons to speak up

You can report any genuine health, safety or wellbeing concern to us. Here are some examples of what gets raised with CIRAS. Your confidentiality is our priority and will never be compromised. We’re independent and we will make sure you are heard, confidentially.

Phone: 0800 4 101 101
Text: 07507 285 887
Onlinewww.ciras.org.uk/raise-a-concern
Freepost: CIRAS

 

How CIRAS helps you stay safe

Watch our video on how to make a CIRAS report

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Webinars

You can find out more about why it’s important to report health and safety concerns, and how CIRAS can help, by attending one of our regular short webinars. Find out dates by following us on social media. Or you can watch one of our past webinars online here:

Webinar slides

 @CIRAS_UK         https://www.linkedin.com/company/ciras

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Frontline Matters

Our newsletter includes features and CIRAS reports with company responses highlighting workforce health, safety and environmental concerns across our members' sectors. Subscribe by emailing editor@ciras.org.uk 

 

Issue 11 of Frontline Matters     Previous issues

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Case studies
Click the tiles below to see examples of how people have used CIRAS to
get action on their health and safety concerns.

   

Articles
Some useful tips on how to stay safe and healthy at work.


  
  

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Useful links

Our A.D.V.I.C.E pages on debtgamblingmental health and domestic violence.

A.D.V.I.C.E. hub on Safety Central
Track Safety Alliance
ACAS (resolving work-related disputes)

Health and safety
No Time to Lose campaign
Breathe Freely campaign

More support
Samaritans
Mind
Our Frontline
Mates in Mind
Transport Benevolent Fund
Railway Benefit Fund
Railway Mission
Construction Industry Helpline/ Lighthouse Club