The Meaning of O-F-V-H in the Booking SMS
O – Outdoors. This means the shift will be outdoors and you should bring a hat, sunscreen, water, food, wet weather protection and warm clothes.
F – Factory. You will have to accompany the client back to the factory at the end of your shift to help them unload their vehicles and put all equipment away and you may be required to assist in job deprep.
V – Safety Vest. This means you must arrive to work wearing your SHS safety vest (if you do not have one, contact the office)
H – Hard Hat. This means you must bring a Hard Hat to work with you (if you do not have one, contact the office)
When you receive an SMS to book you on a shift, either a Can you do? message or a Confirmed message, if there is a single letter at the end of the message such as O or F or even both such as OF, or even all four such as OFVH then it means you must be prepared for the circumstances outlined above. On your personal Crew Page you will find these details. If the Confirmed SMS is very long, the letter may not be included, but it would have definitely been in the Can you do? SMS and it will also be online. It is always advisable for all crew to always check online.