Shrewsbury Street housing development, Trafford, is leading the technical revolution by using external digital pods to deliver up-to-the-minute Health and Safety information and improve on-site communication.
Working with leading private TV network providers, Anomaly, they have become one of the first construction sites in the UK to install their latest Hi-Vis system developed specifically for the construction industry.
The site opted for a 47” freestanding portrait pod near the entrance turnstile to relay Health and Safety information to workers as they enter/ leave the site.
They have also placed a 47” freestanding landscape screen facing outwards through a purpose-built hole in the hoarding to engage the public, showing how this project will benefit the local community as well as highlighting the sites sustainability performance against target.
This pod acts as a platform to broadcast information from Trafford Housing Trust.
Internal systems have also been installed in the site office and canteen to continue delivery of key information and encourage best practice throughout.
The channel is fully customised by Anomaly to reflect Willmott Dixon’s strong corporate identity.
John Morewood, Operations Manager at Willmott Dixon said:
“This truly is a great way of delivering quick and accurate information to the workforce and the general public using state of the art technology. Aside from publishing general project information to the public and health, safety and welfare information to our operatives, we are able to publish weather alerts and daily site traffic movements etc, instantly to all concerned. Having this kit installed has made communication easier and quicker.”
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