Ensuring pedestrian and cyclists safety using speed cameras

To ensure the safety of cyclists, pedestrians and other road users, sites should take measures to minimise the risk of vehicle or plant movement, on and around site.

Sites should also make sure delivery vehicles and plant drive appropriately on the designated delivery routes.

Sites can ensure the safety of pedestrians and cyclists by using speed cameras:

  • Speed cameras were purchased and following negotiation with the local county council, cameras were installed at 8 locations along the designated delivery route;
  • The cameras were used to photograph speeding vehicles;
  • All delivery vehicles were identified and number plates recorded on site, so offending drivers could be reminded to drive carefully;
  • A current risk board was used on site, to warn of daily hazards.

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First visit Monitor Report, Balfour Beatty, Lancashire, June 2015


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