Informing Operatives via Motion Sensor Voice Messages

Site operatives should be routinely briefed on current community issues which have been a result of construction work in the area as well as site safety messages.

Maintaining regular communication with site operatives not only demonstrates a courtesy to the general public at all times but also ensures a high level of constant site safety for its workforce.

Below is an example of how a site established pre-recorded voice messages that would be triggered by motion sensors to notify its workforce of community issues:

  • A motion sensor system was put in place at access points for site operatives, which would activate voice messages of various current community issues;
  • Examples of this would include “Please keep our footpaths clear”;
  • These pre-recorded messages would also emit on site safety messages and reminders for operatives.

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Monitor Report, Wates Construction Ltd, Humberside, December 2015


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