Video glasses to improve road safety standards

Reasonable efforts should be made to minimise the impact of deliveries, parking and work on the public highways.

Sites should ensure that traffic is managed appropriately to protect the workforce, visitors, pedestrians and road users.

Below is an example of how sites can use technology to improve safety standards for vulnerable road users:

  • Site teams were asked to assist the public whenever possible;
  • They were also encouraged to conduct inspections of delivery vehicles to ensure compliance with FORS and monitor driver performance;
  • Video glasses were provided to street operatives to support these processes;
  • The glasses continuously recorded (sound and vision), everything which occurs in the course of conducting his or her duties;
  • Content could be downloaded following any incident and form part of any review.

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Monitor Report, Mace, London, July 2015


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