A list of entries tagged with February 2021 innovation

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Thermal Imagery Surveys

Published 5 May 2021 | Written by CCS Best Practice Hub Administrator
CategoriesEnergy saving measures Inspections Monitoring and reporting Working methods and equipment

Staff and relevant workforce have installed a thermal imagery camera app on their smartphones and tablets. The purpose for this is to see where or if there is any heat loss coming from the building, the building is being heated inside with a temporary blow heater at present which is more than adequate to produce enough heat to see where…

Interactive Electronic Residents Pack

Published 5 May 2021 | Written by CCS Best Practice Hub Administrator
CategoriesPre-start information Sensitivity to neighbours Site, company and out of hours contact information Updates

As a means of overcoming the poor image of the industry the typical handover and aftercare arrangements leave and as an environmentally friendly alternative to the usual bulky paper-based information pack for residents, the site has developed an interactive electronic pack for new residents. This contains videos showing how to operate various features of the property and also contains copies…

Intelliframe System

Published 5 May 2021 | Written by CCS Best Practice Hub Administrator
CategoriesTraffic management arrangements Utility works

The contractor has started to utilise the Intelliframe system which is utilised on the non-motorway road networks to enable real-time monitoring of signs critical to ensuring compliance and the safety of road users. The system makes it possible for the contractor to respond to events swiftly and remotely at works locations such as where signs have fallen over or where…

Improving Visibility for Wheelchair Users

Published 5 May 2021 | Written by CCS Best Practice Hub Administrator
CategoriesLocal and special needs Obstruction Public diversions Sensitivity to neighbours

The base of the scaffolding on the front elevation of the building has been built off the public footpath and encased in neatly decorated low level timber framing with a central circulation zone for pedestrians. To improve the visibility for wheelchair users at the intersection of a pavement crossover and busy highway, viewing panels have been created in the low…

Enviro Wheel Wash

Published 5 May 2021 | Written by CCS Best Practice Hub Administrator
CategoriesPlant and machinery Reduce Water saving measures

On this enabling works project, the site team are using an Enviro Wheel Wash. The Enviro wheel wash recirculates water in a lagoon using the water filtration technology. This significantly reduces the amount of water required and recirculates 100% of the water to reduce the sites impact on the environment. To find out more, click the link below.

Barrier Bins

Published 29 March 2021 | Written by Lauren Banner
CategoriesLitter Public Rubbish

This contractor has implemented waste bins, named as ‘Barrier Bins’ on site. The bins have been specifically designed for location on the perimeter fence and pedestrian walkways to collect and segregate pedestrian waste to control potential litter and keep the site entrance clean and tidy. The barrier bin is a multi use initiative and can be used as a single…

‘Hey Girls’ Period Product Packs

Published 15 February 2021 | Written by George Vernon-Hunt
CategoriesSanitary bins Separate facilities Toilets

Period dignity is essential to health and wellbeing at work. It’s only right that female team members should have menstrual protection provided in every working environment. The Hey Girls Period Dignity campaign is part and parcel of a wider campaign to assist employers, leisure and facility providers to make conditions a little more equal for women at work and play….