A list of entries tagged with October 2019 Innovation

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Promoting the Benefits of Earthing/Grounding across the Business

Published 11 November 2019 | Written by CCS Best Practice Hub Administrator
CategoriesHealthy lifestyle advice Mental health Recreation Rest Stress

With the Managing Director growing up in New Zealand, he is keen to share his cultural experiences with all the workforce, Grounding or Earthing is something that he recommends and recently after further research the company decided to promote this across the business. Earthing or Grounding is where you put your body in direct and uninterrupted contact with the earth….

Eco Friendly Car for Public Use

Published 4 November 2019 | Written by CCS Best Practice Hub Administrator
CategoriesEfficient fuel use Facilities for visitors Goodwill Hybrid/electric plant

As a goodwill gesture, CEL has purchased an eco-friendly car which is parked outside of the development’s central Hub building. All residents who register to become part of the Car Club, and have a full driving licence, are able to use the car on a “journey specific” regime basis. They are permitted to use the car around the local Bath…

Remote Controlled Crane Suspended Lifting Beam

Published 15 October 2019 | Written by Magdalena Andres
CategoriesInitiatives Vehicle enhancements Working methods

A remote-controlled load management system for all crane operations, which eliminates the need for human held taglines to control suspended loads, has been launched in the UK on Thames Tideway KEMPF Construction Site. Lift and orientation specialist Verton has developed a system which can be applied to suspended loads of all sizes and across industries including infrastructure, engineering, construction, general…

Posture Improvement Campaign: Soter Spine

Published 15 October 2019 | Written by Rachel Butler
CategoriesHealthy lifestyle advice Medical conditions Occupational health risks

Soter Spine Analysis is a 10-15 day program which helps coach you to use better working postures and avoid ergonomic injury. It consists of a wearable device and mobile application. The device measures all the bending and twisting movements you make then calculates if the movement is hazardous. The app synchronises with the app, recording the data. If you make…