With a majority of us being kept at home there is limited visibility at the Capital Roading Project sites. Thankfully, this helps to keep our staff safe, but how do we gain visibility without exposing people to potential risk?
This is a challenge we have been supporting a number of customers with so we wanted to share our approach as this might be useful for you.
While there are a range of issues that could occur on-site, the most important first step is to triage which locations, if any, require attention so these can be prioritised.
To achieve this, real-time monitoring can be put in place both within and around site boundaries to flag emerging issues.
How does this work?
Monitoring set up in minutes to understand delays and average speeds around your worksites, without the need to send people out to site.
Proactive alerts for delay and speeds will then be set up to alert key personnel of excessive delays or when average speeds exceed safe levels.
Share with stakeholders once setup, add key stakeholders so they have visibility.
Having online access to real-time traffic behaviour from your home office will enable you and your teams to ensure safer journeys are in place for the travelling public and any essential services.
If you are looking at proactive ways to protect your sites, we can help you design and implement a plan to gain confidence.