WITH CONCEPT EVOLUTION The Concept Evolution range of facilities, workplace and workforce management solutions from FSI employ a ‘contactless first’ approach, ensuring the safety and wellbeing of employees, facilities staff, and contractors.

Contractors can use their own devices for checking-in upon arrival at site rather than the on-site touch screen kiosk.

Geo-fencing technology confirms their proof of attendance, and once approved, relevant induction processes, health check surveys, and the tasks to be carried out are released to their device for completion.

With the digital permit to work system fully integrated into the process, you are assured that only qualified and validated personnel can carry out the work. The importance of


SAFETY STATIONS Safety signs manufacturer and safety products supplier, Spectrum Industrial has extended its range of safety stations.

Safety stations positioned in easily accessible areas provide that helping hand to health and safety managers, by aiding the reduction of workplace injuries.

According to HSE there were 693,000 people that sustained an injury at work in 2019/20. Unfortunately, accidents will inevitably happen in the workplace, but it is the employer’s responsibility to ensure risks are identified and measures are put in place to avoid accidents.

Safety stations are an ideal way of displaying key health and safety messages. Each station has been designed to provide pertinent information and safety equipment in a consistent and professional manner.

The use of shadow board characteristics on these stations


adherence to correct PPE and hazard awareness is also highlighted.

Maximising the effectiveness of the contractor visit is very important. Pre-visit questionnaires and detailed requirements of work can be completed prior to attendance at site. Real- time verification that work has been successfully completed minimises additional unnecessary return visits, reducing exposure and contact.

Continuing with workforce optimisation, safe routes and a contactless checkpoint for cleaning staff can be created. As the cleaner carries out their duties, they can ‘check-in’ within range of specified locations and immediately receive tasks. This not only reduces cost but also minimises unnecessary physical contact.

For employees returning to the workplace, even regular office routines are now a cause for concern. Via a scheduling assistant, staff can check availability and book a short time slot for their personal use of

such facilities, to avoid congregating. These on-demand services also instigate cleaning tasks based upon usage, acknowledging necessary health and safety practices whilst increasing resource productivity.

Employee confidence is a main consideration in returning a business to its workplace. With the Concept Advantage suite of workplace apps, an organisation can digitally communicate their work to ensure the facilities are safe to visit. The apps also provide a focal point for users to raise any concerns they may have. Issues can be assessed, and actions relayed back to the business, providing reassurance of the continual improvement taking place.

clearly shows where information should be stored, highlighting missing information and ensuring that urgently needed materials can be located

Spectrum’s range includes First Aid Stations, Fire Action Stations, Hazard Stations and Site Safety Notice Boards.

Managing Director, Paul Kantecki commented: “These stations make everyone aware of not only possible dangers, they list

important information as well as safety equipment.”

The extended range is in stock now, but with in-house manufacturing capabilities, these Safety Stations can be produced in different materials, sizes and also be customised featuring client’s logo and branding, or can be tailored to suit client’s individual requirements.

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