Another site! Arriva Rail London have expanded their use of SiteSentinel. The latest location, Wembley Sidings, is located close to the iconic Wembley Stadium. The sidings provide train servicing facilities for ARL’s rolling stock.
Arriva Rail London, part of the Arriva Group, operate the London Overground network in partnership with Transport for London. The network delivers 190 million passenger journeys per year using 106 trains on seven routes.
SiteSentinel provides professional inductions for safer worksites. It provides an online induction, test, and administration interface. The system is designed to consistently deliver relevant, high-quality information using text, photos, video, and illustrations. SiteSentinel provides an audit trail of site inductions for staff, visitors, and contractors.
Last week we travelled northwards to the bustling city of Birmingham to set up camp at Railtex – which combined with Infrarail made it one of the rail industry’s biggest events in the UK this year. We were primed and ready for three days of engaging discussion, new opportunities and some fun. The fact that so many of us hadn’t been able to enjoy face-to-face discussion with people outside of our own immediate working groups for the last year and a half, provided that additional frisson of excitement to proceedings!
We were pleased to be a part of the RBDCommunity’s ‘Eagle Lab’, set up specifically to help small to medium enterprises (SMEs) showcase their products and services. This helped us to make the most of our time at the event and engage with people that were interested in SiteSentinel, our online worksite induction platform.
We were also able to offer delegates a SiteSentinel tour – showing them how the system delivers relevant, up to date, high quality induction information using text, photos, video and illustrations.
We have primarily implemented SiteSentinel at train depots and stations, but our time at Railtex also opened our eyes to other possibilities in a much broader range of scenarios – everything from construction to the charity sector. If we hadn’t been able to spend time with such a diverse and dynamic community, we may not have so readily considered these areas.
Founder of Lucid Communications, Paul Townsend said “Exhibiting at Railtex really made us feel a part of the wider rail community again. It’s been a tough period for everyone, and it was invigorating to come together with this vibrant sector to properly start considering how we all safely move forward whilst still continuing to innovate. We were delighted by how many people took a copy of our white paper ‘Professional Inductions, Safer Sites’ and we also sincerely hope everyone who was lucky enough to get a Lucid polo shirt is now wearing it!”
We are delighted to be exhibiting at Railtex this September 2021 at the NEC Birmingham on Stand K80 in Hall 12; and after the year we’ve all had we’re looking forward to engaging in some good old fashioned face-to-face discussion!
This year’s event will be the 15th edition of Railtex and it has joined forces with key rail sector conference, Infrarail, meaning the show will service both the infrastructure and rolling stock sides of the sector, therefore creating the ultimate show for the rail industry.
Founder of Lucid Communications, Paul Townsend said “Throughout the last year and a half the rail industry has worked hard to keep rail services safely moving up and down the country. Railtex presents a fantastic opportunity for everyone to come together to celebrate what we’ve achieved and consider how we will all safely stride forward into an altered landscape with a whole host of new challenges.”
At the event we will be showcasing SiteSentinel, our online worksite induction platform, which also incorporates a test and administration interface. The system is designed to consistently deliver relevant, up to date, high quality induction information using text, photos, video and illustrations. SiteSentinel ensures an easily accessible audit trail of worksite safety inductions for all staff, visitors and contractors.
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We’re thrilled to announce we’ve smashed our own monthly inductions record – delivering 2,145 online worksite inductions to rail personnel in the month of May 2021 – our highest ever monthly figure. Pre-COVID we delivered an average of 2,000 inductions per month in 2019 – indicating the rail industry is firmly back on track!
Founder of Lucid Communications, Paul Townsend said “We’re delighted to have beaten our own induction record. Not only is this fantastic news for Lucid, it’s also a heartening indicator that the rail industry itself, as well as all the subsidiary industries and individuals that support the sector, are picking themselves up after one of the toughest times we may ever see in our lifetime.”
The SiteSentinel platform provides an online induction, test and administration interface. The system is designed to consistently deliver relevant, up to date, high quality information using text, photos, video and illustrations.
SiteSentinel ensures an easily accessible audit trail of worksite safety inductions for all staff, visitors and contractors.
We are delighted to announce that we have been commissioned by both Bristol Temple Meads and Paddington train stations to implement SiteSentinel, our online worksite induction platform. SiteSentinel will train the wide variety of daily station visitors in what they need to know to stay safe and vigilant whilst on site.
Both Bristol and Paddington stations have a constant flow of visitors; from contractors completing repair and maintenance jobs to the army of ‘Here to Help’ volunteers who are present every single day to guide and support passengers. Currently contractors complete an on site paper based induction whilst volunteers are provided with a briefing pack.
Implementing SiteSentinel at both Bristol and Paddington will mean that all station visitors will receive their induction using the same online induction platform, which can be completed at a time and location convenient to them. SiteSentinel will also direct different induction content to different visitors, meaning each individual user will only see the information that is relevant to their visit at the station.
Both stations have chosen SiteSentinel to streamline their induction process following its hugely successful roll out at Reading station, which remains the biggest SiteSentinel station implementation so far in terms of the range of different content available for different users.
The SiteSentinel platform provides an online induction, test and administration interface. The system is designed to consistently deliver relevant, high-quality information using text, photos, video and illustrations. SiteSentinel provides an audit trail of site inductions for staff, visitors, and contractors.