We provide video presentations delivering safety, health and environmental information, together with project specific details, which can form part of the induction process.
Communication is key to delivering a safe project and we embrace this in our systems and procedures. We aim to provide a consistency across all projects with branding, colour coding, signage and imagery that is both unique and easily identifiable.
We produce visitor leaflets and logistics handbooks to identify key project team members, the logistics strategy and key operational procedures of a project. Drivers rules, tool box talks, inductions and signage can be provided in many languages to suit project requirements.
A professional way of welcoming new team members, operatives and visitors to the project. Reflecting the project or corporate branding where required, the booklet can contain information such as an overview of the project, facilities locations, recycling efforts, entrances/exits and local amenities. It can be easily updated as the project progresses.
A short film is an effective way to introduce a project, key team members and critical health and safety information, including specific project risks. We can manage the process from devising the content, pre-production, filming, rough editing for client comment and final editing. The film can be available as a DVD or online.
Clipfine devises neighbour websites to efficiently deliver community and project information such as crane activities, road closures, design, progress and relevant information which impact the local community. We collate the information and then produce relevant and timely information for the local neighbours, the project team and the site workforce via the dedicated website.
We can manage a full range of project events from project kick-off away days, topping-out events and project completion parties. The management of these can involve everything from invitation production, venue and catering sourcing, pre-event site modifications or management of the entire event itself.