White Hart are working with the consortiums delivering the East, Central and West segments of the new Tideway super-sewer in London. We have created an interactive main project induction for each of the three sections as well as specific presentations for sites within the projects, marine works and visitors. By working closely with the Tideway communications team we ensure all our work complies with their brand guidelines.
Tideway have a strong commitment to innovation so we approached the projects with that in mind. All our presentations are highly engaging, with a mixture of videos, graphics, slides and interactive sections in which the audience use keypads to respond to questions posed by the presenter. As the projects progress we work with them to develop the presentations further, responding to the needs of the client and their workforce. One of the biggest challenges facing the construction industry is complacency so we are constantly looking for fresh technology and methods of presentation to keep the workforce focused on the key health and safety messages.
Videos we have filmed include personal safety messages, acted scenarios, pieces to camera from management and operatives, personal safety commitments from employees and contractors, interviews with the Port of London Authority and HM Coastguard, instructional videos and filming from boats on the Thames.
When filming on site we are efficient and follow site rules and safety regulations, and we are sensitive to the filming restrictions of third parties, such as the Port of London Authority.
White Hart worked with us every step of the way in developing a complex, interactive presentation with multiple embedded videos, from the initial concept through to arranging actors, organising logistics and ensuring those with no experience of being filmed were comfortable talking to a camera.
Andrew Brown, HSSE Manager