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Public Transport safety systems

Public Transport safety systems

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Committed to public transport safety

As our towns and cities expand, infrastructure strengthens, and the need to travel naturally grows. Nowadays in inner cities, people rely on buses where fuel costs outweigh bus travel. People utilise buses every day for long journeys from city to city to inner towns.

Buses play a major role in the public transport of the UK, as well as private use for schools and sports teams. The drivers rely on their vision immensely as they are responsible for multiple lives at any one time on numerous journeys, night and day.

With Spillard’s convex mirrors, night vision cameras both front and side, rear-view camera systems, and also complex vehicle sensors, the drivers have complete control and peace of mind whilst driving. They know they can increase their visibility and have visual assistance when parking in tight spaces or reversing in heavily populated areas.

Public transport safety systems

Example of vehicle types:

  • 16-seater mini and midi coaches
  • 70-seater coaches
  • 49-seater buses
  • 68/74 double decker buses
  • Disabled access buses

Vision Studies

Public Transport Vision Studies

Spillard Live vehicle monitoring

Spillard Live

Ask about Spillard Live, the award-winning Spillard Live cloud platform captures, processes and learns from an equally innovative video telematics system that displays real-time video and analytics from multiple cameras over a fleet of vehicles simultaneously.

All of this live data is safely stored on a UK secured system with full GDPR compliance, providing invaluable trend analysis to support higher safety standards and aiding in better driving habits and accident reduction.

Available for commercial and construction vehicles

We can fit our safety equipment to old and new vehicles, including:

Committed to reducing risks

Committed to reducing risks

Our main priority is your safety, and to reduce the overall number of preventable accidents

0%

of accidents are vehicle related

67% of construction industry accidents are linked to vehicles (European Union Occupational Health Agency survey 2014)

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The clear risks associated with moving vehicles cannot be understated. With new risks presenting themselves as we move forward, it is up to us to help reduce the number of accidents, both fatal and non-fatal. Our priority is keeping people safe and making sure these numbers fall.

Pete Spillard
Managing Director
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Next step

Please complete this form and a member of our safety team will be in touch to arrange the next steps.

    4 simple steps to a safer work vehicle

    1

    Book your vehicle blind spot survey

    2

    We provide a report and recommend a solution

    3

    We supply and fit

    4

    We maintain and monitor