BMI working practices
Technology has the potential to transform the way we work and we have long embraced new technology as a route towards becoming a safer, more efficient and better organisation.
An example of this is machine control technology which – through our partnership with Leica Geosystems – we have been leading the industry in the use of for over five years.
Through the use of onboard machine control systems we are able to make our machines and the projects we work on:
- More productive
- More efficient
In June 2011 the UK government published its BIM (Business Information Modelling) strategy, announcing its intention to require collaborative 3D BIM (with all project and asset information, documentation and data being electronic) on its projects by 2016.
With just two years to go, BIM will have more and more of an impact on the construction and engineering industries and our background of adopting the latest technology means that the Total Regeneration Group are well placed to adopt BIM working practices both for our customers and our own operations.
Through a range of communications programmes and targeted training initiatives we are working hard to achieve our Target Zero goal: zero accidents and zero ill health caused by work. Through our Health Like Safety