Gary Escott

Wasted opportunities – consistent data to improve safety

Being struck by a vehicle while at work is surprisingly common throughout various industries in the UK. The waste sector remains a very high risk, in fact, its fatalities are 15..

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OnGrade changes brand name to SiteZone Safety

OnGrade were originally formed in 2009 by Gary Escott and Nigel Adams, and launched the SiteZone proximity system soon after. Since then, SiteZone has been used in various..

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ESS Safeforce stocks 500 SiteZone systems

Having recently celebrated their four-year anniversary as hire partners, SiteZone Safety and ESS Safeforce are celebrating another milestone: a record 500 SiteZone systems are now..

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Don't skip the safety with brand new dumper advance

A variant of the successful SiteZone system, Dumper Advance has been specially developed for use on forward tipping dumpers to meet anti-collision safety needs on working sites.

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The flexibility of RFID Anti-Collision systems

Gary Escott, Director of SiteZone Safety, discusses the benefits of using an RFID proximity warning system that works in tandem with existing safety protocols, not apart from..

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FCC Sutton Courtney landfill Cat 836 compactor

Helping FCC keep their waste & recycling sites safe

Plant equipment Vehicles operating on varying FCC sites include:

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Work in a safe zone – it’s the best way

I’ve worked across a wide range of industries and have seen first-hand, the awful consequences of injury and compromised safety practices. At SiteZone Safety we’ve focussed on..

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Hughes & Salvidge achieve safer demolition at Heathrow

Why demolition specialists, Hughes and Salvidge chose to install OnGrade’s SiteZone proximity warning systems on their demolition plant at Heathrow Airport site.

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