With February around the corner and love in the air…we are proud to shout about our Project Manager who openly admits her love for Health & Safety?
Scene2 Senior Project Manager Laura North speaks out….
“I love my job…I love making lists and especially using my highlighter to cross things off it!
Every project has its own list and every list should have Health & Safety as a key focus. Risk assessment, method statement, installation manuals, materials fire certification, tool lists (including; first aid kit, accident book and sub-contractors safe handling declarations) all need completing for each project and despite having worked in many locations on multiple occasions, most of our projects are bespoke and have never been built before so the RAMS are new too!”
Laura comments that, following recent national events that have hit the red light on Health & Safety, Scene2 have found attention to health & safety in projects is becoming an increasingly crucial part of each job.
“It has obviously always been essential that health & safety is adhered to on all projects and we have always insisted it’s done properly. Increasingly, our clients are seeing it as a necessary component to ensuring a successful campaign and not just red tape for us all to cut through. For example, in Exhibition Stand design and production, one of our industry sectors, the UK exhibitions industry attracts in excess of 13 million visitors annually which makes public/visitor safety a priority in the execution of any project. We are experts in producing giant props for exhibitions, which usually means we build very tall things! Ever changing rules and regulations make due diligence an increasingly important part of our role within a project.”
Scene2 Director, Susan Walker says “In our experience of working in the big UK venues like NEC & Excel, our clients who make the space bookings and then approach us to design and build their stand, are overwhelmed by the paperwork that they are given to complete. Where clients have engaged us to design, build and install their stands we can do this at no extra cost.”
Laura goes on to say, “We are proud to offer to take the headache away as part of our service to clients. Each show’s rules and regulations differ but the headache remains in taking the time to read everything thoroughly to ensure compliance. Even with my 7 years’ experience, I can take more than a couple of hours to read through the forms, associated notes and guidance documents thoroughly, which to the inexperienced eye, can seem a minefield of information. We have the time and expertise to fill out all the forms and, some may say sadly, I actually enjoy it!”
Laura has given her top tips to consider:
Laura North has been Project Manager for Scene2 for 7 years and has led the team in successful execution of experiential projects and exhibition stands for clients including World Vision, JWT, Frukt, SP Group, Itsu, Kudox, ALUK, YouTube and Café Pod
The #tasteoflondon foodie wonderland has welcomed the Itsu experiential stand to its five day festival of eating, drinking and entertainment in the heart of London.
Scene2 enjoy working with Itsu and are proud to have installed their experiential stand at Regents Park this morning, ready for sampling the delicious Itsu range.
Scene2 Project Manager, Laura North said “Taste of London is the world’s greatest restaurant festival and we are proud to be working once again with our Itsu friends at such a great event. We have installed this fully modular, eye-catching, experiential exhibition stand many times and are proud of how stunning it always looks”
The Itsu stand can be visited at Taste of London from 15th-19th June 2016 at Regent’s Park, London.
We’ve just created this giant 3D book for a storeytelling event in a shopping mall. Children can enter between the scenery and be part of the story.
We have a scary monster in our story! Who can it be?…..
It’s only Ben – not that scary really!
As we prepare to tour our stylish photo booths around the country, here are some shots of the build as it takes shape in the workshop.
This September we are celebrating again as the enhanced stand became the talk of LFWE host venue Somerset House, London.
With the floor plan re-design creating a full photographer’s studio & the addition of a bespoke photo-mechanic, Diet Coke generated a potential reach of over 250,000 consumers.
Styled to support the launch of limited edition JPG bottles & cans, the stand housed a striking JPG header & photo backdrop. Giant cans once again provided eye-catching storage solutions while ipad kiosks & stylish plinths “hero’d” the product.
We loved our bespoke photo-mechanic as much as everyone who stepped up to strike a pose. We had many laughs road-testing before it went live for LFWE. Once on-site, consumers could choose a day or night JPG themed image to strike a pose “sea-side style”.
The photo was instantly available for upload onto Facebook, email or Twitter via ipad kiosks.
LFWE saw a total of 1700 photos taken, 560 published on Facebook, 90 on Twitter & 500 emailed directly. Every participant was encouraged to “like” the Diet Coke Facebook page. With all social media figures totalled, the Diet Coke brand had a potential reach of over 250,000 people, pretty good figures for photo fun.
We have created this experiential stand for marketing agency SMP
See it at the clacton air show until tonight.
Press one of the buttons on each side and expect the unexpected to appear through one of the “hidden” panels in the wall!