How HYDRO CLEANSING are so much more than CROSSRAIL Compliant
Hydro Cleansing have established a long relationship and benefit from working alongside various contractors on the delivery of Crossrail. Being Crossrail compliant, Hydro Cleansing share the safety culture engendered by Crossrail.
Hydro Cleansing’s fleet of tankers have safety specifications to meet the highest Crossrail standards. Being compliant means recognising the need to protect cyclists, pedestrians and construction staff.
Crossrail’s compliance requirements are in harmony with Hydro Cleansing’s values.
Safety is a constant priority at HCL.
Crossrail expect it’s contractors to have a high standard of safety devices on their vehicles, this is why Hydro Cleansing have invested heavily in the best safety equipment available.
- 360 degree cameras
- blind spot sensors exceed the standard required to be Crossrail compliant.
Our fleet in accordance with Crossrail guidelines are all fitted with side under run guards.
Another key element in being Crossrail complaint is cycle safety. This is where Hydro Cleansing takes the standards to the next level. Hydro Cleansing campaign for cycle safety and are CLOCS Champions, meaning that we go above and beyond normal standards of safety to make sure that vulnerable road users are protected when using the nation’s highways.
Part of the development of Terminator, our newest, largest and most powerful vacuum tanker; involved creating a new warning sign for the back of our HGVs. It emphasises the presence of our fleet and sounds a warning as the trucks manoeuvre. We are continually striving raise the bar for cycle safety within the Industrial and Environmental wet waste market sector!
From the time that Crossrail required compliance, Hydro Cleansing have not only complied with but exceeded the standards our commitment to those more vulnerable road users.
We’ve provided consistent and reliable support for their construction work and manage the wet waste disposal for much of Crossrail’s works.
HYDRO CLEANSING stand shoulder to shoulder with Crossrail in terms of upholding safety standards within the industry.