Phew creates new personal safety website for Milton Keynes University Hospital
Phew is really pleased to share that a new microsite for Milton Keynes University Hospital called ‘Project S’, has recently gone live, which aims to help raise awareness of personal safety for those working in the NHS.
The launch of the microsite was essential to helping Milton Keynes University Hospital provide practical advice, support and education for staff across the NHS, along with cultural change tools and an allyship for the national safety programme.
Milton Keynes University Hospital is an existing client of Phew, having created their website and internal intranet, so the natural choice was to use Phew again for Project S, which the team were delighted to assist with.
The microsite also offers a platform for NHS staff to anonymously share their own experiences relating to safety whilst at work.
Cara Crotty, Content and Design Officer at Milton Keynes University Hospital, commented: “We chose Phew as they developed our main website and internal intranet, and the team made the whole development process really simple for us. Not only did the team set up the site, they ensured we knew how to use the functions on the site which we had not seen before.
“Although we had some queries when creating the site, Phew’s availability and prompt response meant that we had a new site that no only met our expectations, but exceeded them.”