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Internal communications resources

Download images and flyers to help your organisation use what3words for health and safety and get training resources for teams managing and responding to incident reports.

Public communications resources

Access everything you need to explain to the public how to use the what3words app to report the location of an issue, hazard or incident to your contact centre team.

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You can now use @what3words to report the location of an issue to our team. what3words has given every 3m square 3 random words that are easy to find and share with us.
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You can now use @what3words to report the location of an issue to our team. what3words has given every 3m square 3 random words that are easy to find and share with us.
Get the free app qtrh4.app.goo.gl/TWB

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We’re using what3words to operate safely and more efficiently.

what3words has assigned every 3 metre square a unique combination of three words. For example [///word.word.word is the what3words address for the exact entrance to our headquarters.]

That’s why we’re using what3words to pinpoint incident locations more efficiently and improve our response times. Now, if you need to report [a pothole/an incident/an issue/damage to our equipment], you can describe precisely where it is using just three words and we’ll know exactly where to send help.

Download the free what3words app to try it: https://app.w3w.io/mlLtnrdsP6

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We’re using what3words to operate safely and more efficiently.

what3words has assigned every 3 metre square a unique combination of three words. For example [///word.word.word is the what3words address for the exact entrance to our headquarters.]

That’s why we’re using what3words to pinpoint incident locations more efficiently and improve our response times. Now, if you need to report [a pothole/an incident/an issue/damage to our equipment], you can describe precisely where it is using just three words and we’ll know exactly where to send help.

Download the free what3words app to try it: https://app.w3w.io/mlLtnrdsP6