ATS Euromaster Puts Safety First with SafeContractor Renewal
ATS Euromaster has reinforced its safety credentials in the fast-fit sector with the renewal of its SafeContractor accreditation. The accreditation means the tyre and vehicle maintenance specialist can instantly comply with the health and safety requirements of many clients, simplifying the procurement process for potential customers. As ATS Euromaster operates a fleet of more than 820 mobile service vans, SafeContractor provides peace of mind to customers that a technician attending their site is fully compliant with the highest levels of health and safety.
The company secured the renewal after passing a rigorous vetting processes, which looks at accident records, health and safety procedures and risk assessments, as well as demanding a demonstration of continuous improvement. Paul Millward, Health, Safety, Environment and Technical Training Manager at ATS Euromaster, says: “SafeContractor is an established industry benchmark, and the renewal of our accreditation means it’s easy for potential clients to verify and trust in our exceptional track record in health and safety.”
SafeContractor assesses the health and safety arrangements, policies and qualifications of contractors. All companies earning accreditation are included on a database, which is accessible to more than 300 businesses, meaning they can vet potential contractors before they set foot on site.
The renewal means ATS Euromaster continues to have the most extensive health and safety accreditation in the sector. In addition to SafeContractor, the company has also held the Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents (RoSPA) Gold Award since 2014 and has been an accredited member of the Contractors Health and Safety Scheme (CHAS) since 2010.