Business Benefits

Case Study – Canal & River Trust

By |2024-01-19T09:40:51+00:00January 19th, 2024|

The Canal and River Trust (C&RT) looks after 2,000 miles of historic canals and rivers including 2,949 bridges, 1,582 locks and 280 aqueducts. UK waterways encompass seven historic parks and gardens, 2,706 buildings and structures, six battlefields, 46 scheduled monuments and four World Heritage Sites. The Trust recently overhauled its approach to road-based risk management

Case Study – Heineken

By |2023-08-04T09:45:22+01:00August 4th, 2023|

Heineken is the company behind some of the UK’s leading beer and cider brands, and owns 2,400 pubs and bars. Heineken UK won the Safety and Health Excellence Award 2023, sponsored by National Highways for Best Driver Risk Management Performance. Heineken’s Workspace and Safety Partner Reka Nagy tells us how the multi-branded beer, cider and

Case Study – Speedy Hire

By |2023-09-19T18:18:23+01:00July 17th, 2023|

Speedy Services is the UK’s leading tool, equipment and plant hire services company, with specialist divisions including powered access, lifting, survey, rail and power. It supplies a wide range of equipment to major infrastructure, and construction projects, and to trade and retail customers through its nationwide service centre network and through concessions in a number

Auto Windscreens – Business Benefits

By |2023-06-20T11:49:35+01:00June 20th, 2023|

19% cut in cost of collisions. Incidents per 100,000 miles dropped from 2.8 (2019) to 1.7 (2022). Auto Windscreens has 72 sites working across 24 geographical areas. Its technicians visit customers’ homes and workplaces to repair and replace vehicle glass, and an increasing proportion of work is conducted at the company’s own sites, primarily for

Case Study – Auto Windscreens

By |2023-06-20T11:46:06+01:00June 20th, 2023|

Auto Windscreens repairs and replaces automotive glass for all types of vehicles. It also undertakes Advanced Driver Assistance System (ADAS) calibrations following windscreen replacements, to ensure technology such as forward-facing cameras, lane departure or speed recognition sensors continue to operate correctly. It has 390 LCVs and 50 company cars. Business Support Director, Shaun Atton, tells

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