"Effective management of work-related road safety can
be a real challenge. A work place isn’t just a building,
or a construction site, it extends to your vehicles too. Businesses therefore must have an effective
policy covering all their work-related driving activities. This not only ensures staff are aware of their and your responsibilities; it is an essential requirement under
Health and Safety legislation".
"I am passionate about changing the way we work in this industry and will continue to invest in research and development to find better, more efficient and safer ways of working. For too long now, we have carried out various highway maintenance activities in the same way as we did when I first came into the business more than 30 years ago".
"How do we as Directors and Managers not only give the gangs working out on the road the reassurance that we understand their issues, but also that we are doing all we can to help them to do their job as safely as possible and get home to their loved ones at the end of a hard day’s work in a challenging environment".
Winners of Amey’s employee-focused springboard to Net Zero campaign, aimed at generating innovative ideas to help the business reach its net zero ambitions, are announced today. The leading infrastructure services and engineering company wanted to support and encourage its employees to engage with the carbon agenda so pledged to plant a tree for every idea submitted and implement at least one of the submitted ideas across the business. Over the course of campaign 262 employee
Amey, working with Kent County Council, New Era Fuels and their partner Green Biofuels is set to trial biofuels across its Highways maintenance fleet, to help improve its environmental performance on Kent roads, reducing carbon dioxide emissions by up to 90%. With the government committed to reduce the UK’s net emissions of greenhouse gasses by 100% relative to 1990 levels by 2050, the need for sustainable fuels has never been greater. The biofuel trial will involve the use o
Amey, one of the UK’s largest infrastructure services and engineering companies, has joined the Business Ambition for 1.5°C Campaign, the global movement of leading companies working to limit global temperature rise. This campaign brings together the world’s largest group of companies committed to working to climate targets based on the scientific evidence. It also means Amey becomes part of the UN backed campaign – Race to Zero. Amey already has already committed to two key
Amey, the leading infrastructure services and engineering company, is stepping up its green ambition in the run up to COP26 to meet the growing demand for innovative solutions to meet climate challenges. Amey’s green ambition is set out in its Social Value Plan and its recently launched Roadmap to Net Zero. Amey has committed to reducing its carbon emissions to net zero by 2040, while Amey’s in-house Consultancy business has a growing team of specialists developing pioneering