Amberon Traffic Management, the UK’s leading Traffic Management provider, is the latest member to join Safer Highways.
Founded in 2002, Amberon originally began providing battery traffic lights for hire, until they soon saw the demand increase for additional services. They now specialise in a wide range of temporary traffic management solutions.
As well as the expertise to carry out high and low speed works, the company additionally offer full event management services, in house sign design and manufacture, hire equipment including temporary battery powered traffic signals, Mobile CCTV units to enhance safety of onsite operatives, hybrid tower lights, variable message signs (VMS) and traffic management equipment such as barriers, road signs and cones. Amberon TM also offer special project teams dealing with rail, telecoms, utilities, civil schemes and events.
Speaking about joining Safer Highways, Jeff Quimby, HSEQ Manager at Amberon said:
“I am delighted that Amberon have become members of the Safer Highways Community. I’m excited and looking forward to working with, and alongside, my industry peers in the development of new ways of working whilst improving those that are already established.
Safer Highways has made a real difference to the perception of the highways industry and by working and campaigning together as a group I strongly believe we can significantly influence change within the sector and reduce risk for not only our own staff but for all those working on or using our highways network.”
Sucessfully growing its membership, Safer Highways is on its 53rd new membership in 2021. The organisation that has a mission to make sure that the highways sector becomes a beacon of best practice for the good management of all health, safety and wellbeing issues, and that other sectors looks to our industry as leaders in this field.
Kevin Robinson, Chief Executive of Safer Highways, added:
“The addition of Amberon to our growing membership is testimony to the influence and impact the Safer Highways programmes are having on our industry as a whole.”
“As we grow and our workflows become increasingly more complex and labour intensive it is vital that member companies step up and immerse themselves within the collective.
“From the outset this type of can-do attitude was something which struck me about Amberon and I look forward to a collaborative working relationship.”