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Crown Highways become the latest organisation to join the Safer Highways family.

Specialist highways contractor, Crown Highways, is the latest company to become a member of Safer Highways, making it the 48th to join the organisation since the start of the year.

It marks a successful year for 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.

Crown Highways is a specialist contractor that offers a wide range of civil engineering, street lighting and highway technology services for a wide range of public and private sector clients. Safety, quality, customer and collaboration is at the heart of everything the company does, alongside embracing innovation and driving continual improvement across all its activities. Crown’s approach to scheme delivery is to deliver ‘right first time, every time’. This is supported by its commitment to ensuring that its team is fully trained and competent and they are mentally and physically fit for work. “We are passionate about delivering our services safely and reliably to meet the growing expectations of our valued clients,” the company says.

Commenting on the company joining as members, Mike Dale, Managing Director of Crown Highways said: “We are looking forward to working with the Safer Highways team to learn from others and share our safety experiences with the wider community. It’s a great network of like-minded organisations looking to make a difference to roadworkers working environments, the latest plant technologies and sustainable materials.”

Kevin Robinson, Chief Executive of Safer Highways, added: “I am very pleased that Crown Highways is the latest company in the highways sector to join the Safer Highways collective. Crown’s ‘right first time, every time’ approach to operational delivery is not only commendable but is a philosophy that should be applied to everything health, safety and wellbeing related.”

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