Dyer & Butler has become the latest company to become a member of Safer Highways, the leading industry-wide body which champions health, safety and wellbeing.
This comes at a time of significant growth for Safer Highways which has seen several new members join the organisation in the last four months. Dyer & Butler is added to an already solid base of tier 1 and 2 contractors and other companies from across the whole highways supply chain.
The company will bring valuable experience of its work across highways, they have built a reputation for working in close partnership with public organisations to deliver high quality, value-led solutions for road, bridge and highway works with a wide range of services, including: carriageway construction, junction improvements, access roads, highway reconstruction and surfacing, park & ride facilities, cycle routes, footpaths, bridges, tunnels and embankments. These also include environmental improvements such as drainage, kerbing, barriers, paving, street furniture and signage in the UK to help Safer Highways as it continues to support the sector with a number of important programmes as well as continuing to communicate innovation, best practice and the latest thinking on health, safety and wellbeing.
Commenting on the reason for joining Safer Highways, Simon White, Highways Director: at Dyer & Butler said:
“As a delivery partner for both Highways England and sixteen local authorities, Dyer & Butler’s frontline teams work around the clock improving and maintaining the nation’s highway network. We know this work can present a range of hazards to our teams, our supply chain and road users, from traffic incursions and roadworker abuse to buried services and mental health. That’s why Dyer & Butler is pleased to join Safer Highways – to learn, to share and to become part of the sector wide action.”
Kevin Robinson, Chief Executive of Safer Highways said:
“It gives me great pleasure to welcome Dyer & Butler to Safer Highways to help us drive forward our increasingly important agenda to help promote the importance of health, safety and wellbeing in this sector and the wider infrastructure industry. This year we have a number of insightful programmes that will help both underpin and highlight our work.”