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Safer Highways welcomes Barrier Services into membership



Safer Highways, the leading industry-wide body which champions Health, Safety and Wellbeing welcome into membership another new organisation in Barrier Services

Building upon its already strong base amongst tier 1 and 2 contractors the industry wide movement, which drives effective innovation around health, safety and wellbeing amongst the supply chain Safer Highways now continues to see unprecedented engagement with more organisations seeing a value to becoming a part of the conversation. As membership continues to grow at an exponential rate of 5 organisations inside each of the last four months, Safer Highways CEO Kevin Robinson said, "The last six months have been incredibly testing for organisations within our sector, both large and small. "Throughout this time our mission has been to provide the sector with the most accurate information and allow them to make decisions based upon truth and real factual information. "I feel that has been a real factor in our growth over the last few months and from a personal perspective I am extremely proud of the role we have played during the global pandemic." The latest new organisation to join our collective are Barrier Services, a division of Amberon TM, speaking about their decision to join Safer Highways Director Dan Raffles said, “We are totally blown away and humbled to be invited to join the Safer Highways community. “The work that Kevin and the team have done for the highways sector and the safety and well-being of our workers is priceless. We can’t wait to get involved”


At the same time Rachel Brent, Business and Member Liaison Director of Safer Highways said,


"From the outset it became clear that Dan and Kevin shared a collective value of sharing best practice without commercial prejudice


"To that end when Dan said that he wished to be a trailblazer for the whole of the Amberon Group and bring Barrier Services into membership it was very clear that this was a perfect fit and an opportunity to push the boundaries around how we make our public highways safer for the men and women we put to work on a daily basis.


"We look forward to engaging with not just Barrier Services but also the sister companies of Amberon TM, Forest and MLP TM over the coming months.”


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