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Security and Compliance

FORS Compliance The Fleet Operator Recognition Scheme (FORS) is an accreditation scheme. Recognised and required by responsible contractors, it aims to improve fleet activity throughout London, the UK and beyond with a raft of vehicle improvements, measures, mitigations and training modules to improve safety and efficiency. Members who achieve the standard, take this with them throughout their national operations, thus raising the bar well…

Training Accreditations and Health and Safety

We recognise the need for ongoing staff development and all of our people receive industry specific training to keep them up to date with the latest skills and thinking. Below is a list of the various qualifications and authorising bodies alongside the skills and jobs they relate to. Below is a non exhaustive list and the breadth and depth of our staff development is subject to continuous improvement across the board. With that in mind, please…

Knowledge Centre

Application Matrices – find the roadplate you need Questions and Answers – answers to common questions Applications matrices – Roadplates These tools help you find the right road plate for the job, and tell you what options are available. For more help, just give us a bell! Key: Questions and Answers What is non mechanical plant? Plant such as such excavators, dumpers, saws and generators are by their nature, mechanically…

Ground Mat Minis – 1.5 m x 1.0 m x 20 HDPE

Typical applications: These are the smaller version of the standard 3.0 x 1.0 m GPRM panels. Their size makes them ideal for pallet-line/over night carriage transport options, They will also fit in the boot of most estate cars or SUV’s Depending on the underlying ground conditions, they will support a 45 tonne lorry Made from recycled plastic material and is therefore recyclable again. Superb for covering and protecting tree roots, potentially…

SERIES 70 – 70 mm thickness Bridging Plates – Varying dimensions

Typical applications: Suitable for larger industrial/airport/dockside environments. To traverse excavations up to 2,400 mm wide for trucks, heavy construction plant, Self Propelled Modular Transports (SPMT’s), large cranes and forklifts (150 tonnes plus) Can be used kentledge/ballast weights. Base for temporary structures or outrigger mitigation for any likely loadings To make safe larger open excavations such as inspection pits, bell chambers…

ZIGMATS (Euromats)

Typical applications: A medium duty and relatively lightweight option with low transportation and handling costs and is fast and easy to install Tough and rugged anti slip texture, suitable for works vehicle and ‘work boots’ pedestrian use. Chemical resistant, anti-slip and no rusting or rotting A ‘clean feet’ solution for parties, events and sensitive job sites. Our installation service for Euromat is available if required. Reversible low…

Rigid 6×2 and 8×4 c/w HIAB (Lorry Loading Crane)

These are the backbone of the delivery fleet. Features including ‘Lorry Loading Cranes’ (HIAB), ramped transporter bodies with winches, means they load and carry a huge range of cargo’s. Available as rigid-trucks in 6×2 (3 axle), 8×2 and 8×4 (4 axle) axle configurations, with crane capacities of up to 50 tonne/metre and payloads of up to 16.5 tonnes, our day to day loads of hire equipment are routinely transported in this way. The majority of…

London starts £2,500 lane rental charges for utility firms

Transport for London today rolls out out its pioneering lane rental scheme charging utility companies £2,500 a day for working in congested areas and at busy times. The groundbreaking scheme has been designed to push utility contractors to work on the roads during the night and at off-peak times to cut traffic congestion. Funding generated by the scheme will be ploughed back into innovative methods to further reduce disruption associated with…

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