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ATS Euromaster wins fourth gold award from the Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents

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ATS Euromaster has won a gold award from the Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents (RoSPA) for the fourth year running.

The continued success shows ATS Euromaster’s commitment to safer working environments in the sector and continual improvement.

In 2016 the company was awarded for its ‘Think safe: Home safe’ programme which was designed to raise safety awareness. In addition, a guide on safe driving for mobile technicians and a focus on wheel security has been added to protect the safety of colleagues and customers.

Paul Millward, ATS Euromaster's health, safety and environment manager, said: “When it comes to health and safety, there’s no room for complacency. This is why we continue to invest in new training and programmes designed to ensure all our staff and customers benefit from safe working practices, whether it’s in a service centre or by the side of the road.

“We don’t do it for awards, we do it because it’s absolutely the right thing to do. However, we’re delighted that for the fourth year running, our commitment has been recognised by leaders in occupational health and safety.”

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