Policies and Compliance

Quattro Group is dedicated to providing a safe working environment for all staff, contractors and other key stakeholders. Health and safety is central to the business and involves all staff, who are consulted before, during and after any changes to the Safety Management System.

The Network Rail lifesaving rules forms a core element of Quattro Group’s health and safety philosophy and all staff are regularly briefed on differing aspects of the rules throughout the year.

Quattro Group fosters a no blame culture to ensure that no health and safety issues are hidden, ensuring that any issues are given proper and thorough discussion to ensure any breaches or incidents do not take place again.

Under the direction of the Managing Director and managed by our dedicated Health and Safety Manager, Quattro Group is committed to compliance with Health and Safety policies, including OHSAS 18001:2007, relevant codes of practice and the requirements of our customers. Quattro Group is a member of the voluntary Fleet Operator Recognition Scheme, which is helping to improve the fleet’s safety and reduce risk.

 

Anti-Slavery and Human Trafficking Statement:

The Quattro Group is committed to ensuring that there is no modern slavery or human trafficking in our business or within any part of our supply chain.  Our Anti-slavery and Human Trafficking Policy demonstrates our commitment to act ethically and our robust processes provide an effective system of control to ensure any concerns are identified and acted upon.  We expect and will monitor, by way of audit, adherence to our policy within our supply chain.  Quattro will only trade with those that fully comply with our standards.

John Murphy,

Managing Director

 

Please click here for all of our core policy documents, including Anti-Slavery and Human Trafficking.