Leading vehicle tracking supplier Quartix has been awarded an accreditation from CHAS, the respected Contractors Health & Safety Accreditation Scheme. Quartix has gone a step further than compliance by gaining the accreditation, which certifies its sound management of current health and safety legislation, and guarantees a nationally recognised threshold standard for buyers and collaborators.
CHAS has been working to improve health and safety standards across the country since its inception in 1997 and is the market leader for H&S pre-qualification in the UK. Today more than 500 public and private sector buyer organisations take part in the scheme, such as councils, housing associations, NHS trusts, and a growing number of large private companies who employ sub-contractors.
The accreditation reinforces Quartix’s position as a leading supplier of vehicle tracking solutions in the UK and a strong partner for organisations looking for real-time web-based tracking and comprehensive fleet management reporting. Andy Kirk, Quartix Sales & Marketing Director, welcomed the news: “Health & Safety sits at the heart of our culture and the award of the CHAS Accreditation underlines our commitment to offering the highest standards to our customers.”
More about Quartix
Founded in 2001, Quartix (www.quartix.co.uk) has grown to become one of the UK’s most respected vehicle tracking companies.
Today, more than 4,000 customers across a wide range of sectors – including government organisations, housing associations, construction firms, hospital trusts, the emergency services, SMEs and large British brands – use the online service, while the company’s unique, own-design tracking system has been installed in more than 55,000 vehicles.
The robust Quartix system is renowned for its ease of use, and offers a wide range of features including live tracking and alerts, as well as comprehensive fleet management reporting.
With a network of over 100 experienced engineers, the award-winning Quartix system is available throughout the UK.