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Vacancy: third party engineers for Wales, Scotland and Cornwall required

During these challenging times we are working tirelessly to keep transport operators and waste collection services on the road.  We are looking for experienced third party engineers, specifically for Wales, Scotland (Aberdeen) and Cornwall who can start directly!

 

Get in touch now.  To apply email: engineering.applications@supatrak.com

 

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How we are operating during the COVID-19 Crisis

CMS SupaTrak welcomes and supports the decision from the Government that the UK must adhere to further restrictions to combat the spread of COVID-19. Our thoughts go out to all affected and to all frontline staff who are working tirelessly to combat this virus.

The CMS Directors take part in daily assessment meetings to monitor and review any updates in Government guidelines and to ensure business continuity for our clients.

We WILL continue to deliver onsite field support for all essential service clients.

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We’ve achieved ISO9001 and ISO14001 with flying colours!

We are delighted to announce that we have been awarded ISO9001 and ISO14001 international standards after passing our audits without a single area of non-compliance!

The international quality standard 9001:2015, and environmental standard 14001:2015, are awarded only to those businesses who can demonstrate that their staff work to comprehensive and robust processes and procedures and that they are ensuring quality and consistency throughout their entire business.

These accreditations come after a year of substantial and positive internal change at CMS. 

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Saving Lives with the Clean Air Project

Saving Lives with the Clean Air Project

The topic of global air pollution is now hitting the media headlines almost every day.  At the start of 2019 a UK child’s fatal asthma attack was directly linked to air pollution and April 19 saw the introduction of London’s new Ultra Low Emission Zone.  With other cities expected to follow suit in the future it’s inevitable that air quality is now rapidly rising up the Government’s agenda.

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