CHAS Registered & Accredited
CHAS, The Contractors’ Health and Safety Assessment Scheme, is the Foremost Authority on UK compliance, Risk Mitigation and Supply Chain Management. We have been registered with CHAS year on year since trading as RZT Ltd, this ensures we are completely up to date with current Health & Safety and government legislation.
Investing in people and skills
At R Z T Ltd, we believe that for Health & Safety to be truly effective, it needs the participation and commitment of every single person in both our company and yours.
That’s why R Z T Ltd invests substantially in in-house training, to ensure that every single member of our team is focused on working as responsibly and safely as possible.
A safety-focused team
From our service teams, who test and maintain our equipment, to the machine operators; from our site engineers, who respond promptly to problems, to our experienced planners who help you comply with the latest legislation, every one of our team has Health & Safety at the heart of what they do.
Right up to date
Health & Safety legislation is changing all the time, as new ideas and initiatives are introduced to reduce risks and make workplaces safer. At R Z T Ltd we maintain a rolling programme of training to make sure our staff are right up to date with the very latest legislation.
This not only helps us to implement best practice across our business but also helps our customers to keep up to date with the latest in Health & Safety law and ensure that their sites comply with all necessary regulations.
Investing in training
Health & Safety training is not something we do once in a while to tick the box. We are constantly investing in training for our staff and yours, to reduce risks on-site and make the workplace safer for us all.
R Z T Ltd works to devise and formalise the best working practices for every single piece of equipment in our machinery fleet before it is released for hire.
We then ensure that these safe working practices are communicated clearly when each item is delivered so that all operators know how to use the equipment in a way that protects themselves and their colleagues on site.
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