The Batched on Site Association is this month featured in Concrete Magazine, the Global magazine of the Concrete Society.
As the industry debate surrounding the regulation of Batched on Site vehicles continues, the Chairman of the Batched on Site Association, Chris Smith, gives his view on the Association's new Industry Charter:
"The mobile batching plant sector has come together to promote high standards of operation and safety in our area of the industry, laying down a clear marker."
The Batched on Site Association has received wide media attention in recent months, as the self-regulating body acts to bring the industry together to promote high levels of safety and accountability. Earlier this year Chris met with Andy Love, Labour Co-op Member of Parliament for Edmonton since 1997, to discuss the promotion of sensible regulation and safety in the building industry.
The new charter, which was originally handed out to BSA Members earlier this year, represents an evolution of the Association's original Code of Practice, which has been maintained and updated since the BSA's formation in 2007. For further information on the Batched on Site Association click here.