This article first appeared in the Railway-News magazine Issue 4 2021.
Emeg is a company that prides itself on having experienced zero accidents in its entire 25-year trading history.
Its unrivalled safety record is largely due to Emeg Group’s Nil-Accident Culture HSE platform (Have you got the NAC?), but a passion for service, quality and safety runs far deeper than that. In fact, safety has been embedded in Emeg’s DNA since the company was founded back in 1997.
Managing Director, Richard Simmonite, said:
“We believe the strength of our company lies in the skills and expertise of its people, working in a diverse portfolio of engineering- based industries. Safety is viewed as a core, top-down business value and we are committed to ensuring the safety, health, wellbeing and welfare of everyone working for or on behalf of the Emeg Group, both here in the UK and overseas.”
Operations Director, Carl Backhouse, added:
“Our NAC platform isn’t just something that looks good on tenders, it’s something that defines our business-as-usual activities across the entire group. Our safety vision has evolved into a charter that our employees and suppliers must commit to if they want to do business with us.”
As well as providing a wide range of depot products (including carriage wash machines, fuelling, fume extraction, controlled emission toilets, ventilation, shore supplies, etc.) plus design and maintenance services, Emeg Group is a leading supplier of depot protection systems (DPS) with its next-generation, intelligent DPS, safeNet™️.
Emeg Group’s Safety Commitment
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