Traffix | Traffix joins CECA Midlands
Traffix are delighted to announce that they are now Associate members of CECA Midlands.
CECA Midlands represents over 70 members ranging from large Tier 1 companies to small and medium sized contractors. The organisation supports and champions the interests of members who are building and maintaining the UK’s infrastructure networks in transport, energy, water, waste and communications.
The main areas of operation are Derbyshire, Herefordshire, Leicestershire, Lincolnshire, Nottinghamshire, Northamptonshire, Rutland, Shropshire, Staffordshire, Warwickshire, West Midlands, Worcestershire and the district of Peterborough in the county of Cambridgeshire.
CECA Midlands’s work and member benefits include:
- Developing people through a robust schedule of subsidised and free training
- Working with education providers and other stakeholder to develop the right pathways and standards for people joining and working within our industry
- Attracting talented young people to our industry through dynamic career events and activities
- Engage directly with Government enabling us input and challenge policy
- Engagement with industry stakeholders as a whole to tackle issues such as procurement and retention
- A wide range of specialist working parties and fora: water; rail; road; transport; health, safety, environment; training and development etc.
- Support from our retained consultants on specialist areas; contractual; taxation; employment law; health and safety
- Regular client liaison, procurement and information meetings
- Networking events
Kerry Draper is Health, Safety and Facilities Director at Traffix, who commented:
“Because we are at the forefront of Traffic and Event Management we partner very closely with our clients to drive our respective industries towards a more cohesive and sustainable future. We also believe in continually investing in people; therefore, we relish the opportunity of joining CECA Midlands and look forward to playing our part in the drive for even better standards.”