Tarmac receives four prizes awarded by the Mineral Products Association for demonstrating best practice in health and safety.
Holding a safety intervention exercise across the business to focus on achieving a zero harm culture.
Supporting local emergency services during a realistic 999 training exercise at Borras quarry in North Wales.
Helping our LGV drivers to stay safe on the roads when making deliveries for Tarmac.
Partnering with the Northumberland Wildlife Trust to manage a nature reserve next to Broadoak quarry.
Promoting an inclusive work environment and providing training to develop all our staff.
Recognising individual employees for their significant contribution to Tarmac’s success.
How we celebrate employees’ success at both a local and national level.
Providing new health, safety and environmental training so our workforce can develop their skills.
Tarmac collects three prizes at the prestigious Institute of Internal Communication awards.
How our poster campaigns raise environmental awareness among our staff and increase involvement in our activities.
Building an underground tunnel to minimise disruption to the local community near Maltby in North Yorkshire.
How we provide practical support at safety events to improve road safety awareness for cyclists.
Helping the local community near Ingham quarry in Suffolk to build a new shed by donating concrete.
Tarmac’s CEO Terry Last gave the prestigious annual business lecture at the University of Wolverhampton.
Building greater links with our neighbours by holding an interactive Open Day at Cloddach quarry in the Scottish Highlands.
How materials from Cairneyhill quarry helped a Scout group in Scotland to repair grounds outside their hall.
Donating material to create an exciting new Jurassic Play Trail at Watermead Country Park in Leicestershire.
Receiving recognition for a show that told the story behind Leicestershire’s roads.