New Welfare Van For Civil Safety Training & Rescue

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Our brand new welfare van has arrived and is ready to be put to work!

Our last van completed 197,000 miles and was an integral part of our rescue team’s life so we’re excited to put our new van to good use.

Our new van provides both comfort and safety to workers, conforming to all the latest safety regulations and is fitted with tow bars, rear beacons, heating, a microwave, a hot water tap (for that all important mug of tea!) and hot and cold wash facilities.

Providing a nationwide service means our Rescue Teams are available 24/7 so our welfare van’s self-contained facilities are essential. Accommodating seven people, it has everything needed to remain comfortable and safe while on the job, be it on highways, construction sites or railways.

Give our rescue team a call today: 01480 220615

 

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