Corporate Social Responsibility
Health and Safety issues are always at the top of our agenda, and we are committed to working in a way that protects our employees, customers and contractors.
Our Approach to Health and Safety
We work with colleagues across Europe to share best practice and we are working closely with our health and safety co-ordinators to help improve health and safety across our industry.
We make sure that each and every one of our technicians is fully trained to carry out their work, in some cases this training is accredited by the City & Guilds Institute
Here at ATS we know that satisfied and engaged employees are more likely to be successful, both in their careers and in bringing in business, so we work hard to ensure that all of our employees feel part of the company.
We are committed to the continuous development of all our employees. Managers are responsible for the training and development of their team, but individuals take ownership for their own personal-development, and are encouraged and supported to achieve their goals.
Gender Pay Gap Report
A copy of our Gender Pay Gap Report can be accessed here. This is the Gender Pay Gap report for ATS Euromaster as at the snapshot date of 5 April 2022. It captures the differences in hourly pay and bonus paid to men and women in the year up to and including 5 April 2022.
As one of the largest comprehensive tyre service providers in the UK, we are committed to managing the environmental impact that arises from the work that we do.
We have a number of programmes in place that are aimed at helping to reduce the environmental impact created by our work: Working with Envirowise. Envirowise is a Government funded programme offering independent support to help organisations become more resource efficient.
We started working with Envirowise in 2009 to explore new ways of reducing our environmental impact, specifically in the areas of waste and electricity usage.
We have introduced a major ‘dry waste’ recycling programme across our organisation and we have set ourselves some stretching targets to improve our dry waste recycling levels.
As part of our approach to customer service we provide professional advice to ensure that customers achieve the maximum operational design life for each tyre fitted to their vehicle.
At the end of a truck tyre’s design life, every waste tyre is inspected for suitability for re-use by re-treading. In some cases, we accept that these approaches will not be achievable and so we dispose of the casing using the Best Practicable Environmental Option via a registered waste carrier.
Metal, Battery and Oil Waste
We segregate these waste streams in our Centres for either recycling or disposal via appropriate waste contracts.