Tuesday, 17 May 2011

Hire Trade Alliance enters the Portable Toilet and Sanitation Sector

Here at the Hire Trade Alliance Ltd (HTA), we are very excited to announce the launch of a new division devoted to supporting [equipment providers and service operators in] the portable toilet and sanitation industry.

We regularly work with HSE (Health & Safety Executive) personnel in order to get targetted information out to the hire industry and protect independent hirers from neglect and ignorance of Health and Safety challenges. We are heavily involved in the events industry through membership of a number of industry working groups, and in the promotion of the events industry through my secretariat work for an All Party Political Group of MPs at Westminster set up to promote the UK events industry.

HTA Toilets provides a large list of benefits to its members including a totally new online training system for all Service Operatives and Depot workers. The new training programme, much of which can be completed in the toilet hire depot, is intended to increase the professionalism of all workers in the industry and to raise service standards even further, and all at a very affordable price!

With industry specific Terms and Conditions; a Health and Safety Policy, Risk Assessments and Method Statements all provided free of charge and a 24/7 Helpline, HTA presents a fantastic opportunity for portable toilet and service providers to improve both their internal and external operating systems easily and quickly.

The HTA website is available at any time for members to access virtually everything they may need to run their companies efficiently and profitably, all at the touch of a button.

For further information about HTA, please contact the trade association on Tel: 0121 694 8811 or by email at: information@hiretradealliance.com

2 comments:

  1. Quality and affordable portable toilet hire is long overdue! I'm so pleased that such companies are finally making efforts to improve these facilites. I think portable toilets should be regulated as a mandatory health and safety standard.

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