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Riverside are very proud to announce that we have been awarded the ATaC National Training Award for the third consecutive year.

The ATaC National Training Award is presented ‘in recognition of the high standards of results achieved in training undertaken with the association during the period’. We achieved the highest number of candidate passes on ATaC delivered RSPH qualifications.

We were honoured to have been presented with the award at the ARCA Annual General Meeting in October as well as feature in the ATaC News Magazine Winter 2018.

The full ATaC News Magazine can be found here.

Riverside invest heavily in staff training and are committed to ensuring that staff are fully trained, experienced, qualified and authorised for the works they complete.

Riverside Environmental Services Ltd provide high quality exposure assessment and monitoring services nationwide.

Including; AsbestosLegionellaCOSHHAir TestingOccupational HealthNoise and Vibration.

See our full list of services for details.

For more information please contact us.
info@riverside-es.com
01322 875 730

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