Jessica is currently completing her AAT Accounting Technician Apprenticeship here at Catsurveys. We asked her a few questions about her day-to-day working life in our Head Office in Great Warley.
Catsurveys' GPR Manager, Paul Collins, attended the Transportation Research Board (TRB) Meeting at Walter E. Washington Convention Center in Washington, D.C from 7th to 11th January 2018. This gave us a fantastic opportunity to show our GPR use and survey services to many Department of Transport officials, Research Engineers, Practitioners and the Federal Highways Authority.
Today is the day that various workplaces, schools and do-gooders across the country are taking part in Christmas Jumper Day, and Catsurveys are one of them! We are wearing our festive knits and raising money to help save children’s lives.
We have finally reached December and the Christmas festivities can begin. However, there has been a sudden arrival of a naughty Elf at the Catsurveys Head Office! The Catsurveys Elf has only been here since this morning but is already causing mischief in our office.
What will he get up to in the run up to Christmas? Who knows? Follow the Catsurveys Elf’s adventures on our social media channels and join in with the fun with #CatsurveysElf!
The team at Catsurveys are pleased to announce that we have successfully transitioned and accredited by BSI to the latest ISO 9001:2015 and ISO 14001:2015 standards. To ensure that the ISO standards are consistently relevant, they are reviewed every five years by the ISO Committee.
In our industry, road safety plays a very big part. The whole Catsurveys team use cars and vans to get to and from work, and it is important that we are reminded of the dangers we and others face on the road. Road Safety Week is the biggest road safety event in the UK which is organised by the road safety charity Brake every year.
Today, Monday 13th November, marks World Kindness Day; a day uniting people in kindness globally. This annual event focuses on extending warm-hearted acts towards others, without expecting anything in return. Although we believe everyday should be World Kindness Day, it’s fantastic that this globally recognised celebration can reinforce how important it is to be kind to one another.
Hopefield Animal Sanctuary looks after disowned, sick and mistreated animals. They provide all variety of animals a loving home from cows and horses to smaller animals such as ducks and rabbits. Catsurveys Office Coordinator, Anastasia Kralia and Assistant Project Manager, Adrienn Szabo attended the Brentwood-based animal sanctuary on Friday 8th September to offer their help as part of their annual Give and Gain day.