Virtus and Alliance team up with Wellbeing Station

Feb 2021

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Virtus/Alliance Team up with Wellbeing Station to roll out Mental Health and Wellbeing Programme...

VIRTUS joins the Traffic Management Contractors Association

April 2020

“We are very proud to announce our Associate Membership to the TMCA, effective as of 1st April 2020"...

Recognition Awards

February 2020

Huge thanks and recognition goes out to Adam Hardy, Lewis Collins and Allen Southern for their brave actions... 

Congratulations Jemma

January 2020

I would like you all to join me in congratulating Jemma Sutton on her promotion from Accounts Administrator to Finance Manager...

Opening of sister company, Alliance TM and new depot

January 2020

Providing Professional Temporary Traffic Management Support Services across the UK...

Lighthouse Club Charity event at Derby Cricket Ground

December 2019

Another amazing day for a great cause...

New Information literature release in print and as downloadable e-brochure

November 2019

Proud to announce the release of our new range of information literature in print and as downloadable e-brochures...

Highways UK, NEC Birmingham

6/7 November 2019

Highlights from another successful year at Highways UK Birmingham...

Virtus achieve transition to ISO 45001 accreditation.

January 2019

In January 2019 we recognised our business had evolved and delivery of our services had transformed as Virtus adapted to the needs of our clients. We are very proud to announce that following the implementation of a fully upgraded Business Management System, we have achieved our transition to ISO 45001 accreditation...

Virtus gains 'Highly Commended' recognition from Highways England

22 January 2016 - 09:54

Virtus Ltd awarded 'Highly Commended' award with Manchester Smart Motorways at the H.E Supplier Recognition Scheme awards. We are very proud to receive such recognition from Highways England for the part we play on this prestigious Smart Motorway...

New Head Office 

acquisition for Virtus

30 November 2015 - 10.30

Today as Virtus moves into our new Head Office.  Director, Paul Spreadbury commented, "This signals an achievement of a goal which offers stability and allows future development of the company." Whilst not too far from the previous...

Virtus pleased to be involved with new M60 road worker safety campaign

17 August 2015 - 14:04

A new safety campaign is being launched along the smart motorway route in Greater Manchester with the warning ‘My daddy works here’....

Associates

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Modern Slavery Act 2015 Section 54

 

Virtus recognises modern slavery and human trafficking as an organised crime where people are treated as commodities and exploited for criminal gain. 

It is identified that all organisations collectively need to undertake steps to eliminate these activities from entering their supply chain.

We will continue to trade ethically within our limited direct supply chain together with communicating within our business a zero tolerance to abuse of Human Rights. We will assess our own risk and raise internal awareness to support ethical business activity. 

We will also work actively with our clients by encouraging our staff to support implementation of their policies by raising awareness of the issue, conduct the requested checks, and monitor general operational activity and actively report concerns through the appropriate channels.