April 2020

In August 2019 the Alliance Senior Management team produced a business plan that would guide the business through the journey of becoming fully accredited with the British Standards Institution (BSI) and the National Highway Sector Scheme (NHSS). We developed plans for the implementation of our online business management system, with a plan for an operational `Go Live` date of 6th January 2020.






As planned, we opened the gates on 6th January, and took delivery of our first 8 high spec TM vehicles. We then spent time onboarding, inducting and establishing the first members of our selected operational team, whilst laying out the plans for the next stage of development.

After engaging with BSI prior to the `go live` date we were able to successfully complete our ISO 9001 & 45001 Stage 1 audits during the first week of business.

We commenced our operations on 13th January and slowly started putting plans into place on our journey to full accreditation.

We are very proud to confirm as of 31st March 2020, Alliance Highway Services Ltd are afully accredited with ISO 45001 (SSIP) and ISO 9001 and a fully accredited provider of Temporary Traffic Management to National Highway Sector Scheme 12A, B & D.


Alliance Highway Services Ltd have also added Constructionline and Builders Profile to our accreditations, and all this was achieved within the first 3 months of operations.

With all the above in place it puts the business in a great position for the future and is testament to the detailed planning and ongoing efforts of the entire team, and showcases the commitment and dedication on offer to clients.

I would like to say a huge THANK YOU to the whole team who have worked so hard over the last few months to make this happen. I have every confidence we are all looking forward to a very bright and exciting future within the TTM Sector.

Neil Sears – Director – Alliance Highway Services Ltd



Modern Slavery Act 2015 Section 54


Alliance Highway Services 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.