Winter Gritting Experts

Our Award Winning Technology Puts You On The Winning Team

August 11, 2020

Just as Hawk Eye Hotspot technology revolutionised cricket refereeing, our near 100% ( 99.95%) service  delivery record is achieved through innovative technologies.

Best of all, this disruptive award-winning technology is a tool that’s right there in your hands - for you to use as well.

Successful Winter Gritting involves a phenomenally tight delivery window, usually six hours or less, to deliver thousands of jobs nationally across the UK all to individual specification up against the elements and in the middle of the worst weather that winter throws at us...... Our tech makes it all happen.

 

Read more

Snow And Ice Forecast Across Much Of The UK

February 26, 2020

With snow and ice forecast across much of the UK, GRITIT is ready for some busy nights and days ahead, keeping facilities open for business and safe for visitors alike. Whilst the nation has experienced a mild and unusually wet winter to date, February can bring severe challenges.

Read more

GRITIT Operatives On The Ball For Some Proper Winter Weather

January 29, 2020

With the British Isles lulled into a false sense of security during a hitherto mild winter, GRITIT preparation behind the scenes is reaping rich rewards for 24/7 safety first businesses that must remain open, regardless of the snow, frost, rain or wind, and with a colder February and March in the offing, you can expect to see more of our crews out and about in freezing conditions at unsociable hours whilst the rest of the nation is very sensibly asleep in a toasty warm bed.

Read more

Frosty Winter Beauty Masks Hidden Risks, Warns GRITIT

January 21, 2020

After a couple of months of unseasonably mild weather, Winter has finally made an appearance across the British Isles, with stormy, wet westerlies giving way to chilly northerlies, frosty mornings and picturesque landscapes. Yet, behind the facade of all this Winter beauty, as the nation's commuters discovered this morning, this also means black ice when driving, and slip, fall and trip hazards in ungritted company car parks and footpaths, a hidden risk that your employees can do without and that could put your company in tricky legal waters if it has not fulfilled its duty of care.

Read more

New Year, Old Weather

January 02, 2020

Despite apocalyptic warnings of the coldest ever December issued by the Daily Mirror, December turned out to be a mild month in the UK and the new year has started off in much the same fashion. In fact, the Highlands of Scotland, a place associated with some of the coldest temperatures across the UK in wintertime, recorded a new record high of of 18.7C on 28 December at Achfary, warmer than most of Europe!

Read more

Recent blog posts:

 

Found this post useful? Share it with others!

 

 

More Information  

 Get in touch!