ADSA’s tunes up Quartet for Business Support

  • 26 Aug 2022

The Automatic Door Suppliers Association (ADSA) has launched Quartet – a new initiative to provide member support across four essential services: HR, legal, health & safety and tax.

The service, delivered in partnership with Quest, includes an online library with more than 450 templates, documents and advice sheets and an advice line for direct contact.

It is available to all ADSA members – from major manufacturers to sole traders – but should prove particularly helpful to support smaller businesses without dedicated in-house teams.

It will help them to:

 – Manage problems. Such as disciplinary issues, disability requirements, grievance procedures, redundancy/dismissal/pay/capability issues and long-term sickness 

 – Get answers. To workplace changes such as hybrid working and sick pay 

 – Stay compliant. On contracts of employment, employee handbooks, understanding responsibilities and changes to legislation

 – Support staff. Around working practice, maternity, paternity, leave and training


By including Quartet as an additional member benefit, ADSA hopes that it will help businesses save money – reducing outsourcing costs and delivering peace of mind.

Ken Price, ADSA managing director, says: “ADSA membership is great value and this service is a further enhancement to what we offer. We have a range of member organisations from big manufacturers and distributors to micro companies and sole traders. 

“Although all our members will be able to access Quartet, we believe that it will be particularly beneficial for smaller companies which have to manage all aspects of business alongside their core service.

“We hope that it will present a cost-effective solution at a time when business overheads are increasing. It will also provide a service that can be called upon immediately – help at the end of a phone or touch of a button.”

ADSA member Kevin Treharne, sales director of Entec Access Systems Limited, says: “Entec has been a ADSA member for many years and we have always found enormous benefit in its services.

“It has always been the ‘go-to’ organisation for technical expertise and training. This new initiative opens-up a much wider range of services that will be of enormous benefit in supporting wider business operations.”

For more information on ADSA membership, contact [email protected] or visit

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