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Prevention is better than a cure

In last week’s blog, we looked at some of the most common accidents that happen on construction sites and what you can do in the event of an injury. In case you missed it, take a look here. But, while it’s important to know what to do in such instances, it goes without saying that […]...
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Dealing with injuries on site

At Sheriff Construction, safety is our number one priority. It’s why we insist that every site operative is CSCS registered, ensuring that they’ve covered the basic health and safety precautions. It’s why we have properly trained First Aiders at all our sites. And, it’s why our Foremen carry out an ongoing programme of on-site Toolbox […]...
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It’s all about the team

Ask most people in the construction industry what’s the key to a successful project and we’re pretty sure you’ll find quality teamwork tops the list. Why is teamwork such an important factor? Well, firstly because construction projects bring together such a diverse workforce – contractors, site managers, architects, surveyors, building suppliers, skilled labourers, unskilled labourers […]...
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Sheriff completes 53,000 square metres of roofing!

  This summer, we decided to do a quick audit of all the roofing contracts we’ve worked on and were stunned to find we’ve now completed approximately 53,000 square metres of flat-roofing installations. That’s an area which is equivalent to about 7 ½ professional football pitches, 963 London buses or about 50,000 bath towels! Mostly […]...
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Eco -friendly construction materials

With worries around climate change, resource depletion and pollution hitting the news on an almost daily basis, we’re all aware that the health of our planet (and our own health) is at risk. We know also that, by using processes that encourage chemical pollutants (e.g. from solvents and plastics) and biological pollutants such as dust […]...
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