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Winter Working

posted by Sruti Varsani
Working in winter can be a dangerous and hazardous to your health. Read the latest NFRC guidance to stay safe on site.
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Steer clear of steeper fines for health and safety offences

posted by Laura
The increase in the number of HSE prosecutions and the level of fines being imposed under the new guidelines means it’s crucial, now more than ever, that contractors of all sizes ensure they have an effective and robust approach to complying with health and safety laws.
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Supply Chain Risks

posted by Laura
In an increasingly litigious society and with substantial risks ever-present in roofing, it is prudent for all firms to make sure that they have robust insurances in place.
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Why GB’s Young Roofers Need Your Support

posted by Laura
No sooner has the Rio Olympic games come to an end and gold medals are back on our minds. Only this time, it’s not swimming or track & field events - it’s roofing. And, it’s not Rio - it’s Poland.
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What Makes a Good Flat Roof?

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Once associated with poor materials and shoddy workmanship, flat roofs are now back in vogue and are highly favoured amongst designers and architects.
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Why Investing in Training Pays Dividends

posted by Laura
They say that in any industry, people are the most valuable asset that a company can have. Indeed, the most successful companies tend to be those that have fully trained staff and an operative workforce, and roofing is no different.
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