M&J Group have been awarded the prestigious “Gold Excellence in Health & Safety” award under the 2014 Safety in Roofing Awards Scheme.
Group CEO, Peter Henrickson, had this say:
“Achieving this award is recognition of the hard work the management team at M&J put in to ensuring our sites operate safely and proves to the industry and clients alike, that the M&J Group take safety seriously. Our message is clear “Your safety is our priority” and we are very proud of this achievement”
After another record breaking year in which the M&J Group continued to achieve a sustained level of growth, we are pleased to have been shortlisted for this years 2015 Roofing Awards organised by The NFRC.
M&J Group were shortlisted for two projects under the Reinforced Bitumen Membrane category. These projects included a major re-roofing project at the Hammersmith Hospital, in partnership with the Neo-Natal Unit and for another major re-roofing project at the Culham Science Centre – The home of the UK’s Atomic Energy Authority.
A roofing contractor has been fined £10,000 after a 17-year-old mental health patient broke her back and pelvis when she fell over six metres from the roof of the Royal Preston Hospital in Fullwood.
W Hughes and Son Ltd was prosecuted by the HSE after an investigation found the company had failed to prevent access to the scaffolding on the site.
Preston Magistrates’ Court heard that the firm had been hired to replace the flat roof on a single-storey section of the hospital.
It used scaffolding to reach the roof but failed to properly fence off the steps leading up the scaffolding tower