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Gas Safety Week: Fighting for a Gas Safe nation

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We are proud to be supporting Gas Safety Week 2016, taking place 19th – 25th September. Gas Safety Week is an annual safety week to raise awareness of gas safety and the importance of taking care of your gas appliances. It is co-ordinated by Gas Safe Register, the official list of gas engineers who are legally allowed to work on gas.  Badly fitted and poorly serviced gas appliances can cause gas leaks, fires, explosions and carbon monoxide poisoning. Every year thousands of peopl

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2 weeks to go!

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19 -25 SEPTEMBER 2016The sixth annual Gas Safety Week will see organisations from across the UK working together to raise awareness of the dangers of poorly maintained gas appliances, which can cause gas leaks, fires, explosions and carbon monoxide (CO) poisoning.

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UK Wide Skill Shortage Hits Construction Quality and Costs

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The Scape Group, a public sector owned built environment specialist, has carried out a survey of the construction sector and it’s supply chain.  The results of which shows just how hard the UK is being affected by the lack of skilled workers.In some eye opening stats it finds that58% of those surveyed, which includes the main contractors and their supply chain, say that a lack of skilled people to carry out work has been detrimental to the quality of the work done.There’s even w

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Is Right to Buy Failing Our Social Housing Organisations and Those in Need?

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The “Right to Buy” scheme has been around under various guises since Margaret Thatcher implemented it decades ago.  It is the right to buy the council or social housing home that you are living in – usually at a sizeable discount.  Home ownership for those in such properties can be a struggle, so it’s a useful, and important, leg up for those that need it.But the housing stock in the UK is being squeezed more and more.  It’s hard not to see the news o

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cer Engineering are now recruiting for Domestic Gas Installers in the UK for one of the big 6 energy companies!

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Domestic Gas Installers Needed - UKAre you a domestic gas installer who is looking for contract work - upwards of £1k a week? If so I may have just the contract for you!My client is one of the leading domestic gas suppliers in the country and are seeking installers in the UK, (individuals and teams) to join their expanding team on a contract basis.Working on price work, you will be attending pre-made appointments to do anything from a boiler swap to a full heating install. There is a LOT o

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Congratulations!

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cer Engineering would like to welcome Martin to their team as a Resourcer! 

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cer Engineering have recently just updated there Anti-Slavery policy.

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cer Engineering have recently just updated there Anti-Slavery policy.  Policy Statement:Modern slavery is a crime and a violation of fundamental human rights. It takes various forms, such as slavery, servitude, forced and compulsory labour and human trafficking, all of which have in common the deprivation of a person's liberty by another in order to exploit them for personal or commercial gain. cer Engineering have a zero-tolerance approach to modern slavery and we are committ

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Looking for Air Conditioning Engineers in London

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Looking for Air Conditioning Engineers in LondonSummer is coming – and that means it’s air conditioning season!  We’re on the look-out for air conditioning engineers throughout the UK – but especially in the London area.In the last few days alone we’ve taken on vacancies forAir Conditioning Engineer – F Gas Qualified – Commercial Installs – Perm - LondonAir Conditioning Engineer – F Gas Qualified – Commercial Installs – Contr

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Demand for Construction Staff Remains High

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Demand for Construction Staff Remains HighKPMG and the REC (Recruitment Employers Confederation) have issued a joint report on the state of recruitment in the construction industry, and it makes good reading if you work in the sector, less so if you’re struggling to find candidates for your company.Despite the rate of growth in construction “softening”, demand for skilled workers, from quantity surveyors to brick layers, remains very high.  The index for permanent workers

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cer Engineering Win PSL Staff Supply Agreement With Major Housing Developer

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cer Engineering Win PSL Staff Supply Agreement With Major Housing Developercer Engineering have recently agreed PSL terms with a major housing main contractor (turnover in the hundreds of millions a year bracket) in the South East.  The agreement covers the supply of permanent and contract staff across numerous disciplines, including (but not limited to)Quantity SurveyorsProject ManagersSite ManagersTrades People (Electricians, Gas Engineers, Carpenters, etc)EstimatorsThey are a specialist

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