We are pleased to announce that for the second year running, Procare have been awarded the International British Safety Council Award.
This is awarded to companies who have demonstrated their continuing commitment in providing good health and safety management and practice throughout 2016.
I would like to thank everybody for ensuring that health and Safety remains a priority within our organisation… keep up the good work !
At Procare, we support a worthwhile local charity every year, and this year we have chosen to support ‘Children of Fire’, a unique charity based in Pinner that helps severely burnt children from Africa.
On 10th May, with the support of our supply chain and primary business partners, we are hosting a ‘Charity Golf Day’ at West Herts Golf Club (near to Watford), to raise as much money as we possibly can for them.
There are still a few spaces available: should you be interested in attending please contact Nicky Orrow to find out how you can join us an support this very worthy cause.
As part of our ongoing commitment to training and staff development, Procare Electrical Services have welcomed another new apprentice, Oliver Gibson, to the team. Oliver, who attended Francis Coombe Academy in Watford, will begin his new apprenticeship by following a day release course at West Herts College whilst gaining valuable ‘on the job’ training with our own qualified and highly experienced engineers.
As a company we are fully committed to bringing new trainees into the industry and wish Oliver the best of luck in his career with us.
In our continued commitment to provide a safe environment for both employees and clients, we are pleased to announce the appointment of Milton Walcott.
Milton joins our Health and Safety team as Group Health and Safety Manager and will be supporting all divisions of Procare Group during this exciting time of planned expansion.
Procare received great praise at the official opening of the newly refurbished library at Stanmore. The Mayor personally thanked the team for their efforts during this fast track, 4 week transformation of a dreary, non-inviting facility into a vibrant community hub. Since the public reopening on Saturday 2nd April, the library has already seen a considerable increase in visitors.
12th April 2016