Top roofing health and safety award for Carroll Build

Carroll Build has scooped a prestigious health and safety award for its safe approach to roofing at the National Federation of Roofing Contractors (NFRC) Safety in Roofing Awards.

The construction company, part of the Carroll Group, was awarded gold excellence in the annual award scheme, which recognises companies that are committed to health and safety.

Determined by a team of independent adjudicators, gold, silver and bronze awards are issued via a percentage system.

Carroll Build adopts a strict approach to health and safety, ensuring all processes are followed and employees, customers and the general public are safe in and around their working environment.

Terry Carroll, Carroll Build's managing director, said: “We’re thrilled to have received this award, as it recognises the professional attitude and work ethic of our employees.

“I would like to thank all of our staff and our health and safety team for their hard work and continued commitment to the growth of Carroll Build and the Carroll Group as a whole.”

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