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A message from Home Fix Scotland
Since the Covid-19 out break we have continued to monitor the situation in relation to the Scottish Government and NHS guidance for conducting our day to day business.
Firm foundations for the future
In September 2019, Home Fix Scotland welcomed eight new apprentices from across Inverclyde. To celebrate Scottish Apprenticeship Week, some of them have agreed to share their story on their first 6 months in the role.
PPE isn’t just for dummys!
Home Fix Scotland has a new model employee this week.
Inverclyde Academy youngsters carve out future careers with Home Fix Scotland
Work experience pupils from Inverclyde Academy in Greenock showed an impressive range of skills last week as they spent time with Home Fix Scotland (HFS) staff.
Asbestos training for Home Fix Scotland staff
Asbestos may have been banned in the construction of new buildings but exposure to asbestos material is still a very real risk. Last year, it remained the single biggest cause of work-related deaths within the UK.
Good things come in trees
Green waste which is collected from branch clearing operations will now be recycled as wood chippings and placed into shrub beds as Home Fix Scotland continues to reduce its environmental impact.
Sweeping Beauty spotted at Mill Street
In preparation for summer, Home Fix Scotland were out trialing the latest in weed removal technology at Mill Street, Greenock last Thursday.
Home Fix Scotland provide Inverclyde’s Shed with the foundations for a better future
Home Fix Scotland has donated materials and tools to Inverclyde (Community) Shed, an organisation aimed at combating loneliness and isolation in the region.
Taking the next step
Home Fix Scotland staff are now qualified to carry out ladder inspections.
Dave Andrews and Tam Rough join Home Fix Scotland
Home Fix Scotland welcomes it's new recruits. The pair will step into a newly created role as Business Readiness Managers at Home Fix Scotland.
A recipe for success!
Kids at two Inverclyde schools are set to get their hands dirty after Home Fix Scotland, the subsidiary company of River Clyde Homes, designed, donated and installed a mud kitchen at Ardgowan and Kings Oak Primary School.
Home Fix Scotland achieves internationally recognised accreditation
Home Fix Scotland is delighted to announce that it has recently been awarded the ISO14001 Environmental Accreditation.
New approach to waste management
A new contract secured by Home Fix Scotland is set to transform our approach to waste within the RCH Group.