As a company, we look to have a positive and progressive approach towards our staff, who need career opportunities, training and personal development and deserve a safe, respectful and healthy working environment.
We are proud of are long serving and loyal staff, and our track record as a specialist sub contractor is founded on the skills of these people. It is vital to our business success to attract, develop and retain the best people in our sector.
Mansell Finishes take Health and Safety, Environmental and Skills training seriously at all levels on site. We are committed to ensuring there is a cross company Training Plan for Site Operatives through to Directors.
We are CITB registered and with our involvement in our trade federation, Federation of Plastering and Drywall Contractors (FPDC) we are able to link into all current initiatives and pilot schemes as opportunities arise.
We also are able to provide opportunities for young people or those looking for a change of career to gain work experience or train as apprentices with us either on site in our trades or in the office in administration and quantity surveying.
Supply Chain - Training Providers
With the focus being evermore on Health and Safety and Environmental Training and Skills based CSCS, we have forged strong relationships with the Specialist Training Providers with specific knowledge and resources within our sector, meaning we can ensure that our training targets are being worked upon and implemented on an ongoing basis.
To be sustainable, a business must find ways to give back to society. In 2010, Mansell Finishes launched our Annual Company Charity initiative.
Staff have input into nominating who the charity should be, and also in determining the fundraising activities that take place.
In 2011, the nominated charity is Prostate Cancer and we are looking to raise a minimum of £5,000 for this cause.
Our people and customers come from local communities which also provide our future workforce and clients. We strive to ensure that our workforce and supply chain is local ensuring that we are an active employer and member of the communities in which we operate.since 2010 and will be the first female president in 2012. We see this as a real way to put something back into the industry we come from, and to ensure that our sector is fairly represented; trained; with products developed to fit with a sustainable future in construction.