Entries by James Morfitt

Stop the Drop

Published 25 November 2019

Stop the Drop is a targeted safety campaign focusing on specific hazards on site. Buckets had been


Non-Conductive and Insulated Pins

Published 18 November 2019

Traditionally, marker pins and fence pins were manufactured from steel, posing a high risk to the


Vehicle-Mounted GPR

Published 18 November 2019

Part of the design phase of the works involves undertaking a full GPR (ground penetrating radar) of


GRP Hole Protection

Published 11 November 2019

On site, GRP Grating have been cast into slab on all Floor Riser Openings. This gave a maximum


School Playground Resurfacing

Published 11 November 2019

Over a two day period, John Sisk & Son Ltd and their sub-contractor Roswicks attended Hudson


SmartWaste

Published 11 November 2019

At John Sisk & Son, we use a web based platform called SmartWaste, which enables all of our


GoPro Letter Drop

Published 4 November 2019

When the Blackpool tramway project hand delivered advance notice letters to the stakeholders in the


All in One Logistics Station

Published 4 November 2019

Before accessing the site, the workforce can view the topics mentioned in the morning brief,


Women in Engineering at Durham University

Published 28 October 2019

One of our female engineers, Pooja Godhania, delivered a talk and a Q&A session at Durham


Sisk and Lynch Plant Hire Hybrid Plant

Published 21 October 2019

Sisk is undertaking the groundworks and development infrastructure for Phase Two of the Homes


Donating Fencing to Stephenson Railway Museum

Published 21 October 2019

The Sisk Lagan Joint Venture donated 160 metres of anti-climb fencing, which is no longer required,


DIY SOS North Shields Build

Published 21 October 2019

A local family who have three daughters (aged 10, 5 and 3) were recently helped by the DIY SOS


Publicly Registered Defibrillator

Published 21 October 2019

John Sisk & Son have recently registered the office defibrillator on the heart safe website. By


Emergency Grab and Go QR Code

Published 15 October 2019

The Grab & Go Pack has been created by the project's Environmental Coordinator to help with


Early engagement with local access and usability groups

Published 11 October 2019

The project team built a mock-up of the proposed cycle path and pavement surfacing before inviting


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