Alongside playing a role in some incredibly exciting electrical engineering projects, one of the many perks of being part of the Smith Brothers team is an annual invitation to an activity day of your choosing.
Yorkshire high voltage power specialist Smith Brothers has been awarded a five-year contract to provide ongoing maintenance at the Goole home of Europe’s leading flat glass producer, Saint Gobain.
As another month comes to an end, we’re looking back at the progress our team have achieved on site over the last few weeks – while also welcoming a few new faces. Read on to find out what’s been happening behind the scenes this month.
When it comes to forging a career in a specialised area such as high voltage power and electrical engineering, an apprenticeship is a great place to start – combining practical experience with all-important-theory.
Here at Smith Brothers, we know just how important it is to give back to those that help us in times of need. Which is why we are immensely proud of Stuart Gill, one of our HV cable jointers, who is set to complete the Great North Run — the world’s biggest and best half marathon that will be celebrating its 40th year, this September.
The much-anticipated Briercliffe Festival returns to Burnley on August 21 boasting a jam-packed schedule of events – including the ‘Lancashire’s Strongest’ competition, presided over by World’s Strongest Man finalist, Mark Felix.
July has flown by here at Smith Brothers. Our engineers, cable jointers and electrical fitters have captured some fantastic images whilst on site this month, and we wanted to share what we’ve been up to over the last few weeks.
Avid readers of the Smith Brothers blog will know we’re fiercely committed to supporting the health of our team – both mentally and physically. So, this month we asked our SHEQ manager, Darrell Johnson, to talk us through five key elements of a successful health and safety strategy…