Fussey Engineering Gain Recognition for the Commitment to Health & Safety

Recognising the risks associated with steel fabrication, we continue to prioritise the health and safety of our staff, contracting partners and clients. Employing a highly experienced workforce, we ensure the maintenance of safety standards from welding to the erection of secure steel structures. The achievement of such high standards is reflected in our ISO45001 accreditation and Gareth Mason’s completion of the NEBOSH General Certification Qualification, as highlighted in this blog. ISO45001 Accreditation Committed to ensuring a structured framework for ensuring a [...]

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How Fussey Engineering Limit the Risks of Working in Confined Spaces

Customers of Fussey Engineering will know that we take health and safety extremely seriously. However, there are some relatively high-risk projects that require us to work in confined spaces. Such spaces are considered safe enough for our team members to work within for limited amounts of time. But they may pose an increased risk due to the possibility of contact with hazardous substances, poor ventilation, and atmospheric pressure. There might also be some difficulty when it comes to rapidly vacating [...]

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Fussey Engineering Invest In New Welding Extraction System

Fussey Engineering consider the health and wellbeing of our steel-working team to be of the highest priority. We achieved the prestigious CE marking back in 2014; with our suitably qualified and experienced welding co-ordinator taking responsibility for overseeing all welding operations and processes. And we’ve maintained our commitment to health and safety, arranging for Fumex Ltd to install a new welding extraction system. A System for Enhanced Safety Fitted over the course of 4 days, the new welding extraction system has [...]

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Fussey Engineering Continue To Support The Local Community

Those of you who’ve reviewed our engineering credentials will be aware that we’ve been serving the industry since 1972. We had a relatively small team in the early days, working on steel fabrication projects for clients across North Lincolnshire. From solid foundations, the client businesses expanded; bringing Fussey Engineering in as their trusted sub-contractors. The clients enjoyed continued success and so did we – earning a national reputation for the delivery of high-quality structural steel services. Still, we’ve maintained our local presence and [...]

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Employee of the Year 2020: Congratulations to Our Very Worthy Winner

For many, 2020 is a year they’re happy to have said goodbye to. It was a strange and often saddening year that challenged everyone, both here at Fussey Engineering and all around the UK. But, before we say goodbye to 2020 completely, we do want to share one happy piece of news about the year. You see, to recognise the hard work our staff have put in over the year in the face of such challenges, we launched our first ever Employee [...]

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Staying Safe: Five Simple Ways to Make Sure You’re Always Safe on Site

Here at Fussey Engineering… Safety is at the heart of everything we do. Indeed, we have a simple saying everyone in the company remembers… And it’s actually based around the word safe: Safety Always First at Fussey Engineering You can find out more about our approach to health and safety here. With that saying in mind, if any of our staff ever notice anything that might raise a concern around safety—in the office, on our own site, or while out working on another site—they are encouraged to report [...]

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No Site Too Big, Or Too Small: We Can Help You Overcome Any Structural Steel Erection Challenge

We fabricate and supply steel to companies all around the country… But we also have a dedicated and qualified team of erection specialists who can adapt to any site and help build any steel structure. Right now, as the lockdown continues to ease and more paused projects are picked up again, we’re know the demand for qualified erections crews will be much higher than normal. So, if you’re looking for support on this front, you should get in touch with us here [...]

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We’re Here to Support Clients Old and New Through the Coronavirus Crisis with As Little Disruption as Possible

The ongoing coronavirus pandemic is creating a huge number of challenges for businesses across a wide range of industries. It’s especially so when it comes to engineering. Structural steel projects that were either already underway or scheduled to go ahead now are presenting challenges many of us haven’t come across before. Indeed, we’ve been talking closely with clients old and new on a regular basis to make sure we can continue to provide the support they need and fabricate steelwork and carry [...]

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Looking for Structural Steel Suppliers Near You? Fussey Engineering Can Deliver Just What You Need

If you’re looking for a structural steel supplier near you… There’s no need to look any further than Fussey. As well as working with companies across different industries as a design and erection partner… We’re also a reliable supplier of structural steel. In cases where you might have your own erection team, we are always happy to support you in supplying any structural steel you might need. And thanks to our national distribution channels, we can get it to you fast…wherever your project might [...]

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Fussey Engneering wins work on world’s largest wind farm

Fussey Engineering has picked up a contract supporting the feed-in of electricity from Ørsted’s newest wind farm to the National Grid. We have been hired by Siemens Energy to deliver the key element in the construction of an annex to a substation, adjacent to the Hornsea Two substation. Michael Fussey, director of Fussey Engineering, said: “We are proud to be involved in this small part in creating what is to be the largest offshore wind farm in the world. Read the article [...]

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