News

25/03/2020

Our Safe and Responsible Pledge to you

Here at Langley, we remain committed to ensuring the health and safety of our staff, colleagues, partners and clients.

In these uncertain times, our head office staff are committed to continue to support you and are available 8:30-5:00pm working remotely.

In addition, our external field based sales and technical teams remain committed to continue to offer frontline support adopting a responsible approach in line with current Government guidelines. 

Online learning

Face to face business meetings and all non-essential contact is to be avoided, but through responsible adoption of technology, we continue to offer the following CPD seminars online :


Contact Cassey Smith; Business Development Co-Ordinator via email [email protected] or call 07591 954885

Training

Any companies wishing to make best use of these extraordinary times to update their workers’ health and safety certificates, we can offer remote courses.

All courses are CITB certified and qualify for full training certification. Contact [email protected]

Next steps

Langley will continue to react appropriately to the changing environment following guidance received from the Government.

We will continue to update you on any changes. 

For general enquiries please contact get in touch at [email protected]

Stay safe.

Further Information

Find out more about our roofing services by calling us on 01327 704778 or emailing us at [email protected]

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