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Smarter, greener infrastructure reimagined

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Our Vision

In May 2015 we launched our ‘Vision 2020’. We believe that our mission, values and vision statements are the fundamental ingredients that bind our business and keep us focused on delivering an excellent service to our clients.

Our Vision

We believe that our mission, values and vision statements are the fundamental ingredients that bind our business and keep us focused on delivering an excellent service to our clients.

News Stories

Want to know the latest news at The Clancy Group? Read through our news stories to find out what we’ve been up to.

Our People

We are a people based business which values and invests in its staff. Our people are the most important asset we have, and our aim is to provide them with ongoing development for the long term benefit of the business – in keeping with every aspect of our Vision 2020.

Careers

Our purpose at Clancy is simple – we make life better for everyone’s growing families. We play a vital role in providing fresh drinking water and power to millions of homes and businesses, as well as energy connections to vital transport infrastructure.

News

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Clancy Cares

By creating a responsible and profitable business that contributes to a good society our company’s principles, and our commitments to being a sustainable business, have been embedded in our corporate Vision, Mission, Policies and Values.

Our Services

We provide a broad range of expertise and serve multiple sectors ranging from the water sector where we have recently secured a £700M order book, to complex civil engineering projects and large frameworks.

Furthermore, we are a leading provider of multi utility services, rail services, energy and more recently renewables, where we are leading two ground-breaking district heating projects that are shaping the way we recycle and distribute energy.

Our Company

Clancy is one of the largest privately owned construction firms in the UK. With over sixty years’ experience and a workforce of over 2500, we have worked hard to develop a reputation as a well run business that you can trust to deliver value for money, essential services that help keep the UK running.

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Health, safety and wellbeing

What special considerations apply where the employee is pregnant?

Clancy has additional duties to protect the health and safety of new and expectant mothers in the workplace. In summary, the law requires employers:

  • To assess the workplace risks posed to new or expectant mothers or their babies.
  • To alter the employee’s working conditions or hours of work to avoid any significant risk
  • Where it is not reasonable to alter working conditions or hours, or would not avoid the risk, to offer suitable alternative work on terms that are not “substantially less favourable”.
  • Where suitable alternative work is not available, or the employee reasonably refuses it, to suspend the employee on full pay.

 

Can Clancy require employees to stay indoors at lunchtime and wear a mask in the office?

Clancy has an ongoing health and safety duty to employees, and there are measures that we have taken to minimise risk. However, government guidance on limiting the spread of COVID-19 in the workplace seems to be limited at present to advice on frequent handwashing to staff and customers (and to cleaning and disinfecting objects and surfaces). The WHO guidance: Getting your workplace ready for COVID-19 suggests providing face masks but does not go so far as to suggest requiring that they be worn.

 

How should a line manager deal with an employee who has severe anxiety and is afraid to attend work?

Line Managers should be sympathetic to any concerns staff may have and try to resolve them to protect the health and safety of the employee. For example, if possible, we could offer flexible working, or allow the employee to take holiday or unpaid leave. An employee with severe anxiety may find their condition is exacerbated by travelling or being in public places due to the increased risk of contracting COVID-19. If their anxiety prevents them from attending work in these circumstances, it is possible that they may be regarded as on sick leave and therefore entitled to SSP or contractual sick pay. HR advice should be sought to determine whether adjustments, if any, should be made to assist the employee in continuing to work, such as home working or flexible hours. Please ensure your employees are aware of the Employee Assistance Helpline. 01455 254287.

 

Can I tell my staff that a colleague may have potentially contracted COVID-19?

Yes. You should keep staff informed about cases in your organisation. Remember, you probably don’t need to name individuals and you shouldn’t provide more information than necessary. You have an obligation to ensure the health and safety of your employees, as well as a duty of care. Data protection doesn’t prevent you doing this. Employees must be notified of the infection risk as soon as possible. However, the identity of the individual should not be disclosed. We should simply advise that an employee who has been in the workplace has been infected and that appropriate precautions should be taken.