At Kingdom Maintenance we are committed to giving back and supporting the local community through our Community Work.
Kingdom Maintenance sponsors Kennoway under 10’s football team, Oakley Junior football team and, Glenrothes cycling club, Lochgelly Albert FC as well as committing to local projects. We were delighted to assist the Family Cottage Centre in the run up to Christmas collecting and delivering presents and food parcels to local families.
We invest in the future through our apprenticeship scheme, this brings young local people into the working environment and is geared towards them achieving permanent positions with us through time. Additionally we also employ semi-skilled and unskilled staff giving them a start on the employment ladder.
Kingdom Maintenance guarantees all works against faulty or defective workmanship.
We pride ourselves on less than 1% return to site on any works completed for defective workmanship. We constantly liaise with suppliers and manufacturers to guarantee any faulty parts/products are rectified or replaced as a matter of process.
Recognising that environmental sustainability is a global concern, and that natural resources are limited, our working philosophy is to:
establish and develop a knowledge of environmental sustainability in the everyday decision-making and behaviour of all of our employees.
use timber and timber products that are sourced and produced from sustainable materials.
maintain a working practice that reduces waste and conserves energy.
As an example of this positive approach, we were accredited with ISO 14001 Environmental Management Certification in June 2014.
Health and Safety
Kingdom Maintenance employs all works to comply with the regulations of Health and Safety Act 1974. Any subcontractors Kingdom Maintenance appoint are also required as a minimum to work within the same parameters of the Act.
General Risk Assessments and Method Statements carried out by Kingdom Maintenance are adhered to. However site specific Risk Assessment and Methods Statements will be supplied before the work commences.
All employees are provided with suitable protection, the required health and safety equipment. All tradesman have the industry related and relevant certification to carry out works required.
In light of recent events, we have provided a COVID-19 update. For more information, visit here.
Where timber waste is produced, KM recycles wherever possible. Waste residue is reclaimed for use in the factory heating system, and when this is not possible, waste timber and other construction wastes are transported to a waste disposal company who separates out the recyclable material for reuse by others and forwards the unusable waste to a landfill site.
Alternatively, we dispose of timber waste through a recognised waste disposal specialist who either recycles or disposes of it in an eco-friendly way. Where construction waste is produced, we dispose of the waste through a recognised waste disposal specialist, who either recycles or disposes of it in an eco-friendly way. KM has a Scottish Environment Protection Agency (SEPA) licence.
We consistently encourage our employees to continually develop their skill base, this we achieve though ongoing training and staff development courses where required. All employees are CSCS registered and hold Asbestos Awareness certificates. Two employees have recently undergone BPEC Course for the insulation and servicing of insulation systems.
Also in March of this year, two employees gained their NEBOSH Construction Certificate. We have also trained employees in IPAF, ICB Single Ply Roofing and PASMA.