We Are Officially SafeContractor Approved

We are thrilled to announce that our design and build company has achieved the prestigious SafeContractor accreditation!

This certification is a testament to our dedication and commitment to health and safety, ensuring that we meet the highest standards in our industry.

What is SafeContractor?

SafeContractor is a leading third-party accreditation scheme that acknowledges high standards in health and safety management for contractors. Earning this status demonstrates our commitment to creating a safe workplace and protecting our employees, clients and partners.

Why This Matters:

  • Enhanced Safety: The SafeContractor approval assures that we adhere to strict safety protocols, reducing risks on all our projects.
  • Client Confidence: Clients can have peace of mind knowing they are working with a design and build company that prioritises safety and compliance.
  • Industry Recognition: This accreditation sets us apart in the industry, highlighting our professionalism and reliability.

Our Commitment to Excellence

At Oaktree Interiors, we have always strived for excellence in every project we undertake. The SafeContractor accreditation aligns with our mission to deliver top-quality design and build services while ensuring the utmost safety. Our team has worked diligently to meet the high standards set by the SafeContractor scheme, and we are incredibly proud of this achievement. We always remain committed to continuous improvement, regularly updating our safety procedures and training programs to stay ahead in the industry.

We would like to thank our dedicated team for their hard work and our clients for their continued trust and support. Together, we will build a safer and more innovative future.

Get in Touch

For more information about our services and how our SafeContractor accreditation benefits your projects, please feel free to contact us. We look forward to working with you on your next design and build project!

Thank you for being part of our journey!

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