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What is Work Radar?

Work Radar is redefining the way people get work in construction. The free-to-join scheme is open to Skilled Tradespeople, Micro Businesses and Social Enterprises to register their interest in local projects and showcase their availability for work.

Work Radar has been designed to help large commercial construction projects open up their supply chains to include local tradespeople and smaller businesses who are often unable to gain access to work on these large sites.

Registered Tradespeople, Micro Businesses and Social Enterprises now have the ability to introduce themselves to main contractors and subcontractors working on local projects.

Who's the scheme for?

Tradespeople

A skilled tradesperson who is looking for work

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Micro Business

A small business with less than 10 employees

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Social Enterprise

A non-for-profit organisation supporting the community

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Sub Contractors & Consultants

Support for free as a member

Subcontractors and supply chain partners looking for skilled people

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Partners

Join as a paid partner

Clients and Main Contractors committed to opening up their supply chain

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How does it work?

1

Partners post details of project and contract awards to Work Radar

2

You receive alerts with relevant local work opportunities

3

You express an interest in the opportunity

Morgan Sindall Construction believes in increasing the diversity of our supply chain and see Work Radar as a refreshing and engaging way of helping tradespeople gain work on projects local to them.

We are delighted to be a founding member of Work Radar, helping individual Tradespeople, Micro Businesses and Social Enterprises gain local work in our sector.

Gavin Jamieson, Head of Supply Chain, Morgan Sindall

Morgan Sindall
Department for Work & Pensions

… We are delighted that Morgan Sindall and Local Supply Chain have come together to provide an agile and effective route to connecting people and under-represented companies to work opportunity in construction.

This intervention supports our Talent Retention Scheme and will help to get those individuals and companies who have been hardest hit by recent events back into the workplace…

DWP

We believe that micro-businesses should be given the tools and support to access opportunities, be competitive and win work.

SMAS Worksafe a leading SSIP scheme, is proud to be a member of Work Radar and believe that this type of intervention is crucial to support UK businesses through these ongoing challenging times

Danny Marinou, MD, SMAS Worksafe

SMAS

Read more about the benefits of Work Radar

Changing the game

A new way for people in construction to find and secure work.

Changing the game
Breaking down barriers

Breaking down barriers

Enabling Tradespeople, Micro Businesses and Social Enterprises to work on large public and private sector projects.

Boosting the economy

Increasing local employment, boosting communities nationwide.

Boosting the economy
Equality in construction

Equality in construction

Opening up the construction sector, creating a fair and level playing field for skilled Tradespeople, Micro businesses and Social Enterprises.

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