J.Mac Scaffolding

Corporate Responsibility

JMAC Corporate Responsibility
JMAC Corporate Responsibility

Local Community Involvement

With over 40 years’ operating in the local community, we have well established partnerships with a range of key suppliers in the area.

The business strives to be an active part of the communities in which operate and actively promote employee involvement in giving back to those communities, by supporting:

• Charitable fundraising
• Veterans back into work
• Apprentices and creating scaffolding
career pathways
• Returning citizens

Our sister company JMAC Safety Systems manufactures a range of scaffolding safety products from UK manufacturing facilities.

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Apprentices & Training

JMAC Scaffolding identifies that apprentices are the future of the Scaffolding Industry, throughout the Middlesbrough and Stockton on Tees areas, with JMAC having years of training and creating careers for long term unemployed young men between the age of 18-24. Including some Ex-Offenders who we have rehabilitated back into the local community. We also actively work on resettlement schemes for Ex Armed Forces, where individuals start their journey with no formal qualifications or experience in the construction or scaffolding industry and following the JMAC training program they emerge as fully qualified Scaffolders or take roles as drivers within the business.

JMAC Scaffolding is passionate about training and offering these individuals the skills and experience to undergo a successful carrier within the scaffolding industry.

Giving back & Charity Work

We promote employee involvement in charitable fundraising and give back to those in need in a number of ways:

Our charity for the Year for 2022 is The Teesside Family foundation. The foundation is a registered charity run by voluntary Teesside trustees who help, support and provide assistance to Teesside families and individuals who simply do not have the means, are underprivileged or have fallen on hard times due
to ill health.

Money raised provides short breaks in the mobile home at Primrose Valley for families who simply would not get a break.

JMAC MD Luis McCarthy successfully completed a self-funded gruelling mountain odyssey, raising £15,000 for local charity, the Teesside Family Foundation.

Luis took part in The Big Mountain Challenge, reaching the summits of Mera Peak (21,247 ft) and Island Peak (20,210 ft), both of  which stand opposite the majestic Mount Everest.

With temperatures plunging to minus 40 degrees, and suffering from acute altitude sickness and blinding headaches, brave Luis had to push himself out of his comfort zone to complete his mammoth challenge.